As mobile now accounts for one out of every three digital media consumption minutes, the challenge for nonprofits is not just to “go mobile,” but to connect with people in new ways on mobile devices.
Articles Tagged ‘SMS’
Staples is testing an SMS program to see how customers respond when they receive offers on their phones as part of a broader strategy to cater to mobile shoppers both in-store and online.
Toys “R” Us is supporting the launch of its first text-to-give effort with in-store signage and a dedicated microsite around its campaign for the upcoming 2014 Special Olympics.
SMS can be the boring three-pack of cotton knee-highs, plopped loosely in an indistinguishable bin which people barely take notice.
It is that time again. The Christmas decorations and candy are already out in the chain pharmacy stores, and it will not be long before the traditional holiday music starts playing.
Best Buy continues to view SMS as a workhorse in mobile with a new messaging program that keeps shoppers aware of holiday deals all season long. The retailer is also staying on top of messaging’s evolution via a push notification to alert customers to the program.
The uncertainty over the FCC’s TCPA rules on SMS/MMS has caused much angst in the industry, and the potential misinterpretation is leaving marketers feeling vulnerable to lawsuits. Therefore, we have decided to take action.
The mere fact that a mobile phone number appears in your database does not necessarily mean that you have a blanket authorization to include that number in your telemarketing and advertising initiatives.
Marketers have been spoiled by abundant case studies and data, which mature media such as email and Web marketing deliver.
Many “Armageddon dates” have come and gone. Millennial computer clocks. Mayan calendars. Oct. 16, 2013. Without an action plan, this date could become Judgment Day for your existing SMS/MMS programs and opt-in databases.