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Articles Tagged ‘SMS’
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.
Regal Cinemas is driving concessions sales by offering weekly mobile coupons for consumers who “Like” the Regal Cinemas page on Facebook and opt-in to an SMS program.
Popeye’s is following in the footsteps of other quick-service restaurants that rely on SMS for contests with a new campaign that encourages consumers to use their mobile device to interact with packaging for a chance at winning tickets to an exclusive concert.
What do VCRs, CD players and rotary phones have in common? They are technologies that have all but gone extinct.
Macy’s is extending its annual Shop for a Cause event into mobile by letting customers text to donate and simultaneously receive a coupon that is good for 25 percent off purchases.
Mobile is advancing, much like summer. But we still have a ways to go to deliver on all of the medium’s promise.
Mobile and social media marketing both tried to solve the open rate problem, but they have faced hurdles that limit their effectiveness at achieving open rates that are greater than 30 percent to 50 percent.
NEW YORK – A Sumotext executive at Mobile Commerce Daily’s fourth annual Nonprofit Mobile Day said that nonprofits should focus on the marketing aspect of SMS instead of solely relying on the medium to collect donations.
JCPenney is turning to its existing database to get the word out about a new SMS program that promotes the company’s latest product line and doles out deals for it.