Are you tired of people telling you about how great mobile marketing is? Maybe you set up an email campaign and optimized it (sort of), but the return on investment was abysmal. Or perhaps you’re still holding out because you’re afraid of taking a wrong step with mobile and wasting money. Whatever your story is, Reachmail’s new infographic can help – by telling you all of the different ways that businesses really put their foot in it when creating mobile email campaigns.
The big heavyweight fight, Email Marketing VS Mobile Marketing. If you’re wondering which is more responsive, more effective, more convenient and which is flourishing and growing, then this article hopes to answer some of those questions. There will be no sugar coating, no favoritism, or looking at things through rose tinted glasses. We’ll be examining just cold, hard, stats and facts to see which medium wins the battle for most effective marketing channel. Ding ding, round 1.
We all spend time using Facebook on our phones, and sometimes we find pieces of content that would be great to share to our Facebook Page. Here's how.
If you aren't familiar with QR Codes, they're the square black and white abstract-looking images that you'll sometimes see on posters, ads and flyers. Using any one of the many scanning apps available, you can use your smartphone to scan the code. Once scanned, the "quick response barcode" will trigger the browser on your device to open a specific link programmed into the QR Code.
That's a great question that was recently asked within the Strategic Social Networking community on Google+. To answer a question like this, we're going to need to delve a bit into what, exactly, mobile marketing is, and then see how that can play nicely with whatever you're doing (or not yet doing) on social networks.