5 Ways to Celebrate the Royal Wedding with SMS Marketing [Infographic]
This weekend, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are getting married in what is a momentous occasion for the nation and an event that will be celebrated by millions of people of all ages. As well as being one of the largest social events in recent years, it offers businesses a unique chance to boost sales with some themed activities and promotions related to this unique moment. Amid a huge amount of media hype, the wedding will take place on 19 May at 12:00 BST at St George’s Chapel in Windsor. So how can you use SMS Marketing to show that your business is savvy, up to date and keeping up with what’s popular? check out this latest infographic for easy to use some suggestions!
SMS Marketing ideas for the royal wedding
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The campervan and caravan industry grew 16% this past year. Campsite and holiday park owners can connect with the thousands of new travellers using SMS messaging. After all, 76% of travellers prefer to take their mobile on holiday rather than a friend.
More and more industries are tuning in to the advantages that SMS marketing can offer their business. SMS marketing is not only useful for acquiring new customers, it can be used to increase brand loyalty as well. This is particularly true for the hospitality industry, which faces challenges unique from other industries, in that they are on the front line when it comes to delivering customer service.
Here's some ideas on what you can do to help your SMS campaigns to do better. Use the following checklist to see if you’re using all your possible channels.
Unlike many other forms of mass communication - particularly printed letters to constituents - SMS offers opportunities to personalise messages, making recipients feel that their attention and response really counts for something. It can also inspire far more responses and gather data in an extremely efficient way, increasing participation by the public.
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.
A text message is a very small and condensed piece of communication in contrast to voice messaging or video broadcast. Consequently text messages can get through when network capability is degraded to an extent that makes other options unviable.