About Ruby

About Ruby

A small hotel owner on a tropical island in Panama once came up with an idea. His guests have been taking selfies on the beach and beautiful grounds all the time, but nobody knew it was his hotel. He wanted to change that. So he reached out to his techie friend in San Francisco.

That's how Ruby was born.

Partner with real people, your customers

With Ruby, you promote your business via your own real customers. It's a great way to get to know your customers better, build trust and loyalty and integrate into communities.


Ruby is extremely easy to use. You just chose your desired locations, upload your logo and launch your first promo campaign. After that, it just works by itself and doesn't occupy any of your time.


You don't need to have a huge marketing budget to take advantage of the latest marketing trends and technology. Each promo post will cost you just a few cents and it's up to you to decide how much you want to pay.


People choose to promote your brand because they feel connected with it and care about it. The won't be posing on the photos for something they don't like, in front of all their friends. On the other hand, we don't force our ads on anybody and we don't exploit people data for commercial gain. It's a mutually beneficial partnership between Ruby platform, brands and consumers.


No fake Instagram followers or posts. It's all real people and your marketing investment is well protected.

Looking forward

We recognize that Ruby is just at the start of a long road and we as a team work hard to deliver the best experience for business-owners and their customers. Talk to us and tell us what your think!

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