Reach consumers on the move.
There are three things virtually everyone takes with them when they leave the house: keys, wallet and phone. Mobile devices are the ultimate way to stay connected wherever you go. Text messaging is one of the most convenient ways to stay in touch with your customers and attract new ones.
Did you know?
- Nearly 250 million Americans sent text messages today (nearly all of your customers likely text). (Nielson)
- Approximately 5 billion are sent every day and over 2 trillion (yes, trillion) were sent last year! (Nielson)
- Text messaging is not restricted to younger consumers. The average 45-year old sends more text messages than phone calls from their mobile device. (Nielson)
- Local advertisers are expected to spend $500 million in mobile marketing this year, nearly double the amount spent last year. (Borrell and Associates)
Mobile gets attention
As part of an effective multimedia approach mobile marketing connects you with current and potential
customers. Our team will help you create a mobile campaign that can trigger an immediate call to action.
Stay in touch
Once they opt in to your exclusive mobile database your customers can then “pull” information from you
on-demand. You also have the ability to “push” relevant offers their way, deepening your ongoing relationship with them.
We invite you to speak with – or text – one of our Account Managers today to discover how mobile can be an effective and efficient part of your overall marketing strategy.
What Our Clients Are Saying...
"The team at SCM impressed me from the very first meeting with their knowledge of the online industry. What has impressed me even more than their knowledge is their agility and flexibility in dealing with a complicated approval process and changing parameters for our corporate website. The team is deadline-sensitive, bottom-line conscious, and they're a joy to work with. I'd recommend SCM to anyone looking to leverage the Internet and social media to their company's benefit."Jay Witherspoon
Director of Marketing