5 Reasons to use SMS Marketing in 2018 [Infographic]
It may be up against competition from web-based instant messaging apps such as WhatsApp and Messenger, but all the indications are that SMS is just as important as ever and is likely to remain a highly important channel for many more years to come. So why should you choose SMS Marketing to promote your business in 2018? In this infographic, we’ve shared 5 good reasons that you can take in at a glance.
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We all know how great SMS marketing is for companies which sell to consumers, such as hairdressers, night clubs, garages and hotels. But why would a primarily business to business organisation want to use SMS marketing and why would it want to use FastSMS as its online SMS platform?
Whilst some businesses still offer physical sales, many companies have an online presence as well. Whether they trade solely on the internet or maintain physical stores, it’s vital for businesses to cater for online customers. In order to increase sales and turnover, companies rely on a range of marketing methods, such as offline advertising or digital promotions. Whilst these can be effective, many businesses are overlooking the potential of SMS marketing.
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With the vast majority of the population now owning a mobile phone and most adults keeping it within arm’s reach almost all the time, it is the perfect place for businesses to reach both new and existing clients in real time, with SMS Marketing messages typically being read within minutes – if not seconds – of receipt. But what other benefits does SMS Marketing have to offer? In this infographic, we take a look at some of the most important features.
For many startups and small businesses, SMS Marketing is conspicuous by its absence from their marketing strategy, despite it being proven to be one of the most cost effective and most powerful ever forms of marketing. So why is it that small businesses are shying away from this awesome channel and how can they use it to their advantage? Here’s what the experts here at Fastsms have to say.
The UK dental industry is currently estimated to be worth between £6 billion to £9 billion, and has seen an average annual growth of 14% in recent years. But just like any other sector, innovation is key to long term prosperity. SMS Marketing is a versatile tool that has a wide range of applications in the dental sector – and can be used for much more than just appointment reminders. In this article, we look at some of the different ways SMS Marketing can be used by dental practices.
Despite a greater than ever demand for playschool places, many sessions remain unfilled due to the varied hours that parents and carers choose to book, as well as other factors such as illness, holidays and routine appointments. Empty spaces are not just an inconvenience when it comes to staff scheduling – they are also valuable sales opportunities. So how can you make sure your nursery fills those empty spaces and maximises profits? The answer lies in SMS messaging.
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Whether you rent or own your home, domestic situations frequently arise where a skilled person is required to deal with electrics, plumbing, plastering, building, carpentry, carpet laying… you name the job, there will be a tradesperson near you who specialises in it. These essential yet often overlooked hard working sole traders and small businesses all face the same pressures as any other business – how to attract and retain more customers. Here’s why SMS Marketing is the perfect answer.
Tone of voice is important in all business communications, from letters to direct mail campaigns. The way you speak to clients is all of a part of the image you create in their minds of your brand. As short as they are, this also applies to business text messaging. It may even be more important to get the language and tone right in your messages, particularly your SMS marketing, than in an emailed leaflet.