Picture this, you have a way of reaching exactly the type of audience you want and it can be done through something that they hold close to their heart…literally. Mobile marketing is one of the greatest forms of marketing when done right. Read on if you would like to find out more.
You need to be certain that you’re describing a benefit well to people in mobile marketing. It’s not enough just to be short and to the point. You also need to be very poignant as to what you’re speaking about. This means directness is required in telling a customer exactly how they will benefit by following your link.
Remember when mobile marketing, that not every mobile device is the same and thus the content you develop needs to cater to the general field and not anything overtly specific. For instance: Some people have slower connections than others, while others have smaller screen sizes. Be encompassing and not specific.
Even if someone subscribes to your messages, they may still want to unsubscribe for whatever reasons, so make it easy for them to do so. In every single message that you’re sending out via mobile marketing, make sure you’re including an unsubscribe link so that people can opt out if they choose.
Build exclusivity and status into your mobile marketing. Mobile devices themselves have become aspirational. Phones, tablets and even some mobile apps have become symbols of status. Follow suit with your mobile marketing by offering exclusive content to your mobile readers or downloads only available to those who have subscribed for mobile messaging.
Do what is necessary to avoid random acts of social media. If the thought crosses your
mind to execute random acts of social media, step away from your computer and rethink your next move. You are going to want to take the time to carefully plan your next move so you do not blow the profits by making the wrong move.
Take some time to dip into social media before embarking on a mobile marketing campaign. You might be hurting yourself if you do not understand how each social media site works before embarking within it. Study them and learn how your messages and company will be seen before randomly adding social sites and sending messages.
Social media is one big and long conversation. Lots of it is meaningless and trivial. Do not link your mobile campaign to this kind of disastrous discourse. Keep your messages brief and to the point. Social media is a key to any marketing campaign, but you have to use it wisely to get beneficial results.
Be sure to lay claim to your business in each social network’s location pages. In mobile marketing, it’s all about location, location, location. Smart mobile devices, all have location awareness built into their systems, so users can tell what is around them. Make sure they can find you by claiming your page on sites, like Foursquare, Facebook Places, Gowalla and Google Places.
To summarize people grow close to their mobile devices. If you are able to create your mobile marketing plan in a way that respects your customer’s privacy and appeals to their interests, then you have got a great chance to draw in more business. Hopefully this article helped you solidify some ideas.
Keep an Eye out for More………….
All the Best, Jules & Jan
Always remember “Life is to be Enjoyed Not Endured”
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