Try running a contest exclusively for mobile customers, where by signing up for text messages they can be entered to win a free product or service. Or by signing up for your “inner circle” they can be eligible to participate in regular contests, such as trivia games, voting for their favorite product or service, or any other kind of contest or competition you can come up with. Holding regular fun contests is a great way to keep your customers engaged.
The advancement of mobile technologies has allowed the ability to leave a voice mail message on a mobile phone without ringing the line. The technology was pioneered by VoAPP, which used the technology in conjunction with live operators as a debt collection service. The FCC has ruled that the technology is compliant with all regulations. CPL expanded on the existing technology to allow for a completely automated process including the replacement of live operators with pre recorded messages. By optimizing the technology, marketers can utilize the process to increase engagement of their product or service.
Dunkin Donuts revived some of their failing stores with an SMS campaign that they advertised through online ads and radio. The campaign rewarded customers for sharing the text offers with their friends. By encouraging sharing and word-of-mouth in their promotion, they leveraged their spending on their SMS campaign and managed to provide sufficient incentive that 17% of those who received texts forwarded them and 7,500 people opted in to their loyalty program. The result was a 21% increase in store traffic. Impressive results.
On the home page, it has the claims of being the “secret mobile marketing weapon revealed” and “how to get the leads coming to you”. If you are experienced in digital marketing, you definitely would agree that a lot of businesses that sell products seem very convincing and even while they may not often deliver the exact product as expected, they sure do a good job at selling themselves.
The need to generate subscribers does not go away after your text marketing campaign launches. You should keep a continual focus on acquiring more mobile numbers to grow your subscriber base. Oftentimes, getting a new customer to subscribe is simply a matter of letting them know the option to receive texts exists. Think outside the box and utilize different marketing channels to advertise your opt-in keyword and short code to drive new subscribers.
That depends on your leads, your message and what your primary business is that you're selling. We have seen a 70% better response using RVM because the prospect can listen to your message at their leisure and even save that message and listen to it at a later time when their ready to act on your message by going to your website/capture page, calling your 800Link sizzle call or simply emailing you back for more information.
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 order to gain their mobile number, they will have to have a great deal of trust in you and a pre-existing relationship will help. They also need to know that what you'll be sending them via SMS message is exclusive offers, not the same offer that you give via email and social media. Be clear with your customers and use the following guidelines when introducing SMS marketing to your customers: