Mobile sites become increasingly important in the communication with your customers, and mobile adapted content is required to achieve a positive effect.
With CliqTags, as a store owner or advertiser you can easily keep the contact with your customers in a modern and cost efficient way, at any time and wherever they might be!
Use CliqTags to easily create, maintain and provide access to mobile sites. E.g. QR codes, bulk SMS, NFC tags, beacons (iBeacon or Eddystone) make it easy to attract customers to your site. You follow up and are in control. All via the same system.
Do it yourself
Cut work and lead time
Up and running in no time
Start small, grow big
A great complement
Site and page management
Forms / Surveys
SEO and tracking
A rather rough but exemplifying video has been made to show the range of access methods available for CliqTags sites. It’s also available via Documents and media.
Support for Eddystone in Android is great, as it’s integrated (via Google Play Services). When detecting an Eddystone beacon for the first time it will even ask you there and then whether you want information from beacons or not. The situation is not the same in iOS, and Google has for unknown reasons not cared Read more about Physical Web Association[…]
We now partner with BeaconZone in the UK, that specializes in beacons (both iBeacon and Eddystone). They complement what’s provided via CliqTags very well, and you are guaranteed a broad range of beacons, fitting whatever needs you might have. BeaconZone
To simplify navigation among the screens and performing actions, a proper drop-down menu has been added and the title bar has been uncluttered in the process. CliqTags Spotter is normally published under private-branding, but the CliqTags-branded version can be obtained for evaluations. Please contact us about access. See CliqTags Spotter for more information.
We’ve written an FAQ for how to use Nearby Notifications and Eddystone-URL with CliqTags, as a way to simplify beacon deployment. Eddystone-URL in practice There’s also an updated higher-level introduction that briefly explains beacons and describes the differences between iBeacon and Eddystone: Introduction to Google Eddystone
We’ve continued working on improvements: Statistics and Responses are further harmonized, as can be seen in the pictures below The lists for Descending (sorting) and Auto-refresh are changed to checkboxes for simpler access Descending and Auto-refresh are supported for Statistics as well, which makes it possible to monitor site accesses in real time Responses now Read more about Analysis improvements phase 2[…]
We’ve recently upgraded to PHP 7.2 and MySQL 5.7, providing higher performance and better stability. So far we haven’t noted any issues with this upgrade, but will be diligent if any such issues arise. If you notice anything, please let us know.
A few improvements have been made to Statistics and Responses (but mostly Responses) in the admin portal: Both have All buttons to visualize all statistics and responses from the start of any such data existing. The tooltips for the time-related buttons have been made clearer for both. The Responses page has a time window, similar Read more about Analysis improvements[…]
To simplify sending the same form multiple times (e.g. status and order forms) it’s now possible to set whether one or more form fields should be saved persistently between sessions. This is done per form page and per user/device, and the data is stored on the device instead of centrally. Only fields with user-entered data Read more about New Survey features[…]