The first chamber of commerce ever was established by merchants, traders, and craftsmen in Marseille, France in 1599. It provided them a forum to discuss and tackle common challenges. Throughout the centuries, this representation of common interests has become the foundation of chambers of commerce worldwide.
Many businesses have looked at last year’s holiday trends to understand how to plan this year’s holiday campaigns. But I believe that looking to the past will not be enough anymore. The upcoming holiday season will look a little different this year. So today, let’s look at how start-ups and small businesses can use mobile marketing to engage with and inspire their customers.
Business cards have been around for five centuries and still matter. The small pieces of paper are still used by many people today for a reason. Business cards are an effective form of direct marketing and a valuable networking tool. They provide a quick way to share contact information and give people the ability to follow up.
People spend more time on their mobile phones than on any other device nowadays. Mobile phones allow us to stay connected, shop, or stay informed. The coronavirus pandemic has also encouraged a lot of people, who were forced to stay home, to resort to mobile wallets and online shopping while adopting mobile payments.
More women are becoming sports fans. And fans, in general, are demanding more engaging and immersive experiences. Sports marketing is shifting to new platforms. These are just some of the recent trends in sports event marketing. Using the right tactics, everyone can take advantage of them. So how can you keep your fans engaged and grow your audience?
If you create it, they will come, right? Not necessarily when it comes to surveys. Creating your survey is just the start. Then you have to figure out how to actually get your customers to take it. People receive tons of messages every week. So how do you cut through the noise and get them to pay attention to your survey? People are likely to take your survey if you are giving them what they want.
Do you consider to deploy an affordable mobile marketing strategy relying on mobile wallets instead of an expensive and time-consuming development of your own mobile app? Then this article is just for you. The options for businesses to promote their branded mobile wallet content are nearly endless …
Digital coupons are one of the main reasons why people get involved with brands via mobile phones. They are very good at bringing in new customers, boosting last-minute sales, and increasing the demand for products or services. Digital coupons for mobile wallets are also an effective marketing tool for increasing brand awareness.
Digital entry tickets for mobile wallets are the newest form of electronic ticketing. Instead of getting a PDF file or an image file to be stored somewhere on people’s phones, the digital ticket is shaped to be stored at a place people expect it. In their mobile wallet.
Sports clubs could take fandom to the next level. Just give the die-hard fans the best way to show their support every day. How? Why don’t you allow your ultimate fans to support your team by signing up for an ultimate digital fan card packed with game-changing features? Welcome to sports mobile marketing …
Nobody wants to fill out forms. Emails go often straight to the trash. The subscription process has to be easy. These are the thoughts that went through my mind while I was writing my first blog post earlier this year. So I created a digital subscription card for the mobile wallet.