Grab Customers, based in Tempe, Arizona announced the launch of their new SMS text message marketing service for customers in the USA and Canada.
More details can be found at https://grabcustomers.com/text-message-marketing
The latest launch aims to help local small businesses build their customer base and generate more business by simply sending out a text broadcast with a special offer.
The service works in 4 steps and can be activated within three days.
The first step is offering a small discount or a free offer, encouraging users to text back a phrase to a phone number. From there, that person will text the number and get an immediate text back with a code to claim the deal in person or via phone.
That would lead to them being added to the business’s marketing list. Lastly, anytime the need to generate more customers arises, the business simply needs to send out a new text message with a special offer. It will be delivered to anyone who has ever opted in.
Text message marketing can benefit any type of business, from restaurants and beauty salons to pharmacies and markets.
This service is known to provide better results than any other form of marketing. Research shows that 98% of text messages get opened and read within 3 minutes of being received. Along with that, text messages have a 45% response rate, as opposed to email which has a 6% response rate.
The customer also has the option to opt out of those marketing messages, simply by replying back with text “stop”. Then the system will remove that person’s number from the marketing list.
Grab Customers also offers a monthly press release bonus service to further enhance business visibility at Google local area and dominate the business’s niche. There is also the option to upgrade to their social media posting upgrade service for daily posting to Facebook and Twitter to spread the word about the business.
For more information, please visit https://grabcustomers.com/sms-marketing-service/
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