5 SMS Marketing Ideas For Garden Centres [Infographic]
After an inclement Easter, the spring/summer gardening season is now officially open and the challenge is on for garden centres to maximise sales and profits. Whether you are a large, established chain or a local, independent garden centre, SMS Marketing is an ideal tool to reach out to new and existing customers, offering exceptional open and conversion rates at incredibly low prices. Not sure how to use SMS Marketing for your garden centre? This infographic presents a few great ideas to get you thinking.
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Every organisation needs to streamline its operations, reduce waste and operate on “lean” principles; from global pharmaceutical companies to local GP surgeries. SMS provides superb value for money in the way it reaches and engages stakeholders. Messages go straight into the hands of the right person in an unmissable way. Backed by an SMS provider in the UK familiar with public and private healthcare, systems can be created to use text messages to save money and time.
The challenges facing the healthcare sector today, whether you work for an NHS Trust or a private health company, are increasing. In an ever-evolving environment, maintaining high levels of patient satisfaction is an unenviable challenge many healthcare providers face on a day-to-day basis. How can SMS help?
How can taxi services - and any transport company like delivery services, public transportation, logistics, and haulage - stay in touch without taking risks with push to talk mobiles and other two-way radio setups. With SMS, companies can integrate into their own software and systems, save money and keep their drivers safer.
As old as SMS messaging is (going on 25), is it surprising to know that for non-profits and political campaigns it’s just now catching on? It might be, but if you think about it maybe it isn’t surprising. Until the last few years, people have been very reticent to hand out their personal mobile number. Now though, they’re more willing – if they care about the source of the messages.
Have you ever been inside a Walmart or ASDA Supercentre? If you have, you’ll appreciate the possibility of what I’ll share in a moment. If you haven’t, try imagining walking into a store so big you can barely see one end from the other, where the shelves are packed with everything you might ever need, and staff who are often less than helpful (not everywhere mind you, but often). The point is you can get lost or frustrated if you’re trying to find a certain item that you need, or is on sale. Finding the right section is sometimes challenging, and even if you think you’re in the right spot you might not be.
Street food has never been more popular in the UK. An article in the Guardian hints it may be too popular already and have “run out of road.” Whether that’s true or not, it’s certainly true that there’s more competition now than there ever was. SMS could be the difference between failure and success for many of these small businesses.
Online travel and review sites are great for travellers. They are good for hotels too, but they offer a double edged sword. User reviews are unfiltered – that is the travellers can say whatever they like both good and bad. And managing a bad review can be difficult, but how can SMS help?