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Mobile Campaign for Restaurant Marketing

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Did you ever wonder why the not-so-good restaurant across the street has more customers than your very-classy-yet-affordable restaurant? The other restaurant probably has an effective restaurant marketing strategy.

Conventional advertising methods may be expensive but there are better and more effective alternatives to these advertising techniques. If you want people to know more about your restaurant and take advantage of your great meal promos and deals, then why not use a mobile campaign for restaurant marketing?

Restaurant marketing needs not be very expensive. With a mobile campaign, you can create great advertisements and be able to reach a whole lot of people compared to traditional methods of
marketing. A mobile campaign allows you to reach out to your customers at a more individualized level.

With this kind of advertising strategy, your customers have control over the kind of advertisements they receive from your business. If a customer only wants to receive information on your lunch specials, she’d have a greater possibility of responding to your lunch special ads than as compared to you sending out generic advertisements.

With mobile marketing, you can send out specific advertisements at specific times of the day. This means, you can send lunch meal promos and dinner rates during hours that your customers might be figuring out what to have for that meal, making it convenient for your busy customers to decide to eat at your restaurant because they receive not only a deal but also a reminder that you’re out there!

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Mobile Campaign for Restaurant Marketing


Written by Casey McConnell

October 11, 2010 at 12:51 pm

Text Marketing Loyalty Program

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Although most of us are still in shorts, many businesses will already be thinking about the holiday rush.  One way to start building or increase your customer base and take advantage of this year’s busy season is to create a text marketing loyalty program.

While loyalty programs have been around for a long while, using text marketing can re-energize your existing program or help kick-start a new one.  It’s quick, convenient, direct, cost-effective and provides an efficient communication tool long after the sale.

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Written by courtneyalexasmith

August 18, 2010 at 4:47 pm

Local Deals Direct to your Mobile Phone

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Mobile marketing company, Qittle(TM), has made it easy to save money in your own town and on the go.  With the population still coming to grips with the recession (trying to save pennies, picking up extra jobs), quick and easy coupons are a hot commodity.  

Qittle has created a program called “Local Deals”, whereby each person opting into the program will receive one text message per week (on Wednesdays) offering a deeply discounted product or service from a local business.  This quick and easy mobile coupon changes every week but remains relative to local businesses only.   Opting out is as easy as replying “STOP” to the same number.

Not only does the Local Deals program aide consumers, but benefits to the businesses include increased traffic, word of mouth advertising, up-sell opportunities upon redemption of the coupon and inexpensive marketing placement through Qittle.

At this time, Qittle has already put in place several Local Deals programs throughout US cities (Aspen, CO, Pasadena, CA, Wausau, WI, Asheville, NC) and plans to continue the program across the country. 

For more information, click here:  http://qittle.com/my_local_deals_business.html.

Put Mobile on Your Christmas List

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A recent article in Mobile Commerce Daily highlights to retailers the importance of utilizing mobile marketing for 2010 the holiday season.  As the article states,   “For the first time there are more smartphones than desktop computers being sold, according to IDC. The desktop is dying and smartphones are the way of the future. More people are going to carry them around and that is a powerful opportunity for retailers.”

And this year, retailers may choose text messaging to communicate with customers and also now have the opportunity to expand creatively through multiple forms of mobile marketing such as downloadable applications, mobile web and mobile commerce.

According to Andrew Koven, president of ecommerce and customer experience at Steve Madden, New York, there is still time to set up a mobile site and strategy for the holidays.  “Decide what your business objectives are – store location, direct sales of products, presentation of special offers, how-to information for the holidays, and support the opportunity for consumers to engage with you in some way via mobile.

“Just get started,” he said.

To read more, click here:   http://www.mobilecommercedaily.com/why-retailers-need-to-be-mobile-for-the-2010-holidays/

To get started, contact Qittle(TM) at www.qittle.com

Try Text Marketing Free

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Written by Casey McConnell

August 4, 2010 at 8:24 am

Does it cost to text message?

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Written by Casey McConnell

June 24, 2010 at 7:22 am

Posted in new media, Qittle, Text

Snowmass Village Chili Pepper and Brew Fest 2010

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Snowmass Village Chili and Brew Fest 2010 with Text Voting from Qittle

Written by Casey McConnell

June 6, 2010 at 5:53 pm