7 Great Ideas for Your Christmas SMS Marketing Campaign – Infographic
As Christmas rushes ever closer, it’s time for retailers to pull out the stops and do all they can to ensure the best possible sales at this all-important time of year. When it comes to last-minute marketing, SMS Marketing is a cost-effective and low-cost solution that far outperforms any comparable channels. So how can retailers use SMS Marketing to give their Christmas sales a final boost? Here are 7 tried and tested tips, presented in a useful infographic.
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