Remember my morning post that suggested generous use of Pokemon Go incense to attract people to a business?
Well, both Kevin Hagan and Lars M. Hansen have detected a tiny problem with my idea. As Imore puts it:
It only works on you.
So a business could buy gallons of incense, but it wouldn't benefit the customers at all. Unless there was a way to gift incense to other players - which, as far as I know, does not yet exist. So if your restaurant isn't near a REAL Pokestop (that can support lures), my idea's a dud.
In related news, I found James Kim's trademark application. And Pokestop itself commented on my original post, noting that the PokeStop idea was one of severa.
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