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A Personal Review OnThe Genusity Beacons

Published on 5/14/2018
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As most of you know, CodeBlue For Business, has become a distributor for the Genusity line of products. The products, various sized beacons that transmits your messages for your business to any enabled bluetooth android smartphone within your radius.

As an affordable and an alternative to expensive traditional marketing,

Genusity is the first to offer proximity marketing advertising that is app free.  No upfront fees, no deposits, no credit check on your selected beacons and no contracts. All come with an 100% money back guarantee and a lifetime warranty

Genusity is not only revolutionizing the industry with price, but with a choice on the size of radius that you can to transmit to. For $10 a month, your radius is 150 feet. Up to $40 a month that gets you a 1600 foot radius, our largest. And, with plenty of variety in between.

Compare these figures to a football field of 360 feet and you can then sense how many people you could reach with this simple, inexpensive  tool.

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Myself, I currently have 11 beacons, with 4 of of them not transmitting yet. I Have been testing 7 of them in different ways to get a feel of what the customer may experience

  • Two of the 8 are leased out to an out of state MLM organization and I manage their messages for them.
  • One, a hearing aid business is transmitting for me and in return, gets free advertising half the day on the same beacon. Located just outside of Indianapolis, on the south side, in Greenwood, Indiana at a very busy intersection.

This is a main highway going north and south to Indianapolis. The road going east and west, is a major street used by those coming from the highway to the town of Greenwood itself and to an interstate. The street is lined with a lot of independent business owners

Also, this business is located inside a small strip center with a variety of stores and services of independent business owners and a gas station.

  • On two of the beacons, I have individuals that are transmitting for me. I told them to just stick in their glove box and forget about them. One is located in central Indianapolis. The other, on the northside of Indianapolis.

These 2 people receive a percentage from me of anything sold from their transmitting … of which I can track

  • On the 6th, I am transmitting from an eye care center in Crawfordsville, Indiana. A city of about 30,000 compared to the Indianapolis area of over a million.

The business is located at a very busy intersection and receives free advertising of the business for transmitting for me.

  • That leaves 1 of which is transmitting from my office and home. I live in a small town of 700 people. I am averaging about 100 hits a week from each … which surprises me.

The one thing I have discovered, is that because it is fairly new technology and most people are not familiar with it, on average, usually takes about a week for the clicks to kick in. There are some clicks … but not many. But on the second week the interest starts growing and each week there are more clicks.

I am also an online business and not a local and so I do not have the advantage of being a familiar business in the area. But I am happy with the results and expect growth. The more I transmit, the more familiar I will become.

The one exception on the first week of using the beacon on clicks … the hearing aid business, which is a local in that area and has served the community for over 25 years. They are currently using the click to call button and advertising free hearing tests. They experienced a couple of days of over 50 incoming calls and we may have to cut back on transmitting for them. There is only a staff of 3.

 

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What am I advertising for CodeBlue for Business? The Genusity line of beacons, my $14.95 App and Free QR Codes.

In conclusion:

After testing the units for 8 weeks now

  • I have experienced no problems on the performance of any of my units
  • I have found the management of the units to be quite easy and not time consuming. Even with all messages and pictures needing to be approved, most were done in less than 24 hours. (Once approved, you can post at anytime)

 

  • The design of landing pages user friendly and easy to build

 

  • The back office is also user friendly

 

  • On ordering the units themselves - fast, efficient with no mistakes and received in 3 days.

 

Results - although too soon for solid conversion rates and numbers, overall traffic has increased on all three of the sites I have been advertising. Most of the traffic appears to be serious because of time spent on the sites and from going page to page.

With the exception of leasing, No Sales yet. But I do expect sales within the next 30 days. Up till now, I have not concentrated on sales.

Before presenting the units to clients, I first wanted to test the performance of the company, the units themselves, ordering, shipping and delivery.

I wanted to experience the management of the units. How quick the approval process was. All avenues the client might experience.

Also to determine the amount of work and a fair price, in case I have a business that wants CodeBlue to manage for them

 

In closing,

For the price, the money back guarantee, the investment is to low to be considered a risk. I believe that these units will work for any business, offline and online, wanting to improve their sales and to put more on to their bottom line.

 

These are my personal results and should not be considered or compared to as overall performance for all.

 

Feel free to contact me for any questions

 

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