Attract nearby customers on Foursquare
Foursquare and American Express both love supporting small businesses that are the heartbeat of their neighborhoods by helping them get customers through their doors. That’s why they’ve partnered to offer $50 in Foursquare Ad credits to merchants that create an ad between now and December 31st, while supplies last.*
Here’s how to get your $50 credit:
- Log in to your Foursquare business account. Haven’t signed up yet? Go here.
- Create a Foursquare Ad for your business.
- Turn on your ad and they’ll instantly credit your Foursquare account with $50.
How does Foursquare Ads help my business?
People use Foursquare to find great small businesses nearby and meet up with friends there. They made Foursquare Ads to support small business communities by helping businesses like yours drive customers in your neighborhood through the door. That’s why Foursquare Ads is all about the small business owner:
- Your neighborhood. They target your ad locally to customers who are nearby.
- Your ideal customer. They find people ready to come through your doors.
- Your success. They only charge you for actions on your ad. Impressions are free.
Creating an ad is simple — just three steps in less than two minutes. Easy.
Check out the support center if you have any questions about Foursquare Ads.
*Offer Terms and Conditions: Only one $50 credit per merchant, while supplies last. Cannot be combined with other offers or discounts. Credits cannot be redeemed for cash. Credit only available to US merchants who have claimed their location(s) on the Foursquare® Service and who post an advertisement on the Foursquare® Service between now and December 31, 2013. Credits are not available for fake venues, duplicate merchant accounts or any other attempt by a merchant to circumvent these rules, as determined by Foursquare in its sole discretion. Use of Foursquare’s advertising platform is subject to Foursquare’s advertising terms and service available at http://business.foursquare.com
This offer is only available in the United States at this time.