Geofencing allows advertisers to select an exact storefront, using its address or latitude/longitude point and customize a radius around that point. Establishing a geofence and linking it to a mobile device lets the advertising program know when a person has entered or exited the defined geofenced location. For most businesses, this information is used to trigger a banner ad to the person.
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