Texting is immediate, with nearly 100% of texts being opened and 93% of them being opened within 3 minutes of being received. You’re pretty much guaranteed that at least the first step required for lead generation, reaching your customer, is covered with SMS. In addition to the open rates, texting has another benefit. It puts the power of decision in the customer’s hands.
I first got interested in mobile marketing when I saw how powerful it was to engage my subscribers. I also could gather a huge list of leads on demand. Sending out text messages is a powerful way to communicate with my prospects to make sales conversions. That's where it all begins with mobile marketing. This is a profitable way to swiftly make money online
*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.
Due to the dynamic nature of (SMS/MMS) marketing technology and the messaging industry, the Messaging Compliance Rules are constantly being updated from time to time. As a result, I’d strongly encourage clients to review vendors’ terms and conditions and proposed use cases with qualified legal counsel to make sure that they comply with all applicable laws.