Increasing Online Conversion Rates with Personalization

We hear a lot from marketers about how activities like personalization, retargeting, and geotargeting constantly increase online conversion rates, but until you know effective ways to use these [...]

Introducing Our Client Success Process

Select three pages on your existing website, determine the three targets that you’ll be changing content for, and finally, personalize three pieces of content per [...]

What is IP Targeting Software?

Exploring the ins and outs of IP targeting. In this post we cover both the "why bother?" and "how-to" of IP targeting.

Geotargeting 101 for College Admissions

Why Geotargeting?  According to Noel Levitz (consulting firm for higher education enrollment managers) university marketing and admission’s offices spend $2,500 dollars to recruit one enrolled [...]

Quickly Implement GeoFli Using Google Tag Manager

Quickly implement GeoFli using Google Tag Manager.

Easily Geofence Your Website: Change Content Based on Location

Geotargeting doesn't have to be hard. In this blog we cover certain aspects of building a geotargeting strategy and show you how to use GeoFli's custom draw tool.

25 Ways GeoFli Customers Use GeoFli

At GeoFli we believe personalized website content is the future of marketing. We’ve built a platform that’s easy to use, but sometimes coming up with elegant, relevant and personalized [...]

Your Data is Trying to Tell You Something… About Geotargeting

Data can make your geotargeting more powerful. By developing smart assumptions about your target consumers and making geofencing decisions based on them, you can ensure you develop a more [...]

What Is Geofencing?

In our words, it's knowing where a prospect or customer is and delivering the most important, useful content to them while they're there. Wherever that is.

To Scroll or Not To Scroll: Trackable Website Design Optimization + GeoFli

By offering different content to users from California, than to users from New York, we can overcome some serious hurdles when it comes to website design, and the limited space "above the fold".

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