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Ideas For Using Mobile Marketing For The Best Results

March 7, 2013

Mobile marketing can be very intimidating to someone that has never done it before. It can easily lead to a bit of information overload because of all of the resources available to new marketers. Below are some tips to assist you in getting all of this information organized so that you can start marketing effectively.

To make sure every customer can get the most out of your ads, test them on a variety of devices. What looks good on one kind of phone might not look good on a different kind of device. Ask friends and your employees to test out your ads for you so that you can confirm they look great on every device.

Balance your mobile marketing within an integrated media strategy. Mobile marketing alone will not take your brand to the next level. Neither will direct mail or internet marketing alone. You need to develop a multi-channel strategy that works in harmony with each other to really tell the story of your brand. If you feel your mobile marketing strategy is acting on its own, now is the time to bring it into your larger marketing strategy.

You should be focusing on all your stats as a mobile marketer and not just a few popular ones. Measure your entire success, meaning your repeat usage, bounce rate, unique visitors, and your more popular stats like downloads, opens, activations and registrations. You want a feel for it all here.

Make people who signed up to your mobile campaign special. Send them discounts and offers that will be available to this group only. This will encourage them to keep opening your messages, and perhaps attract new people towards your mobile marketing campaign. Make sure these special offers are relevant to the interests of the group you are targeting.

Consider leveraging geo-location if your business supports this type of mobile marketing. If you have a physical business space, using geo-location to push location specific marketing to nearby customers can be a great way to draw in unplanned business. If a potential customer is nearby and receives targeted marketing messages based on their current location and nearby sales or promotions, they are more likely to drop in.

Look for fun new ways to encourage your customers to interact with your company, through your mobile marketing campaign. Invite customers to use their phone to snap a quick photo of themselves, while enjoying your product and then, offer a prize or discount to the participants with the most creative and unique pictures.

Social media is not a buyer's market; it's essentially a large, ongoing conversation that you will need to participate in as a mobile marketer. You cannot be the proverbial salesman here. Instead, you really have to be a mobile user much more than a marketer. This means you need to focus more on communication and less on being authoritative.

Hopefully, these tips have provided you with some very valuable information, as well as given you a way to organize all of the thoughts and information you may have already had on mobile marketing. Keeping these tips in mind when you start marketing can help you one day become a very successful mobile marketer.

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