*Ding ding* One new text. Maybe it’s that cute boy you’ve been talking to in chem class. Maybe it’s your boss wanting to congratulate you on your performance. Or maybe, just maybe, it’s an irresistible text offer from your favorite retail chain. What’s the first thing you do? Open it, duh. If you swipe left and delete the message before even reading it — well kudos to you, you’re a borderline extraterrestrial. Personally, I can’t remember the last time I didn’t open a text message, and I’m sure you can agree.
The benefit of using a form, whether paper or online, is that you can use it to determine customer preferences in order to help you categorize your phone lists. For instance if you’re a spa that offers a variety of services, you might ask the customer to check off which services they are most interested in. Text messages are easier to send, however, so be sure to give customers that option as well.
Whether you post the offer in your local business, on your Facebook page, or, preferably, both, don’t start off with “Give us your phone number.” Phrase the offer with something along the lines of “Join our inner circle to receive advance notice of sales and promotions, exclusive mobile coupons, and one-day only offers.” Customers should feel that by signing up for your text messages they will get perks and benefits that other customers won’t be privy to.
For example, it cost $99.95 to purchase 3,245 successfully delivered RVMs. We can normally deliver RVMs to about 70% of the numbers that are dialed. If you send us a list of 7,700 numbers, chances are that about 60% of them (4620) are cell phones. If we are able to successfully deliver RVMs to 70% of them that would be about 3234 successfully delivered RVMs. That is just 13 less than the amount you can purchase for $99.95.
Most of the world are beginning to think that sms marketing tools are going to take over the way we do business both online and offline? If you would care to consider the fact that an average of 97% of recipients open their text messages. That stat is crazy! A person on average check their cell phones at least 50-100 times a day. Why don't you try an pay attention to how many times you look at your cell phone on a daily basis. It's a lot right?
Sending text messages to phone numbers of owners who have not opted-in to your SMS campaign is an illegal practice. It is a violation of federal law under the TCPA, and it can result in costly lawsuits. Consumers can sue you for sending them unsolicited messages, and they can claim between $500 and $1,500 for every unwanted text message that you have send to them.
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Once your test is complete, you can analyse the results to determine whether the results confirm your hypothesis. Keep sample size and significance in mind so you never draw conclusions based on effects that resulted by chance. For example, if all conditions besides the test variable were the same and version A was sent out to 2000 recipients and had 3 conversions, and version B was also sent out to 2000 recipients but had 60 conversions, it’s safe to say that version B has performed significantly better. If you want to be sure about the significance of your results, you can always use a significance calculator.
The system default setting is to not scrub against the national or any state DNC registries. Since you are not dialing a number, conducting a call over a landline or cellular network, and not causing a phone to ring, it is not necessary to scrub against DNC registries. However, if you want us to change the settings for your account to scrub against them, just let us know.
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This question exists for many. First, NEVER EVER purchase a list of mobile numbers. (SMS/MMS) marketing is permission based, and ultimately you want a list of customers numbers who are genuinely interested in your product or service and are happy to receive your text message and are likely to buy your goods and service. Remember, you can turn customers off and possibly upset a lot of your potential customers when sending text messages on their mobile devices without their consent.