Direct-to-Mobile Digital Billboards. No App Required.

Qwk.Tips is a next-generation proximity marketing solution for offline businesses that leverages breakthrough technology to create a “halo” of real-time, relevant and helpful promotional messages around your physical location to drive increased footfall and revenue.

How Does It Work?

It’s Simple.

We give you a tiny wireless device called a Beacon

You decide what promotional message you want to share

Your message is sent to every Android phone nearby

Powerful Features. Real Results.

No App Required

Works on every Android device with Bluetooth enabled (iOS coming soon).

Unlimited Clicks

No pay-per-click costs. Broadcast to as many people as there are nearby without limits or worrying about campaign budgets.

Natural & Intuitive Engagement

Every proximity campaign serves on the domain for maximum contextual relevance. Drive double-digit CTRs as high as 30% to 73%.*

Truly Wireless Hardware

Easy-to-mount devices with available IP65 casings for weather-resistant use indoors and out with up to 18 months of battery life.

Reach Everyone Near & Far

Maximum line-of-sight broadcast range of up to 150ft in all directions. That means a single device that’s optimally placed can canvas up to 70,000 sq ft!*

Business Insights

Real-time campaign and metrics dashboard with key performance data available 24/7, at-a-glance.

More Effective Than PPC*. Less Expensive Than Print Marketing.

*Qwk.Tips is currently in private beta running at select businesses in New York City. Our pilot clients have reported up to 6x more offers claimed with us than their comparable AdWords™ promotions.

*Based on client campaign results to date. Individual campaign performance will vary based on multiple factors, including but not limited to, nearby device demographics, broadcast call-to-action message(s) used, and offer(s) being made. Maximum broadcast range cited has been measured in an open, unobstructed area. Like any radio signal, your maximum achievable broadcast range will be impacted by your particular broadcast environment, which may include obstacles in your transmission path such as concrete walls, steel beams, external radio-frequency interference, etc.

Did you know 63% of people use Android phones?

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