Key Insights Revealed Using Social Wi-Fi

| November 28, 2018

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To define creative ways in which social WiFi is a tool that garners invaluable information about the demographic and behavior data of your customers, it is pivotal to first explain the workings of a social WiFi platform.A Social WiFi Platform is a portal that creates access to your WiFi connection by allowing consumers and clients using smart phones, laptops, and tablets to connect to the internet. In doing so, the platform can measure customer behavior data while collecting valuable customer profile information.

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