The FireText SMS Platform is packed with awesome features, that we are continuously developing in order to ensure your business can get the most out of your SMS campaigns. As a company, we believe personalisation is the key to a successful campaign as it ensures you’re engaging with your customers and standing out from competitors.
Little by little, the UK Government has begun to lift the restrictions in place for industries and all of our favourite spots have started to open. For everyone, it’s a relief that the world is beginning to return to normality, however, there is still the unknown lingering.
Slowly our world has started returning to normality, after spending several months in the unknown, the Government has finally given the go-ahead for the hospitality industry to open its doors to the public. However, despite the relief and excitement of the lockdown beginning to lift, safety measures are still a high priority.
Little by little the UK is easing its lockdown, however, plans around when gyms will be able to re-open remain vague. Although we may not know when people can re-enter, you could look to use SMS to help continue to engage with your customers.
Whoop, whoop we are now into the final countdown for when shops are able to re-open! So, here at FireText, we thought it would be helpful to put together some ideas of how SMS messaging could be utilised by retailers when their shop doors re-open again.
The Prime Minister recently made the announcement that changes to our current lockdown will start to be made, as the UK starts to edge back towards normality. With this being the case, now is the perfect time to start generating a recovery marketing plan to establish how to reach out to your customer base.
Knowing what to include in all Marketing campaigns can become confusing. The key thing to remember with your SMS Campaigns is they are as personal as it gets in the world of marketing and communicating with your customers and it is important that this is reflected within your text campaigns.
In light of the outbreak of COVID-19 businesses across the world are focused on ensuring the continuity of their services. As a business-critical supplier to so many organisations, we have provided the information below to highlight the steps we have taken to minimise and mitigate any potential disruption.