Ahoy there, matey! If you're ready to set sail on the high seas of SMS marketing, you better make sure your ship is TCPA compliant.
Don't worry, it's not as complicated as it sounds! We've got your back and won't let you sink! In fact, it's super easy with our happy and upbeat guide to TCPA-compliant SMS marketing. So, let's get started and keep your text message marketing fun, happy, and compliant!
Are you feeling like a zero when it comes to SMS marketing? Don't worry, you're not alone.
According to recent statistics, only 29% of businesses use SMS marketing to reach their customers, despite the fact that SMS messages have a 98% open rate. That means there's a huge opportunity for businesses to become heroes with successful SMS Campaigns
But don't worry, you don't need to be a genius to be a SMS guru. With a little bit of know-how and a sense of humor, you can go from zero to SMS hero in no time.
If you operate an ecommerce store, chances are your online operations are powered by Shopify. After all, some 4.4 million websites around the world use Shopify and generated some $79.5 billion in revenue in 2022 alone. It’s the first choice for many people, from homemakers operating a business from home to renowned celebrities such as David Beckham.
Shopify offers a wide range of customization so you can put your mark on your online store. What’s more, the Shopify app store offers more than 7000 applications, such as Facebook Messenger chat apps, to help you achieve that customization. This allows specialist and niche businesses to build a global brand that serves their customers well and offers the highest quality products as well as great customer service.
While Shopify makes it easy for you to set up and operate an online store, including customizable, easy-to-use themes, there is still a lot of work you have to do yourself. One crucial area in maintaining a successful ecommerce business is communication – in particular, letting your existing customers and subscribers know about special offers, new products, or other information via newsletters.
Here, we look at six ecommerce newsletter ideas that will make your emails stand out and lead to higher conversion rates and revenue.
So—you’ve got your eCommerce website, your Shopify apps, and your niche market selling smartphone accessories. Life is good.
What’s even better is that the size of the US smartphone accessories market is forecast to grow to 74.43 billion U.S. dollars by 2026. To get a nice slice of this profitable pie, you need to do more than just dabble in website marketing.
The goal of eCommerce marketing is to harness promotional tactics to generate awareness of your brand while increasing profits and sales.
Happily, this guide is here to help.
With eight steps to success in eCommerce website marketing, you’ll learn how to effectively promote your website, drive more sales, and become an overnight success (okay, perhaps not overnight, but this will definitely help).
Chat commerce history goes back a little over 20 years and is founded at the convergence of mobile phones and the internet. That convergence is now seamless, so it’s easy to forget that less than 25 years ago, phones and the internet were two very different worlds. Phones were for talking and texting, and the internet was for browsing and commerce. Phones and computers weren’t connected and didn’t interoperate.
eCommerce has seen phenomenal growth & changes over the last few years, mostly because of the Covid-19 pandemic. The worldwide revenue of ecommerce amounted to more than 3.53 trillion USD. It is projected to grow all the way to 6.54 trillion by the end of 2023. These numbers speak for themselves about the growth of global ecommerce. Here are some trends that your business should embrace to not fall behind.