Business messaging in 2020 will be quite different from what you’re used to. Different, both from a business and a consumer perspective. Questions raised on both ends are “Will you notice?” and “Will it matter?”. In both cases the answer is: “Yes, it will!” And this is how.
From the very beginning of business, marketers have reached out to their community to create demand for their products and services. The larger the group of people you can reach in one placement, the more value you can get from a certain channel. The reach of marketing channels has been expanding over time; starting with newspaper ads and local radio reaching a region to new ad networks such as Facebook and Google reaching half the globe. And not only the reach is expanding, the insights into the audience, as measured in actual data about the individuals, is growing. Using this information, you can create very specific segmentations that will allow marketers to target those profiles that are highly relevant and receptive to your information.
You live in the age of unlimited possibilities when it comes to customer contact. With the digitalization of the world you are able to build up a very detailed profile of your customer and get to ‘know’ your consumer very well. It’s like how the local grocery shop owner used to know his customer in person, but now on massive scale. And that’s a very good thing I think. It closes the gap between traditional quality oriented shops and online price fighters. You can add more value to the consumers by understanding their needs, and consumers are willing to pay more for better fitting services and products.
About 74% of shoppers leave their shopping cart before checkout. What can you do to prevent people from abandoning these unsold items? Let me share my favourite tips and tricks to turn an abandoned shopping cart into an extra sales opportunity.
Mobile marketing no longer limits you to 160 characters. You can now increase conversion and customer engagement via mobile. Go beyond the 160 characters limitation of SMS and add a rich mobile landing page. Learn just how mobile offers more opportunities than you might expect with our 7 secrets to successful SMS marketing campaigns.
WhatsApp has finally opened the doors for business usage. How can I use it to the advantage of my business? What does it take for me to get on board? After reading this article, you will have no further questions and be able to start using WhatsApp Business right away!
You have probably heard the buzz around RCS. Rich Communication Services is the proclaimed follow-up of SMS and will enable companies to engage in rich conversations with their customers, without relying on third party messaging applications. Even though RCS is currently being deployed all around the world, there are still some mysteries surrounding this channel. Let’s have a look at the 5 biggest myths.
Is May 25th, 2018 – the day the GDPR went into effect – a day you don’t particularly like to look back on? Many companies still believe it is difficult to be GDPR compliant when sending out marketing messages to customers. Quite a pity, because being GDPR-compliant can be quite easy, using this practical guide.
What kind of events does your business organize? Whether it’s a festival, networking event, public event or business event. There’s not a single event organiser that wouldn’t be excited when 80% of tickets are sold in pre-sale. Let me share some of the best practices to boost your pre-sale.
Digital Transformation drives Brands to reach customers in real-time, via their preferred communication channels (SMS, Mail, Whatsapp, FB Messenger, RCS, etc) and support business scale-out. This can be realized by the brand’s existing systems within just minutes. How? Via a Communication Platform as a Service (CPaaS).