Wi-Fi Marketing helps you create or grow a marketing program. Everyone expects Wi-Fi when they go out, most businesses simply provide the service and move on, but Wi-Fi Marketing uses your Wi-Fi to help you get to know your guests and interact with them more.
We strongly believe that our platform will bring value to your business, so DragNFly does not lock you into a long-term contract. We earn your business every month.
Most devices that view your splash page will be handheld devices, which have a screen size of roughly 320x480 pixels. Assuming that 1/4 to 1/3 of the screen will be taken up by the app or OS interface, we recommend designing imagery and messaging to fit into a 320x320 pixel area. Outside of that 320x320 area, you can set up background colors or imagery to fill in larger screen sizes.
Larger images take longer to load, so we recommend images under 150KB in size.
You can view several of our clients' splash pages by going to our portfolio, and clicking on "Click here to view some of our favorite splash pages."
In order for us to build a branded splash page we will require the following items from you. All images can be sent as high resolution jpg or png files.
You can also customize your page with the following
If you've got an idea that's not on this list, let us know and we'll make it happen.
The splash page is the first page that your guests will see after joining your Wi-Fi network. This page is where you can get to know your guests by asking for their contact, demographic, or survey information. When auto-connect is enabled (30-day connect period by default) your guests will only see this page once during the set period.
The post-connect page is displayed after your guests accept the terms (and give you any required information) on the splash page. By default, the page is only displayed while a session is being validated, however, we can set the page to remain open for a set time or until your guests click continue. This page is displayed every time a guest connects to Wi-Fi, and you can set multiple pages so your guests see different promotions at different times.
The redirect page can be any page on the web. Usually, this is a Facebook page or your website. This is the final page that a guest is redirected to; once they're here, they are free to browse the web.
Yes. We take security very seriously, so we segment traffic to keep guest devices secure from each other, and to keep the guest networks separate from any other devices on your network.
Yes, but we highly suggest putting them on a separate private network, which we can build for you at no extra cost. Employee devices, ordering and survey tablets, and any other devices that are used every day should be on a private network. This way they won't have to go through the splash page and your usage numbers won't be skewed by non-guest devices.
These are some of the most common problems and steps to fix them. If the steps below do not help, please call 1.877.438.3359 ext 1. When calling, please note your location name and any details of your problem (where in your location your issue occurred, how long it has occurred, if it happens to several devices or just one, etc.).
When you remove power from your router, it will need several minutes to reboot before your Wi-Fi works again. You could cause a downtime of up to 20 minutes if the proper procedure is not followed.
Moreover, there could be an underlying issue that a DragNFly support agent could find in the logs, but when your router is rebooted, the logs are cleared, making it much harder to diagnose the issue.
If you are experiencing Wi-Fi issues, please follow the steps in our First Troubleshooting Steps guide or call 1.877.438.3359 ext 1 for support.