Taradel Launches Mapfire, New Multichannel Marketing App For Small Businesses

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Taradel today announced the launch of Mapfire, the company’s new multichannel marketing app designed to boost customer acquisition for small businesses. The new app helps advertisers identify high-value prospects and deploy targeted ad campaigns across Google, Facebook, direct mail, and other media channels. Available on desktop and mobile devices, Mapfire also features built-in performance tracking, analytics, and reporting.

“We’re excited to bring Mapfire to the market,” says Jim Fitzgerald, Taradel’s founder and CEO. “As millions of businesses open and rebuild after the pandemic, every marketing dollar is a precious resource. And that’s what Mapfire is all about — it’s a way to increase the reach, lifespan, and impact of your marketing investment.”

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Mapfire helps users search for potential new clients using geographic and demographic filters such as age, income and drive-time. Based on the user’s input, the app automatically heatmaps local markets to show areas with the highest density of likely customers. The results are displayed through an interactive and custom-generated version of Google Maps — which users can edit to create the perfect audience.

After creating an audience, users can fully customize their marketing campaign with design, print, and digital advertising options, including thousands of free design templates and professional creative services. A built-in scheduling tool makes it possible to plan campaign deployment in advance of important events such as grand openings, product launches, sales, or Holidays.

Advertisers can choose from basic or premium plans, which determine whether campaigns are direct mail-only or multichannel. Premium plans enable advertisers to run matching Facebook, Google, email, and direct mail offers delivering to the same audience.

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