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March 06, 2012

Ways To Use Mobile At A Trade Show

We wanted to point your way to a great post over at MarketingProfs, Four Ways to Use Mobile at Your Next Tradeshow Booth. Our favorite tip?

2. Allow attendees to use their own devices to interact with your content

What better way to get people engaged with your content and your offering than by enabling them to use their own smartphones and tablets to interact directly with your booth?

Incorporate more traditional mobile marketing tactics, such as polls or text-to-win contests, with a custom-branded app. Give your booth a unique check-in so that attendees can share their experience via social media. Stay active on social media yourself by monitoring event hashtags on Twitter, for example, or even creating one of your own.

Find all the tips at MarketingProfs. Visit Club Texting to learn more about text message marketing for trade shows.

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Thanks! There're many useful links here! Very good.

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