A Quick And Easy Guide To Mobile Marketing 4

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A Quick And Easy Guide To Mobile Marketing

Mobile marketing is a fairly new competitor in the advertising world, but is quickly gaining momentum and becoming an industry standard for success. It requires adaptation to new and more compact media, thus a different way of thinking is required to capture and keep a potential consumer’s interest. There are plenty of ways to do this, but they will require some new concepts and a sharp mind.

Make sure your customers know their business is appreciated. Give them special offers, discounts based on hallmark goals or even a simple thank you note. They need to know you value their business or they may take it to someone who will go that extra step.

Know exactly what you want to offer your customers before you start out. Mobile marketing encompasses everything from simple text messaging to instant mobile coupons. Planning ahead on what you are going to offer them can make the actual implementation much easier than if you were indecisive in the long run.

Let customers give you feedback. Some mobile marketers have outgoing only messaging, meaning that a customer cannot text them back without going through a lot of hassle. Let your customers talk back to you to improve the focus of your plan, and know if you may need to do something differently.

Use your mobile QR codes everywhere you can. They are links to mobile devices, but the can be used in print advertising too. Any kind of advertising that your business produces should have your mobile QR code on it, even your business cards. Put it on your store signs, brochures, television ads, and catalogs.

You must get someone’s permission to send them messages. If you do not, it will be considered as spam and you could get in trouble over it. Ask people to sign up as customers, and have them tick a box that said they agree to receive promotional offers via their mobile phones.

If you are using email as part of your mobile strategy, consider using a text strategy instead of HTML. If you haven’t optimized your HTML creative for a mobile device, the email itself can be incredibly hard to read in a mobile environment. A text email is perfect for mobile users, as it will appear exactly the same way across all email clients and it’s easy to read on small screens.

The old rules of telephone marketing also apply to mobile marketing. The telephone call from a sales person during dinner time is one of the quickest ways to lose a sale and a customer. Time your marketing messages for mid-morning to early-afternoon. Do not send messages in the middle of the night or at dinner time.

Those are a few ways to spread your message via the mobile world and still manage to look professional and elaborate. Compacting your advertisements or messages is not an easy task and takes some practice through repetition. As long as you follow the advice and study for your audience, you are sure to increase profits.