If you're reading this, the odds are good that you've probably watched a video online before. Most of these videos are filmed with standard cameras that capture everything in the direction in which they're pointed. Once they're uploaded to a streaming website like YouTube, the steps for watching them are usually pretty simple: click the play button, sit back, and enjoy.
A relative newcomer to the location marketing space, Waze Local offers users, in particular small businesses and local retailers, the opportunity to advertise to people based on current location as well as destination. After being bought by Google in 2013, Waze has a growing user base, making the app a highly effective channel for businesses to reach drivers on the go near their location.
Viewed by many as the the location based application with the most potential, Foursquare has over 55 million monthly active users worldwide and received 12 billion check ins in its first 9 years. Foursquare encourages users to check-in at locations in return for virtual badges and points. It works across various mobile devices, and businesses can offer their own rewards to customers that check into their location.