Store Locator Widget – Promote Your Nearest Locations

Bullseye LocationsDeveloper Resources, Location Based Marketing, Mobile Store Locator, Store Locator

Update February 18, 2016: You can now create a store locator widget interface in the Admin. Just login to get started! Store locators are often the most visited page on a company’s website, but not always the easiest to find. Now you can integrate a Bullseye Store Locator Widget at the bottom of your website or webpage to make it even easier for your customers to quickly find the store location nearest to them. Check out the live demo on the … Read More

Lead Manager features for Bullseye’s Dealer Locator Software

Joshua Rich, President & CEODealer Locator Software, Lead Manager

In the last few months we’ve seen a lot of interest in Bullseye’s lead management features.  Lead manager features are a great way to utilize your dealer locator software as a tool for generating interest and turning anonymous users into actionable leads.  Our dealer or store locator comes with an easy-to-enable lead capture form built right into the dealer result listing.  You can also create a custom form and use Wufoo, Formstack or any cloud-based form building tool to route … Read More

Bullseye Now Supports Zapier Integration!

Joshua Rich, President & CEOLead Manager

Late last month, we completed a very exciting project which dramatically extends Bullseye Location’s lead management and sales automation capabilities.  We built our first zap! Zapier is a hosted cloud service that let’s you easily connect web apps together with little or no programming. Using Zapier’s developer platform, we integrated “Add Lead” capability via the Bullseye API.  Zaps created using the Bullseye “Add Lead” method can now capture data from a web form and use the Zapier integration to pass it … Read More

Install a Shopify Store Locator Using Bullseye

Joshua Rich, President & CEOShopify Store Locator

Earlier this year, we released our new store locator software for Shopify.  This new integration allows you to easily add a Bullseye store locator or store finder to your Shopify site either from an existing account or by creating a new account.  We are big believers in the emerging online CMS space and Shopify is the perfect platform for businesses looking to implement complex eCommerce in a cloud environment without the hassles of hosting and hardware to manage. For information … Read More

4 Ways to Use Location-Based Marketing in Your Next Promotion

Electric VineDealer Locator Software, Location Based Marketing

Everyone is talking about location-based marketing and location-based advertising.  By definition, location-based advertising is a type of advertising that integrates mobile advertising with location-based services.  Location-based advertising allows marketers to locate consumers through GPS and deliver marketing messages to their mobile devices.  The best location-based advertising will also use the consumers location to make the ad more relevant by providing content that is location aware such as offers nearby, events, etc.

How to Add Our Shopify Store Locator Widget to your Shopify Site

Electric VineDealer Locator Software, Shopify Store Locator, Store Locator

If you’re reading this, you likely have a Shopify Store and are interested in what Bullseye Locations can do to increase business and drive customers to your stores. Bullseye is a very powerful location service with an API that allows you to extend its core to create custom integrations. The Shopify Store Locator widget is a simple module built using the Bullseye API that serves the important purpose of allowing users to find your locations closest to them quickly and … Read More

7 Cool Store Locator Software Updates You May Have Missed

Electric VineDealer Locator Software, Store Locator

Over the past several months, we’ve launched a number of large Bullseye improvements including support for UK and Australia, our new responsive design and a migration to new servers. Along the way however, we’ve also been making smaller updates that are not really large enough for a dedicated announcement, but that we wanted you to know about. Some of these are backend changes to improve performance or make things easier from a user perspective.  Others are features that you’ve requested … Read More