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1 month 1 week ago #122834 by RonS
RonS replied the topic: Heelo (private) 50M shares out www.heelocoupons.com
Good to hear, big day for Heelo today, should make for news in a week or so. Should als have news out tonite or tomorrow and 1 or 2 announcements every week

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1 month 1 week ago #122828 by PerseusLtd
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Got my cerficitas today ( take a little in Germany :) ), thank you RonS

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1 month 2 weeks ago #122796 by flynn
flynn replied the topic: Heelo (private) 50M shares out www.heelocoupons.com
awesome. Got my Certificates on Friday.

…..Nasdaq 2020...… Cant wait

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1 month 2 weeks ago #122787 by alexgreat
alexgreat replied the topic: Heelo (private) 50M shares out www.heelocoupons.com
Great market info Ron, Uber IPOs today, $82 billion for a taxi app

From Seeking Alpha

There's only one event today that competes for attention in markets with trade concerns - this year's biggest IPO. Uber has priced its initial public offering at $45/share - the low end of its targeted range - for a valuation of $82.4B, hoping its conservative approach will spare it from the trading plunge suffered by rival Lyft (NASDAQ:LYFT) since its IPO. The company, which will list on the NYSE under ticker "UBER," has yet to record an operating profit, but hopes its four main branches - ride-hailing, deliveries, B2B (leasing, freight, health) and future (robo and flying taxis) - will pay off in the longer term. Will investors think the same?

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1 month 2 weeks ago #122779 by RonS
RonS replied the topic: Heelo (private) 50M shares out www.heelocoupons.com
Thanks GB, there is so much going in Heelo's direction and favour it is amazing, here are a few more.


Wednesday 08-05-2019 01:02
Four major phone carriers could be facing multiple class-action lawsuits
Alyssa Clementi

Verizon Sprint AT&T TMobile


Customers of AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint are threatening to file 4 separate class-action lawsuits against the service providers, claiming the companies illegally collected real-time location data and sold it to third parties. The lawsuits would be filed on behalf of the customers by the Maryland Z Law Firm, who took the complaints to the US District Court for the District of Maryland.

“This action arises out of Defendant's collection of geolocation data and the unauthorized dissemination to third-parties of the geolocation data collected from its users' cell phones,” introed one of the proposed lawsuits. “AT&T admittedly sells customer geolocation data to third-parties, including but not limited to data aggregators, who in turn, are able to use or resell the geolocation data with little or no oversight by AT&T. This is an action seeking damages for AT&T gross failure to safeguard highly personal and private consumer geolocation data in violation of federal law.”

mobilemarketingmagazine.com/four-major-p...ass-action-lawsuits-

Heelo does not track you or your phone and for below has no data base that could leak

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A security lapse at Canada’s fourth largest cell network, Freedom Mobile, exposed customer data.

Security researchers Noam Rotem and Ran Locar found an Elasticsearch server leaking five million logs containing customer data. The server wasn’t protected with a password, allowing anyone to access the data.

Rotem and Locar, who shared their findings exclusively with TechCrunch and published a report at vpnMentor, said it took the cell giant a week to secure the leaking database after first reaching out.

techcrunch.com/2019/05/07/freedom-mobile-data-leak/

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Using a cellphone while browsing in-store may be linked to an increase in unplanned purchases, a new study has found.

Shoppers who used mobile phones in stores, for purposes unrelated to shopping including phone calls, texting, social media, checking emails and listening to music, were more likely to make impromptu purchases and forget items they had planned to buy, according to a study published in the Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science.

www.ctvnews.ca/mobile/sci-tech/using-a-p...more-study-1.4409427

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For all of the talk about online shopping, physical stores still play a major role in most Americans' path to purchase, according to a new survey by Retail Me Not Inc., conducted by Kelton Global. However, retailers need to have a strong mobile strategy to draw customers into stores.

The survey found:

69 percent of in-store shoppers would rather consult a product review on their phone than ask a store associate.
53 percent would rather use a mobile device to find deals and offers on products they're considering purchasing than discuss promotions with an in-store associate.

progressivegrocer.com/consumers-use-mobi...ase-decisions-survey

www.bizjournals.com/bizwomen/news/latest...ersonal-shopper.html

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1 month 2 weeks ago #122776 by GoldnBoy
GoldnBoy replied the topic: Heelo (private) 50M shares out www.heelocoupons.com
Great article on how to engage Millennials, here are some highlights

www.forbes.com/sites/jefffromm/2019/04/2...gement/#4d8c1e1a31a1

To start, it’s important to credit many brands for moving well beyond the old model of spray-and-pray marketing; multi-channel communication and personalized messages enable the right message and the right time to the right person. Many have moved beyond email to incorporate social media, loyalty and engagement programs, charitable partnerships and more. They’ve also focused on ease of use—whether seamless purchasing through Apple Pay or delightful one-click reorder experiences through restaurant apps.

Where we see those efforts fall short is in the follow through. Despite using digital channels, most businesses still don’t know how to properly segment their customers—and generic marketing no longer works in an era of inundation and spam filters. As a result, we’ve learned that nine out of 10 restaurant campaigns fail to deliver any incremental revenue

Millennials are digital natives that want and expect their experiences to feel personalized and customized. They want brands to speak directly to them and make their messages relevant to their interests. And they want to not be hassled along the way. Broad messages sent to big lists won’t work to convert Millennials,

Building customer profiles, brick-and-mortar is way behind; most don’t even have databased or sophisticated loyalty models. This is a requirement in a millennial-focused world.

Finally, Millennials can’t be hassled. Most brands, asking customers to jump through hoops is a recipe for failure—QR codes, loyalty cards to carry around, etc. all have to go.

email is no longer the most effective means of outreach. Email open rates have plummeted over the last five years and while it’s still important to include email in the marketing mix, millennial consumers are much more interested in mobile apps and even SMS messaging, provided they are properly customized and providing real value to them

Seems like Heelo is right on the button

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1 month 3 weeks ago #122754 by RonS
RonS replied the topic: Heelo (private) 50M shares out www.heelocoupons.com
Alex pretty much right on

Dreamer, you have to be in range of a beacon to get the ad.

It will then stay on the phone/app until it expires or you delete it.

You could end up with many deals on the app with a day or more of shopping and that is when you could use search, if you kept quite a few on the app.

You can also block stores so you don't get their ads, and that can help manage them as well. We have a new feature coming where you don't have to be in range of a beacon to get an ad/deal.

More on that down the road

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1 month 3 weeks ago #122753 by alexgreat
alexgreat replied the topic: Heelo (private) 50M shares out www.heelocoupons.com
I think you have to be in range of a beacon to see an ad. But it stays on the phone/app until it expires. So the search would probably work than.

Not positive, but think that is how it goes

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1 month 3 weeks ago #122751 by Dreamer
Dreamer replied the topic: Heelo (private) 50M shares out www.heelocoupons.com
Couldn't agree with you more GoldnBoy on Heelo's opportunity.

Wondering if someone can help me understand the app better. When I go to the search/magnifying glass on the app and type in Bone Structure the app shuts down. This seems to be an issue. Does anyone else have this happen?

Or is it only possible to see a Heelo signed up Company on the app if you walk by a Company with a Heelo Beacon?
Sorry to be a novice on this aspect.
Thanks.

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1 month 3 weeks ago - 1 month 3 weeks ago #122749 by GoldnBoy
GoldnBoy replied the topic: Heelo (private) 50M shares out www.heelocoupons.com
Sorry meant to paste in more so it made sense and the link is below


Older consumers were less likely to buy via smartphone, but when they did, it was more likely to be from home (7.0 percent). Consumers ages 25-34 were much more likely to use mCommerce in-store (38.6 percent) and at work (37.7 percent).

While smartphones can act as a payment method, they are also a shopping aid. One in five (21.1 percent) said they discovered their most recent purchase while browsing on a smartphone. Proving that brick and mortar isn’t dead, one-third (32.2 percent) reported visiting a store to discover their latest buy. The most common method for discovery, though, wasn’t so much a method, as 41.7 percent of consumers already knew what they wanted before making a mobile purchase. Traditional advertising like TV (3.1 percent) and print media (3.5 percent) had the lowest influence on mobile purchases.

www.pymnts.com/news/mobile-commerce/2019...s-consumer-behavior/
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1 month 3 weeks ago #122748 by GoldnBoy
GoldnBoy replied the topic: Heelo (private) 50M shares out www.heelocoupons.com
Great to hear, I am convinced that Heelo will be a multi $billion winner. Here is a another news study that supports the company direction. Wow!! Heelo is in the sweet spot.

Consumer dependence on smartphones is often derided as a distraction, but they have also become a vital mobile shopping and buying tool – whether in-store or from a living room sofa.

mCommerce isn’t one-dimensional. Consumers shop everywhere at anytime, and no two mobile users have the same behavior.

However, according to the Remote Payments Study conducted by PYMNTS in September 2018, behavior habits are shared by consumers based on income, age and gender.

More women (54.3 percent) than men (45.9 percent) use smartphones to make purchases. More women also purchase using smartphones while at home, at work or out with friends.

Higher-income consumers shopped more on smartphones than lower-income consumers. Specifically, those earning between $100,000 and $150,000 per year had a higher propensity to use mCommerce while at home, at work, in-store and while traveling locally, and those earning more than $150,000 had the highest mCommerce usage while in a car.

Shopping while driving has become a full-fledged digital commerce phenomenon. In-car shoppers spent $230 billion last year on items like food, coffee and groceries, mostly for immediate consumption, and this figure is set to increase in 2019.

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1 month 3 weeks ago - 1 month 3 weeks ago #122743 by RonS
RonS replied the topic: Heelo (private) 50M shares out www.heelocoupons.com
Very good feedback from the Bone Structure open house this past weekend in Burlington.

It was very busy and lots of downloads of the App.

Bone Structure did all the preparation and setup of Heelo and was very pleased with how it went over and how effective Heelo performed.

They indicated to Roy that they had a lot of pressure and interest to get Heelo up and running for this event and their metrics indicate there is already 7 figure numbers following the company. Must be Heelo's social media campaign??

We were very surprised to hear this.
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