Steakhouse chain Texas Roadhouse is leveraging Apple’s Passbook as well as text messaging in two separate campaigns that successfully drove customer engagement.
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Super Bowl Sunday on Feb. 3 in New Orleans was a dark day for mobile marketing and mobile advertising. That had nothing to do with the Mercedes-Benz Superdome blackout that stopped the game for 34 minutes.
An executive with Kiehl’s said that 73 percent of customers who opted-in to receive location-based text alerts made a purchase after receiving one of these messages during a Mobile Commerce Daily webinar yesterday.
Would you have $47 million to make up for a mistake you made in your business? Or, for that matter, a client?
Whether businesses have a mobile strategy or not, there will always be a place for opt-in bulk SMS within their marketing mix.
For many consumers, mobile devices are the last fortress of privacy – the one place no one can get to them. The last thing they want is to be spammed by unwanted text messages.
We have all been there. It is that moment while you are out to dinner and you realize that you forgot your phone at home. How many calls will I miss? Text messages? Emails?
The ping of an email arriving in an inbox does not excite many anymore. In fact, often it has the opposite effect.
Text messaging has replaced the phone call as the preferred method of communication. In fact, in 2012, wireless carriers are likely to handle more text messages than mobile phone call minutes.
Convenience store chain Kangaroo Express is enhancing its loyalty program with QR codes and SMS to make it easier for customers to access content and special offers.