Trulia reduces the time it takes to respond to online leads. The odds of successfully contacting an online lead are 100 times higher if the lead hears from an agent within five minutes of submitting an online form. With programmable voice and SMS, real estate agents are instantly connected on a call with a new lead, or sent an SMS with lead details.
By using an inbound long number customers can respond to any SMS messages you send. This is great for your business because you can look after new leads as they come in and see an increase in your ROI. As our long numbers are UK mobile numbers (+44 7XXX XXX XXX) customers from all over the world can reply to your messages, making it easy to market your business globally.
At a fraction of the cost of more traditional -- yet less effective -- marketing channels, SMS and MMS are as cost-effective as they are powerful. Ninety percent of consumers who have joined mobile loyalty programs feel they have gained value from them, and nearly two-thirds of consumers subscribed to mobile marketing indicate that they have made a purchase as a result of receiving a highly relevant mobile message. SMS text messaging is a no-brainer addition to any marketing portfolio. Text message lead generation is a powerful growth strategy. Start adding SMS marketing to your clients’ campaigns and watch their -- and your -- profits grow.

Don’t forget to include your SMS marketing campaign as part of your overall marketing plan. Place a call to action on all of your marketing products, print and digital, inviting customers to join your SMS circle by texting a message or code to your phone number (in exchange for a discount, freebie, or other reward). This will help to broaden your customer base as well as increasing sales.
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Long codes are normal 10-digit phone numbers that can be used to send and receive text messages. They’re the cheapest option for a dedicated number and can be set up in just a couple of minutes, making them a popular choice if you’re on a budget or in a hurry to get started. The biggest advantage of long codes is that they support both domestic and international communications. They’re perfect for global businesses or companies who aspire to be one. However, if the success of your SMS program depends on customers initiating contact with you, you should consider a short code instead.
If you need to receive replies to your text messages but it’s not as important that people easily remember your number, then a long number is the most cost-effective solution to start a two-way conversation with your customers. Global SMS long numbers are ideal for marketing campaigns, competitions, booking confirmations, customer surveys, and even to energize your CRM program.
We’re firm believers that the follow-up is one of the most important elements of the selling process. After you fire off an email looking for an approval or confirmation, a short follow-up by text could be the perfect nudge to get your prospect to take a look. Remember, since 90 percent of text messages are read within a few minutes, there’s a good chance your SMS follow-up will be seen right away and prompt your prospect to answer.
In Europe the first cross-carrier SMS shortcode campaign was run by Txtbomb in 2001 for an Island Records release, In North America it was the Labatt Brewing Company in 2002. Over the past few years mobile short codes have been increasingly popular as a new channel to communicate to the mobile consumer. Brands have begun to treat the mobile short code as a mobile domain name allowing the consumer to text message the brand at an event, in store and off any traditional media.
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Location-based services (LBS) are offered by some cell phone networks as a way to send custom advertising and other information to cell-phone subscribers based on their current location. The cell-phone service provider gets the location from a GPS chip built into the phone, or using radiolocation and trilateration based on the signal-strength of the closest cell-phone towers (for phones without GPS features). In the United Kingdom, which launched location-based services in 2003, networks do not use trilateration; LBS uses a single base station, with a "radius" of inaccuracy, to determine a phone's location.
There is no other method that comes close to SMS in terms of reach and reliability. And that goes for their open rates as well. Clients can easily skip over a social media or mobile app push notification that appears briefly on the screen and then disappears. Emails are rarely even opened and when they are, it may be long after the event or promotion you were advertising took place.
Marketers become more effective when they understand the path that customers take as they progress from interested website visitors to paying customers. If marketers do not take care to analyze each stage of this customer journey, there will be a significant number of leads that fall out of the funnel, never to return. The best way to take advantage of all leads that are initially engaged is to optimize your conversion funnel.
Kaplan categorizes mobile marketing along the degree of consumer knowledge and the trigger of communication into four groups: strangers, groupies, victims, and patrons. Consumer knowledge can be high or low and according to its degree organizations can customize their messages to each individual user, similar to the idea of one-to-one marketing. Regarding the trigger of communication, Kaplan differentiates between push communication, initiated by the organization, and pull communication, initiated by the consumer. Within the first group (low knowledge/push), organizations broadcast a general message to a large number of mobile users. Given that the organization cannot know which customers have ultimately been reached by the message, this group is referred to as "strangers". Within the second group (low knowledge/pull), customers opt to receive information but do not identify themselves when doing so. The organizations therefore does not know which specific clients it is dealing with exactly, which is why this cohort is called "groupies". In the third group (high knowledge/push) referred to as "victims", organizations know their customers and can send them messages and information without first asking permission. The last group (high knowledge/pull), the "patrons" covers situations where customers actively give permission to be contacted and provide personal information about themselves, which allows for one-to-one communication without running the risk of annoying them.[45]
Mobile marketing is multi-channel online marketing technique focused at reaching a specific audience on their smart phone, tablets, or any other related devices through websites, E mail, SMS and MMS, social media or mobile applications.[1] Mobile marketing can provide customers with time and location sensitive, personalized information that promotes goods, services and ideas.[2] In a more theoretical manner, academic Andreas Kaplan defines mobile marketing as "any marketing activity conducted through a ubiquitous network to which consumers are constantly connected using a personal mobile device".[3]

At a fraction of the cost of more traditional -- yet less effective -- marketing channels, SMS and MMS are as cost-effective as they are powerful. Ninety percent of consumers who have joined mobile loyalty programs feel they have gained value from them, and nearly two-thirds of consumers subscribed to mobile marketing indicate that they have made a purchase as a result of receiving a highly relevant mobile message. SMS text messaging is a no-brainer addition to any marketing portfolio. Text message lead generation is a powerful growth strategy. Start adding SMS marketing to your clients’ campaigns and watch their -- and your -- profits grow.
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Just like the name implies, SMS Phone Leads offers you the chance to bring automation and efficiency into your business by setting up recorded messages, pre-arranged text that gets sent after the set prompts and a few other benefits. Needless to say, this definitely fills a need in the marketing business as it could be difficult to keep track of all conversations and inquiries when your business begins to experience a surge in growth. The idea is to help you increase personal growth without increasing the amount of effort being put into it.
Although investment in mobile marketing strategies like advergaming is slightly more expensive than what is intended for a mobile app, a good strategy can make the brand derive a substantial revenue. Games that use advergaming make the users remember better the brand involved. This memorization increases virality of the content so that the users tend to recommend them to their friends and acquaintances, and share them via social networks.[28]
Due to the demands for more user controlled media, mobile messaging infrastructure providers have responded by developing architectures that offer applications to operators with more freedom for the users, as opposed to the network-controlled media. Along with these advances to user-controlled Mobile Messaging 2.0, blog events throughout the world have been implemented in order to launch popularity in the latest advances in mobile technology. In June 2007, Airwide Solutions became the official sponsor for the Mobile Messaging 2.0 blog that provides the opinions of many through the discussion of mobility with freedom.[39]

Follow the same steps in the FAQ immediately preceding this one. However, instead of clicking on RVM Statistics, click on RVM statistics (historical). Look for "time period" toward the top right of the screen. Next to that, you will see a down arrow. Click that arrow to pick the period of time for which you want to check campaigns that have already run. If you have a customized range of days you want to look at, choose Select Range, then put in the first day and the last day that define your time range. Then click Get. Then double-click the campaign you want to examine. The new screen that appears will show the total number of attempts to leave a message as well as the total number of successful deliveries.

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.

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