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FunMobility Boosts GeoPromotion Capabilities & Opens Mobile Promotion Platform with Offer of Free 30-Day Trial

New 4.0 Features Enable Full Multi-Channel & Remarketing Strategies

PLEASANTON, Calif., March 11, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- FunMobility, the leader in mobile web promotion software, has just released its new 4.0 suite of mobile marketing tools, including enhanced GeoPromotions and Loyalty features, which are now available online to businesses worldwide. To celebrate the launch, FunMobility is offering qualified businesses a free 30-day trial to create their own mobile marketing promotions using its online library of mobile web promotional templates, best practice tutorials, and insightful analytic reports.

FunMobility's robust app-free solutions offer national chains, eCommerce sites and independent retailers high-impact promotions that personally connect with their customers through their smartphones to create lasting relationships that build brand loyalty and drive repeat business.  FunMobility 4.0 plugs into existing multi-channel marketing campaigns and platforms including email, SMS, print, digital, broadcast and social media promotions, adding interactive mobile content and fueling list growth.

Some of FunMobility 4.0's new features include:

New GeoPromotion Features
Powerful new GeoPromotion tools let consumers easily find store locations and can remind them when they are near a store with a deal.

New Mobile Loyalty Features
Marketers can easily add engaging mobile web promotions to their existing loyalty programs and use Passbook to create mobile versions of existing loyalty cards.  

Available Globally
Businesses worldwide can now create agency-grade mobile web promotions 24/7 and utilize FunMobility's free Fun U training videos and customer support help center.  

Brandable Mobile Mini Games
FunMobility 4.0 includes fun new mobile web mini games including scratchers, spinners and matchers that can be branded and customized online in a matter of minutes.

Partnering with national brands including Orchard Supply®, Marketo®, Disney®, Ace Hardware® and Chiquita Brands®, FunMobility's clients have reported results that have far outperformed app-based average redemption rates. Beginning March 6, qualified retailers can see how easy it is to use the new 4.0 suite to create their own branded mobile marketing programs. To apply for a free trial, businesses can visit http://lp.funmobility.com/free-trial/.

More information is available at www.funmobility.com and blog.funmobility.com

About FunMobility
FunMobility provides highly effective mobility marketing software to global enterprise clients, brick & mortar retailers, eCommerce and advertising agencies.  Established in 1999, FunMobility is privately held and headquartered in Pleasanton, California.  For Sales inquiries please call toll-free (855) 849-4900 or email [email protected].

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