Social WiFi FAQs - Socly
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Social WiFi FAQs


  1. What is Socly Social WiFi?

Socly Social WiFi is mobile on demand WiFi for events, event spaces and social spaces, which can be set up anywhere, as long as there is power and signal coverage.

  1. Why Social WiFi?

Not only do we keep your guests connected and sharing, we gather insights and analytics which you can use to inform your business decisions and use it to attract more business to your establishment and/or future events. We give you collective reach.

  1. What is Collective Reach?

People just “like” an influencer’s digital content and try to make memes. These same people interact fully and on a deeper level with their friends and family’s content and share it more.

That is collective reach, being part of people’s personal messages and lives, having your guests and patrons create and share content that has your brand and messaging in it.

  1. How does it work?

It’s simple, the Socly team does a site inspection and will set a set up date (don’t worry set up is quick). When the WiFi is on, there will be a Socly technician on site to make sure everything is running smoothly.

4.1. For my guests/patrons?

This is easy, they select the network and can logon using the social media of their choice or with a contact form. We can also add a password, gamify this experience or add a short survey, no limitation.

We also have an Incentivised Engagement platform that plugs in seamlessly to this process.

4.2 For my crew/staff?

We know that a lot of the state of the art equipment function best when connected to cloud resources and we thought of that. Socly Social WiFi comes with a crew option, a separate network that can only be accessed by your crew, you choose the login procedure and password.

  1. Is it secure?

Yes, we use state of the art software and hardware to give you and your guests the best and safest experience possible.

  1. Can I block people from accessing other sites?

Yes, its your WiFi, it’s your network.