5 SMS Marketing Ideas for Valentine’s Day [Infographic]
It’s February already, and for many businesses that means just one thing – Valentine’s Day, and how to make the most of this annual celebration of love to increase profits as well as build the brand. There are many different sectors which can take advantage of Valentine’s Day to boost sales – and this useful infographic presents just 5 ways that different businesses can make use of this practical and inexpensive channel. Of course, there are many other businesses that can also benefit from SMS Marketing too – not just now but all year round. Just take a look at our constantly updated blog to find a wealth of ideas that you can implement immediately.
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In a world where your competition can be found in just a few seconds, instilling brand loyalty in customers is a greater challenge than ever. One way to proactively reach out to customers is via SMS. The personal nature of SMS messages, combined with high read rates, gives you the opportunity to develop relationships with each customer.
In a recent post I covered how to create urgency in your SMS marketing messages. It didn’t feel right to leave out a few other key components – the U companions. In copywriting circles they are often called the 4-Us. They are: Urgent, Useful, Unique, and Ultra-specific. So to make sure I don’t leave anything out, here I’ll show you how to use the others in your SMS messaging.
In marketing, the words you choose to use have immense роwеr. Nowhere is this more true than in SMS Marketing with its limited character count. Carefully chosen and well timed words anda phrases саn еnсоurаgе potential buуеrѕ tо tаkе the right асtіоns and engage with your brand, helping to boost both reputation and sales. In this article, we look at some super successful phrases thаt really should bе included in уоur SMS Mаrkеtіng arsenal, аѕ well as ѕоmе useful tips on hоw to fullу utіlіzе thеm.
It seems there’s a new messaging app popping up every month. It’s hard to keep track of them all, but it’s also hard to ignore them if you’re looking to use mobile marketing. When you’ve got limited marketing resources, should you spend them advertising on the latest IM app, or go with SMS marketing?
The drive to earn and retain consumer loyalty is big business in the UK. Increasingly, companies are grasping the important role SMS text messaging can play in this. Customers’ mobile phone numbers are gold dust. The most forward-looking companies are developing systems to encourage customers to opt-in. Then, they are structuring SMS campaigns to build loyalty and reap maximum commercial advantage from it.
81% of mobile phone users use SMS or text messaging and 90% read text messages within three minutes of receipt. But it’s not just a convenient way to chat with friends, fix a rendez-vous or remind people to do things; it has also become a powerful marketing tool for businesses large and small, national or global.
Earlier this month I attended an online webinar session covering topics related to SMS. One of the presenters produced some interesting statistics. I wanted to know more, so I went to the original source and found some great news for everyone using SMS as a key part of their mobile strategy.
It’s February already, and for many businesses that means just one thing – Valentine’s Day, and how to make the most of this annual celebration of love to increase profits as well as build the brand. There are many different sectors which can take advantage of Valentine’s Day to boost sales – and this useful infographic presents just 5 ways that different businesses can make use of this practicle and inexpensive channel.
SMS messaging offers some of the highest click through rates in mobile marketing. But did you know it could be even better? See how one retailer improved their click rates by offering their customers different options in their messages. Then see how you can do the same.
Does the thought of cold calling fill you with dread? You might think it would be easier to use SMS messaging instead. And though it’s legal to do so in some circumstances, you might want to rethink using it that way. Read the full blog to find out why.