Did you know that we check our phone 85 times per day, on average?
What does that mean for your SMS
A pretty impressive number: 97%.
Even 80% of Millennials say their phone is the first thing they check when they wake up.
The point is that people keep their phones handy and are always ready to use them to find information or check the latest social media updates.
Plus, open rates for texts vastly surpass email (which dwindles at 24%).
If you aren’t, let us share with you some of the benefits of our text system. You can use it to:
Capture your customers’ and prospects’ cell numbers, names, and birth dates automatically, so you can market to them monthly, weekly or even daily. When you have 500 or more Fan Club
members that you can contact quickly and expensively (for as little as 1.1 cents per message), you can create cash on demand. Imagine eliminating your frustrating cash-flow problems once and for all.
Send a message to hundreds of customers as easily as to one person whether immediately or at a specified date and time in the future.
Send happy birthday wishes
to your customers a certain number of days before their birthdays to build stronger relationships with them.
Confirm your customers’ reservations to minimize the number of no-shows.
Have two-way chats with customers and prospects to provide them with exceptional service.
Get valuable feedback from them automatically.
Make it fun for customers to do business with you by offering contests.
Replace your paper loyalty program (if you have one) with an electronic system to encourage your customers to visit your place or order online more often. They can sign up by text or on a special webpage and check their points easily.
Make a QR (Quick Response)
code that your prospects and customers can scan with their cell phones to get your contact details. It’s 2018, so replace your paper business cards
with a virtual one that your customers can carry on their mobile phones.
Drive customers to your restaurant, bar, café, pub or online ordering system during slow periods.
Sell the ingredients before they expire to minimize your food wastage.