The success of Genius SMS has been our ability to automatically embed short links in an SMS which allow you to promote and share your business and products with current and prospective customers. As a consequence, it is vitally important that people trust the links they receive in these SMS messages.
There’s no arguing with the facts: over 98% of mobile users will read a business-based SMS. But why do users trust a text? And where does this leave email marketing?
Genius SMS is a nimble, easy-to-use tool that incorporates images, GIFs, YouTube videos or pre-populated PDF information flyers into an SMS.
The very first SMS ever sent simply said “Merry Christmas”. It was sent by British engineer, Neil Papworth on 3rd December 1992 from a computer to a mobile phone.
It is our pleasure to introduce you to the latest Plugin update. The primary goals of this update were to improve speed and usability of Plugin as well as introduce some new features, all in preparation for future updates.
Restaurants have experienced a successful transition over to mobile marketing with quite impressive results. Sms marketing is now the premium choice due to ease of sending SMSs, low labour costs and possibility of target marketing by mining region specific mobile records.
There is a large gap in the marketing industry for lead generation SMSs as approximately 80% of consumers haven't received SMS marketing messages from their favourite brands.
Every day clients are bombarded with day to day marketing which makes effective mobile advertising a challenge. The most successful dealerships have moved over to mobile marketing as it is well suited for this industry.
Today, one of the most preferred methods of communication is SMS or text messaging and brands of all sizes have added an SMS campaign to their marketing strategy. If your business has yet to add the SMS channel, here are eight reasons why you can’t go without it any longer.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is a term that describes the expanding machine-to-machine automated communication opportunities. It all comes together with connecting receptors or sensors, and different devices and machine systems to establish programmed functionality between these networks.