Fastsms Mobile Marketing Guide
Mobile marketing is probably the fastest growing tool in the marketer’s armoury at the current time. It is quick and easy to implement, inexpensive to set up and operate and works just great for all kinds of companies and organisations.
Because it sends your marketing message straight to someone’s mobile phone it grabs their attention and open rates of up to 98% are common. Compare that to the 22% open rate of email marketing.
This immediacy coupled with the apparent limitation of having to restrict messages to 160 characters makes mobile marketing ideal for delivering very specific calls to action.
- Click to see our special offer
- Show this message at our check out to get 10% off
- Reply YES + your name to 87007 to enter our prize draw
- The possibilities are relatively limitless
Does this sound to be good to be true? Is mobile marketing really that easy?
The answer is yes but…
There are some simple principles you are wise to follow when creating a mobile marketing campaign. They are nothing difficult but you do need to know about them. And this is where the Fastsms Mobile Marketing Guide comes into its own. This document will give you the basics to follow including:
- EU Regulations
- Getting Started
- The Strategy
- The Message
So, if you are considering or investigating the introduction of mobile marketing campaigns in your organisation we would recommend you download the guide, make a list of questions or ideas you’d like to discuss and then either call or email firstname.lastname@example.org or just grab us on chat. We have literally thousands of users running these campaigns so can save you loads of time by sharing best practice.
SMS is well established as a successful marketing channel - however that doesn't mean you should just dive in head first. Here's five things you should consider before launching your first SMS marketing campaign.
No matter what the task is, any campaign can be boosted by SMS marketing. It's great for businesses and charities but could be especially utilised for the creative industry. From the largest scale (mainstream TV shows, Hollywood blockbusters) to low budget independents, there is an SMS campaign to fit all needs and perform a vital profile-boosting function.
With consumer spending on Britain's 57 million furry friends valued at over £4.5 Million and all the signs showing that this is only going to increase, there has never been a better time for the sector to invest in marketing - and SMS marketing should be top priority. As pet owners spend more and more time pampering their pets and investing in pet paraphernalia, the opportunities are infinite. SMS marketing is one of the best ways to ensure that your offers get seen - and in most cases, instantly. With its low costs, exceptionally high open rates and above average response rates, SMS Marketing offers huge potential for ROI.
Managing employee relations is possibly one of the hardest aspects of a corporation's day to day activities. There’s usually a ton of paperwork, regulations, checklists, and procedures to follow for each employee. This is especially true when new employees join a company. How can SMS help?
There are just shy of 200,000 registered charities in the United Kingdom. Between them, they spend around £80 billion per annum. SMS marketing for charities is coming of age as an important tool for reaching supporters and benefactors alike, and there are a few important things that charities should be bearing in mind if they are to make the most out of this fact.
There’s no shortage of organisations trying to help smokers quit. These include groups that use SMS as a means of supporting smokers while they try to quit. There’s quite a lot of evidence that text messaging can help people break bad habits, or make positive improvements in their lives. Here’s one example from George Washington University.