Mobile Marketing with MindMe is Painless
One for all and all for one. Create one message and blast it out to all of your customers with one click. It’s smarter to share it with a group! “Get your beach body rocking! Stop by this week for 1 FREE session with a personal trainer.”
Sometimes we forget things. We're only human after all. Help your customers so they never forget something important again. With appointment reminders, notifications, and friendly messages you'll stay more connected with your customers and they'll stay on track.
Having a slow day? Use MindMe to send a coupon directly to your customers to jump start your business. They get it in seconds, you get same day results. “Stop by today and redeem this coupon for 50% off your next meal”
Your Keyword is your company’s mobile address. Just like your email and phone number are ways customers contact you, Keywords are how they text your business. Try it for yourself - "Text 'MINDME' to 26786 to see how it works"
A picture is worth a thousand words. With MindMe you can enrich each text by attaching an image. Deliver a more powerful message to your customers. Are you throwing an event? Attach your flyer and send it to all your subscribers, instantly.
REAL ESTATE AGENT
Jim Stevenson, a realtor from Denver uses text message marketing on his for sale signs. Prospective buyers text his keyword and instantly receive a message with the house specs and a link to a mobile web page with pictures and videos. Foot traffic used to be impossible for him to measure, now he is able to build a list of leads for every listed property effortlessly.
Victor West, a used car salesman from Detroit puts individual mobile keywords on each of his car’s windshields. As people walk through the lot, they text in to see additional details about the car before approaching the salesman. Those who texted in were automatically assigned to his list so he knew what kind of car they were potentially interested in buying.
Angelica Preston, a personal trainer from San Diego sends reminders to her clients to cut down on missed appointments since no-shows were losing her a lot of money. She’s found that clients enjoy receiving the friendly reminders, and she is happy that people are now notifying her well in advance so she can fill any potential vacancies.
A restaurant manager in NYC, Caren Miller uses her keyword on display signs around her deli. Customers text the keyword to receive daily specials. She sends out a coupon every Friday to keep her patrons coming in weekly. On gloomy days she texts a ‘Rainy Day Special’ to overcome slow business.