Why Every Small Business Needs Text Message Marketing
Did you know that out of the 300 million mobile phone users in the USA alone, more than two-thirds are active users of Text Messaging. With close to 95% of all Americans always having their cell phone with them, it has become common to see people using and viewing their phones all the time. By simply typing in a keyword that you select and texting it to a designated number, that person registers to receive text messages from you and you can send them additional text messages - usually a few times per month.
Recent marketing research has showed that over 75% of business owners are trying to increase their revenue and customer base by looking for new ways to interact with their existing customers and reach new customers at the same time. SMS Text Messaging has a high read rate of up to 98% and because it offers a more personal form of instant communication, it has a conversion rate of between 10%-25%. Business owners can instantly send up to date information about their products and services, special offers or reach people looking for information about their business. This can lead to repeat purchases and increased branding.
Who can use this service? Any business - large or small - can benefit from using it. You simply promote it through in-store signage, on your website, direct mail, cable tv ads, social media, print and digital advertising. You can use this to expand your marketing or use it as a special incentive for those who choose to receive your messages by offering them exclusive text only special offers and/or discount coupons.
Many text messaging companies charge high fees for using their services - but we offer a very affordable monthly solution from less than $10.00 per day that can grow with you as your business grows. Call us today to learn more at 201-741-5654.
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