Enhanced Event Locator Services

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It’s here… the most powerful store locator on the web is now even better with integrated event marketing! Bullseye has been busy working on improvements to our Event Locator Services and we are excited to introduce the next phase of our events platform. Now you can use your store locator for event marketing. Here’s what you can look for with these system updates. Integrated Event Locator Not only can you display events within the store locator search results, you can now … Read More

10 Examples of Craft Beverage Locators To Inspire You

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Every so often we start to notice a trend in startup companies trying out Bullseye Store Locator Software for their websites. And right now that trend is with the craft beverage industry. So if you’re looking for some inspiration for your microbrewery or distillery website, then you’ve come to the right place. We’ve rounded up 10 examples of craft beer, wine and spirit companies using Bullseye Store Locator. Craft Beverage Website Examples Deep Eddy Deep Eddy Vodka is handcrafted in … Read More

The Power of the Brand Locator

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If you are a company that sells multiple brands or has dedicated sites for particular products, marketing can become complicated.  There is more to sell, more to market and more to track.  One thing that companies don’t want to do is make the buying process complicated for the customer.  When a product goes on the shelf, ideally the consumer is able to find the product easily, without distraction.  The branding, packaging and shelf placement should all encourage the sale. At … Read More

Using the Bullseye Web Interface for your Facebook Store Locator

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For companies who want to take advantage of the additional features that come with our web interface, an IFrame integration with a Facebook page is easy.  Some of these additional features that are not available on the Facebook interface include: Styling Options Lead Capture Landing Pages Events Here’s an example of what the web interface looks like on a Facebook page: If you’d like to get instructions on setting up our web interface on your Facebook page, check out our … Read More

Configure Bullseye Store Locator to Work on Facebook Mobile

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There are numerous posts and articles written about the challenges app developers have had getting Facebook apps like Bullseye Locations to run on Facebook for mobile. This is a serious problem and the impact will only increase with the growing number of mobile users. In this post, we offer 2 methods for working around this limitation. There are really 2 problems. The first is that Facebook app developers typically develop apps that live inside a Facebook page only. This is … Read More

Introducing Premium Facebook Store Locator!

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Great New Features available for your Facebook Store Locator! Based on feedback from hundreds of companies using our Facebook store locator, we have just released a premium version of Bullseye for Facebook. The new premium edition includes great new features such as: Display images for locations (square image currently supported) Show contact name and position Include store hours in search results Include custom fields for additional data Show a custom map icon Display location’s email address

How to Include a Graphic Image on your Bullseye Store Locator on Facebook

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Bullseye Store Locator for Facebook now allows companies to include a clickable graphic image on the Store Locator search page.  Use this feature to reinforce your brand as customers look for local stores on your Facebook page.  Following are some easy instructions for uploading the image: NOTE: Before you upload the image, make sure your image is no taller than 500 pixels.  A width of about 520 pixels works well.  The image should be no larger than 5 megs. Go … Read More