Mobile Marketing: Make Customers’ Phones Your Sales Tools
You know how much you or people you know love to play games on their mobile device. Whether waiting at the doctors office, riding on a bus, or wasting time at the end of the day, mobile gaming is pretty popular. Now imagine being able to spread your message to these select targets through mobile marketing.
Keep your mobile marketing messages short and sweet. Although many cell phone and smartphone users are signed up with plans that offer unlimited data transfers, not everyone has this luxury. If your ad consumes a great deal of their monthly allotment of data, chances are good that your efforts will go unappreciated and even resented.
Do not send unreasonable amounts of text messages to personal phones. Mobiles are very personal and many people do not appreciate being overwhelmed with marketing messages. Try to limit the number of messages to as few as possible so as to maintain a high level of satisfaction with your customer.
When defining your goals for your mobile marketing campaign, always make sure to keep them both manageable and feasible. There’s nothing quite as damaging to a campaign like this than to set really high expectations, and what’s worse is that some marketers try complicated methods while thinking they will help. Keep things simple and doable.
When deciding on doing a mobile marketing campaign, check out what the competition is doing, but do not play follow the leader. You have no idea about what their results are from having a blog, or a twitter account, so don’t just get one because they have one, you very well could be following them down a path to disaster.
You cannot have a network marketing business without a cell phone. Your downline and potential sign-ups need to feel you are available during regular business hours, and a cell phone will give you the flexibility of being able to go out and meet people without missing a single call. A smartphone will also allow you to pick up email on the go.
A key tip to a mobile marketing campaign is to stay focused on what your customers want and need. In order to do this you have to get inside your customers head and think about what they are looking for in contrast to what you want to provide. You only have a few seconds to grab their attention so use it wisely.
Mobile marketing is currently a popular promotional strategy for publicizing a good or service. Since mobile marketing nearly always takes place on personal cell phones, make sure that your mobile ads are quick and fun with a memorable message. You want your message to “stick” in the head of the consumer long after they’ve moved on to the next media message, application, or phone call.
In conclusion, you want to advertise to people and want to capture their attention in a way that you simply cannot do in any other way. Network marketing is a unique way to cater to specific niches and types of people. Hopefully this information will do much to benefit your marketing plan.