Sunday, November 3, 2013
In today’s Las Vegas nightlife industry there’s a new company that’s challenging some of the more traditional methods of marketing and advertising. iPromoteSapphire.com has a unique new mobile application that promises to deliver quantifiable results that are outstanding to say the least.
Members of the free productivity driven website are given access to a growing set of tools that add efficiency, professionalism and service to their business just moments after setup. Examples of these tools include real-time notifications and reservation updates, accounting, team-building tools and a messaging platform that promises to give its users a crystal ball into their operations.
Sapphire Las Vegas is one of the most popular nightclubs in Las Vegas with over 75,000 sq ft of entertainment 7 days a week. A portion of Sapphire’s thousands of weekly guests are driven by independent hosts that are compensated based on the volume of guests they’re able to drive to the venue. These hosts how have access to a brand new software that can instantly drive up the number of customers these hosts deliver with a fraction of the effort.
For more information please visit iPromoteSapphire.com.
Friday, November 1, 2013
iPromoteSapphire.com has quickly taken the promotion industry in Las Vegas by storm, attracting the attention of promoters and venue owners by producing thousands of guests at Sapphire Las Vegas in record time.
Today iPromoteSapphire has announced a new key feature that is sure to increase the turnout for any promoter using the system.
When using iPromoteSapphire to create a new reservation, the guest will receive an instant text message that includes the reservation details, as well as the Sapphire Las Vegas hotline in case changes need to be made. This small upgrade has the potential to decrease the number of spontaneous reservations that don't end up resulting in guest attendance.
The problem that was identified by the iPromoteSapphire team, was that guests that are put on the VIP list for attendance typically get a phone call from a number they do not recognize often hours after they've made a reservation. Because they don't answer the call, they miss the opportunity to attend and the venue misses the prospective customer.
The iPromoteSapphire team hopes that using this system, and decreasing the "No Show" reservations will help to create an environment in which the number of reservations in a given night is a more accurate representation of the number of guests that will actually attend the venue.
For more information, or to become an affiliate of Sapphire Las Vegas please visit www.iPromoteSapphire.com
Thursday, October 31, 2013
Have you ever wondered how effective one promoter is compared to another? Have you ever wished you could determine what geographic area, or time of day is most effective for advertising? How about trying to accurately quantify the number of guests a particular person is responsible for in a given time period? These are just a few of the basic problems that iPromoteSapphire has solved. If you expect such a solution to be difficult to implement, expensive and cumbersome, you are in for a pleasant surprise.
Not only does iPromoteSapphire offer simple solutions to the above mentioned problems, from real time reporting to promoters and the businesses they promote - to dynamic QR code integration used to track printed promotional materials and text messages back to the event or promoter that distributed them. iPromoteSapphire.com takes it a few big steps further.
The team behind iPromoteSapphire, Daniel Graham, Brett Talla & Troy Arnold (VegasGoodBuys) has an interesting perspective on a new shift in the way businesses are and should be advertising. Traditional business models include B to B (business to business) and B to C (business to customer). They believe that because of the "network effect", a new business model is emerging C to C (customer to customer). iPromoteSapphire encourages users to build and manage teams, turning one promoter into an average of 3. Now, promoters aren't only given the tools to advertise the business, they can advertise the business opportunity. This has resulted in promoters training, and recruiting other promoters. Because promoters are given the opportunity to work with their friends and acquaintances, they are spending more time working, and showing far greater productivity.
As per the advice of Mark Zuckerburg, CEO of Facebook, the team at iPromoteSapphire.com has pursued a mobile first strategy, noting that promoters by definition are always "on the go" and need the ability to work efficiently from anywhere and everywhere. Submitting reservations, communicating with others, contacting the venue with questions, sending invitations and more have all been made incredibly easy from any smart-phone or mobile device.
There are so many amazing features within the iPromoteSapphire system that my laptop is running low on battery. Give it a try, it's free, easy, and addicting to be honest. Find out more at iPromoteSapphire.com