You may have read recently that Google, the Internet behemoth, just purchased a large mobile marketing company for a big payout of $750,000,000. This should clearly tell business owners both online and offline that mobile SMS marketing should no longer be ignored and that its future is potentially unlimited.
Google feels this is the quick and cost-effective tool for the distribution of your mobile ads, key financial text alerts or church communication to smartphones, cell phones, connected mobile devices, desktops, laptops, netbooks, and iPads. https://www.wikihow.com/Tithe-on-a-Budget
The interesting thing about mobile ads via SMS marketing is that although it may not be the most flashy medium you have seen lately, it does provide what most patrons and members want and that is one-on-one, uninterrupted dialogue with the business or church of their choice when they want or need assistance.
What is really exciting about text SMS messages and mobile text marketing is that it goes hand in hand so perfectly with practically any Internet, print and video marketing a business may be currently doing. Not to mention the unequaled response rates Internet marketers and small business owners are experiencing.
One reason for this possible higher response rate is that consumers have to opt-in to receive whatever SMS marketing campaign or church communication that they are seeking. This is true permission based marketing which avoids spam and creates a newly formed direct communication channel.
And for churches, these text alerts can be sent in a dignified manner. This is crucial and important when it comes to communicating with members about future sermons, prayer requests, birth, baptismal and death announcements, funding raising events and any emergencies that may affect their members and the local community.
Now getting back to the cell phone advertising perspective, the profitability factor is probably one of the most attractive factors for the small business owner. Many have seen a boost in sales ranging from 8 to 42 percent depending on the industry and how regularly they utilize their new mobile number.
These marketing statistics are based on numbers national and local business owners are currently doing and when you think about it this only makes sense when you consider that close to 90 percent of all text SMS messages are read by the consumer usually within minutes of receiving the alert. Overall, close to 99 percent of these messages will be read usually within a couple of hours.
The old mentality of selling is slowly going away according to Google and advertising executives. Running expensive print ads and television ads is not returning the profits they did 20 to 30 years ago. Small business owners do well to grasp this newer way of selling and staying in touch with their current and future customers as this is how they want to be communicated with.
But keeping all things in perspective, you are probably not a Fortune 500 company yet. But the good news is that you no longer have to have their type of budget to use mobile SMS marketing effectively. It is now quite affordable for every small business owner in the United States to try it out and use.
Your cost for this incredible technology can be less than 27 cents to 3 dollars per day depending on what company you go with and the features you are looking for. And with 52,083 text messages being sent every second of the day, the plain truth is mobile ads are not going away.
There are other facets of this marketing platform that will help you build your business. Take for example the automatic advertising some companies do for you via mobile websites and apps. Plus many SMS advertising services will actually build you a database of excited buyers organization members. This makes it convenient to send permission-based bulk notices instead of doing each one by hand.
By taking a closer look at whether text marketing would benefit your business or church, just look at the company you would be in. These are just some of the other successful companies using this SMS marketing media venue starting with national soft drink companies, restaurants, grocery chains, retail stores, banks, charitable and church organizations and churches themselves. Most people have gone mobile and maybe it is time you do as well.