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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.
Texting is the only mobile marketing medium that can reach both smartphone and regular mobile phone users. And, while the Internet is expanding globally, satellite telephone connections seem to be more universal and more reliable than Internet connections. Therefore, text messaging has the widest reach globally compared to any other mobile marketing channel.

One key criterion for provisioning is that the consumer opts into the service. The mobile operators demand a double opt in from the consumer and the ability for the consumer to opt out of the service at any time by sending the word STOP via SMS. These guidelines are established in the CTIA Playbook and the MMA Consumer Best Practices Guidelines[17] which are followed by all mobile marketers in the United States. In Canada, opt in will be mandatory once the Fighting Internet and Wireless Spam Act comes in force in mid-2012.
When you purchase a list of numbers, you are really going after the attached consumer data. You cannot use the actual numbers to grow your list, but when an owner of a purchased number does opt-in to your SMS campaign, you can connect the data to the subscriber. This will allow you to target messages with content that will result in a higher success rate.
Short codes offer very similar features to a dedicated virtual number, but are short mobile numbers that are usually 5-6 digits. Their length and availability depend on each country. These are usually more expensive and are commonly used by enterprises and governmental organisations. For mass messaging, short codes are preferred over a dedicated virtual number because of their higher throughput, and are great for time-sensitive campaigns and emergencies.[11]
Over the past few years SMS marketing has become a legitimate advertising channel in some parts of the world. This is because unlike email over the public internet, the carriers who police their own networks have set guidelines and best practices for the mobile media industry (including mobile advertising). The IAB (Interactive Advertising Bureau) and the Mobile Marketing Association (MMA), as well, have established guidelines and are evangelizing the use of the mobile channel for marketers. While this has been fruitful in developed regions such as North America, Western Europe and some other countries, mobile SPAM messages (SMS sent to mobile subscribers without a legitimate and explicit opt-in by the subscriber) remain an issue in many other parts of the world, partly due to the carriers selling their member databases to third parties. In India, however, government's efforts of creating National Do Not Call Registry have helped cellphone users to stop SMS advertisements by sending a simple SMS or calling 1909.[5][6]

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.


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.
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.
Take a stab at running a challenge solely for portable clients, whereby agreeing to accept instant messages they can be entered to win a free item or administration. Or on the other hand by agreeing to accept your “inward circle” they can be qualified to take an interest in standard contests, for example, question and answer contests, voting in favor of their most loved item or benefit, or some other sort of challenge or rivalry you can concoct. Holding customary fun contests is an incredible method to keep your clients locked in
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.
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There are essentially three major trends in mobile gaming right now: interactive real-time 3D games, massive multi-player games and social networking games. This means a trend towards more complex and more sophisticated, richer game play. On the other side, there are the so-called casual games, i.e. games that are very simple and very easy to play. Most mobile games today are such casual games and this will probably stay so for quite a while to come.

In past couple of years from the growth of various social networking websites, video clip sharing has actually appeared as a really normal style. Streaming different online video clips are turning out to be the favoured relaxing activity among internet users. Finding online videos and watching those video clips has actually changed the method the Internet is made use of nowadays.
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.

If you send 10,000 emails in a marketing campaign, only a few hundred will likely be read—even if you have a brilliant headline, great copy, and a must-have offer. But if you text 10,000 people, you can be pretty sure that nearly all your recipients will read your message. If your conversion rate for SMS marketing is close to your conversion rate for emails, that translates to 10 or 20 times as much business.
Marketing through cellphones' SMS (Short Message Service) became increasingly popular in the early 2000s in Europe and some parts of Asia when businesses started to collect mobile phone numbers and send off wanted (or unwanted) content. On average, SMS messages have a 98% open rate, and are read within 3 minutes, making it highly effective at reaching recipients quickly.[4]
A single SMS message has a maximum size of 1120 bits. This is important because there are two types of character encodings, GSM and Unicode. Latin-based languages like English are GSM based encoding, which are 7 bits per character. This is where text messages typically get their 160 character per SMS limit.[13] Long messages that exceed this limit are concatenated. They are split into smaller messages, which are recombined by the receiving phone.
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