The issue of trust is the great advantage that lies at the heart of SMS marketing. Because people are reluctant to give out their numbers, few businesses have those numbers, and so fewer marketing texts are sent compared with marketing emails. The result is that customers are unlikely to get bored with marketing texts the way they've become bored by marketing emails.
In a nutshell, mobile devices are arguably the most personal items we own and as (SMS/MMS) marketer building your phone number database in the early stages of your (SMS/MMS) campaign, you need to let subscribers know what they are opt-in for. keep your promise and send only infrequent, valuable text messages. Remember to keep delivering value through incentives and your customers will stay opted-in and very eager to receive your next text.
Log into your account ten minutes after your campaign should have launched. From the toolbar, click on "stats and reporting". For a campaign that is currently running, click on RVM statistics. The next screen will show you the status of the campaign. If the campaign has stopped because you have run out of eligible time zones, there are no more leads in your list, or for other reasons, that information will also be here.
Once you've collected your mobile numbers, verified that you have followed all of your legal responsibilities you can start your SMS marketing campaign. I'd suggest using a 3rd party service provider to ensure that you are able to track the return on investment for your campaign, embed an unsubscribe message, and easily manage your SMS marketing database including unsubscribes.