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November 25, 2014

The Proof is in the Numbers: Why Text Message Marketing Works

There's no getting around it: Americans are addicted to their cell phones. It's hard to walk around a busy sidewalk without bumping into somebody with their nose buried into their phone. Walking around without a cell phone is likely to bring nervous, cold sweats and a desire to return to the safety of home quickly.

The good news is that this presents a terrific opportunity for businesses to use text message marketing to reach an over-increasing audience. Before delving into the implications of this epidemic, let's take a look at some statistics:

The Numbers Don't Lie

The statistics about cell phones in America are startling. Recent research found that in the United States, an estimated 90% of adults own a cell phone, and an estimated 58% own a smartphone.

Here are some additional statistics about cell phone use in America:

 

    • 2 out of 3 people check their phones for messages even when they don't receive a notification.

 

    • 29% of owners say they couldn't live without their cell phone.

 

    • 98% of Americans between the ages of 18-29 own a cell phone, and 97% of Americans aged between 30-49 own one.

 

    • 34% of Americans use their phones as their primary internet device.

 



Could these statistics just prove that Americans are addicted to technology in general? Possibly, but there is still a larger opportunity in text message marketing than other methods. Compared to the 90% of Americans with a cell phone, only 83.8% of American families have a computer in their home as of the 2013 census.

It's clear that cell phones are a major part of our daily life, and it's our duty as marketers to take advantage of that.


No matter how much we wish they did, numbers never lie!

Text Messages Are Perfect For Our Brains

The National Center for Biotechnology Information, located in the U.S. Library of Medicine, found that the average human's attention span has dropped 33% between 2000 and 2013. This leaves us with an average attention span of only 8 seconds.

Text messages fit this new mentality perfectly. A text message can be easily opened, scanned, processed, and deleted. Email messages or other, lengthier marketing materials take more effort and are more likely to be ignored. By taking advantage of our increasing need to process information quickly, you will find that less can be more.


Text messages are like perfect little appetizers for your brain!

Nobody Reads Emails

Not only are we dependent on our cell phones, but we trust our text messages much more. MailChimp conducted a survey on email open rate by industry, and found that rates varied from a 13.2% open rate (daily deals and e-coupons) to 30.71% (hobbies). The majority of open rates fell between 20% and 25%.

Consider, however, what happens when you receive a text message. It's usually opened right away, and read before it's deleted. There's no spam filter blocking your messages and making it difficult to reach your targets. In fact, it's estimated that a text message's read rate is 98%!

It's clear that there is significant opportunity for text message marketing. If you want to give it a try for your business, we'll give you the chance to do so for free! Sign up for your free trial by clicking here!

November 23, 2014

3 Lessons Learned From Starbucks' SMS Marketing

Starbucks is one of the most popular brands in the United States, but did you know that they're also an innovator when it comes to SMS marketing? Starbucks was one of the first companies to fully embrace mobile applications, and they continued their mobile focus by launching several successful SMS marketing campaigns.

Here are three lessons that you can learn from the success of Starbucks:

SMS Helps Increase Brand Loyalty

Major companies are investing in mobile marketing efforts, such as SMS, to help boost their brand loyalty. By closely tying in SMS marketing to mobile apps, loyalty memberships and exclusive perks, customers will have more reasons to choose your brand and return repeatedly.

After Starbucks SMS marketing push, they found that their mobile sales had increased a whopping 75% over last year. In addition, they found that twice as many customers were using their mobile app for payments (ten million people total). Because of the SMS campaign, these customers are now more fully integrated with Starbucks, and much more likely to continue returning to them.


SMS marketing campaigns sometimes feel like they're printing money!

It Helps You Stay Relevant

One of the most difficult challenges marketers face is staying relevant in an increasingly agile world. Marketing campaigns can be outdated before they go live, but SMS marketing is instant. Starbucks was able to take advantage of this by launching an extremely successful campaign for iced coffee drinks throughout the summer. They offered coupon codes, happy hours, and random deals throughout the summer. They added to the campaign by adding humorous, surprising touches, like a picture of a cat in outer space.

Starbucks has also had great success with their 12 Days of Christmas promotion where they offered a different gift for sale each week. Some of the most popular items they offered included refillable coffee mugs that could be used throughout the next month of January. By offering deals to drive the Starbucks brand for Christmas gifts, they were also able to incentivize the recipients of the gifts to return often the next month- turning them into customers, as well!

SMS Marketing Works Hand-In-Hand With Social Media

One of the reasons that Starbucks' SMS campaigns are successful is their terrific integration with social media. Starbucks uses their online presence to drive traffic to SMS, and vice-versa. This provides a great opportunity to grow your social media presence while also focusing on customer loyalty and sales!

This is how Starbucks was able to leverage their social media presence:

 

    • Offering incentives. Many of the opt-in forms posted by Starbucks promised gifts, coupons, or other promotions. Incentives have been proven to drive email subscriptions, so it isn't surprising that it would help boost SMS subscriptions, too.

 

    • Using media to stand out. Starbucks was able to grab attention by posting Facebook pictures of frappuncinos with faces in them, and tweeting pictures of dogs with coffee on a beach. The pictures were relevant, humorous, and demanded attention.

 

    • Drove awareness. Throughout their summer campaign, Starbucks continued to send out social media messages, which continued to get shared, favorited, and commented on. Their tight, relevant marketing message reached enough people to have a significant effect on mobile sales and app signups.

 




Social media is an SMS marketer's greatest ally!

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November 20, 2014

5 Effective Tips for Marketing with Coupons

Americans have come to expect coupons. It's part of the shopping experience. But even if you have a global reach, everyone appreciates a good deal. The problem most marketers have is using coupons without devaluing the brand. Can it be done? Yes! Use these five tips to bring in business with coupons.


Coupons are a marketer's best friend.

1. Offer Coupons to Make Your Customers Feel Good

Who doesn't enjoy getting a good deal? Coupons evoke positive feelings in shoppers, and happy customers are likely to buy more and come back for repeat visits. Simply put, using coupons helps shoppers feel good about their purchases.

2. Encourage Shoppers to Try New Products or Services at Lower Prices

People work hard for their money, and they're hesitant to spend it on products or services that they've never tried before. But offering a discount can encourage people to try your product or service when they would have never done so at the regular price.

3. Build Your Customer List Using Coupons

If you want loyal customers, you have to build up your preferred customers lists. One of the best ways to encourage shoppers to sign up for future promotions is to offer a high-value coupon for their next shopping visit. For example, some stores offer coupons for 50% off a regularly priced item or $5 off $25 or more for the customer's next visit after list signup.

4. Target Former and Existing Customers with Enticing Discounts

Some customers drift away over time. They may be shopping with your competitors, or perhaps they don't feel they have a need for your product or service right now. A coupon can attract existing customers who need a reminder or nudge and can even bring back old customers if the price is right. Continue to offer rewards to encourage customer loyalty.

5. Help Customers Save Time by Offering Mobile Coupons

A coupon's value is based not only on its face value, but also in how much time it takes to find the coupon (and in the case of traditional coupons, clip and organize them). Help your customers save time by offering a mobile coupon instead of a paper one. Not only are mobile coupons more convenient, they're 10 times more likely to be redeemed than traditional coupons. They're also easier to keep up with because mobile phone users have their phones with them an average of 22 hours a day.


Get coupons to your customers quickly via SMS messages.

Last year, more than 66 million digital coupons were redeemed. Isn't it time you started using coupons in your marketing? We can get the word out fast with our mass texting service.

November 15, 2014

4 Times Mass Text Messaging Beats Email

While some companies choose to utilize email as a means of communicating with potential and current customers, many more are finding that mass texting is a better option. Mass text messaging services offer many benefits and make for easy communication. Here are four times when mass texting easily beats emailing.

Last Minute Schedule Change

If you're holding an event and have a last-minute schedule change, you want to make sure that as many people as possible are informed. Some businesses may choose to email these changes, but not everyone may see the email in time! With the use of mass text messaging, you can get the changes sent to everyone's phones right away.

Since so many people have cell phones with them at all times, they will be very likely to see a text message pop up on their phone and get the location, time, or date change instantly.


If you need to alert individuals of a schedule change as soon as possible, texting is the way to go!


Fast Responses Needed

There may come a time when you need an answer quickly. Whether you're asking for someone to come help at an event or you're polling your customers to learn their opinion, you will likely want to get results fast. With text messaging, this is possible.

Think about how many times you've likely sent out important emails in the past only to get responses day later or no response at all. With texting, you're making it easier for individuals to communicate with you quickly so that you get the information that you need.

Last Minute Deals and Offers

At some point, you may decide to offer a special deal or discount to potential customers. This is a great way to get more people through your doors and increase sales during a slower time of year. With the use of text messaging, you can reach potential customers more quickly.

An email message may sit in their inboxes for a long time or it may never even get read. A text message, on the other hand, is easy to look at. You can include a code or secret message in order to entice people to take advantage of the deal once in the checkout line.


Share a great deal with text message marketing.


Add Subscribers Instantly

With text message marketing, it's pretty easy to add new subscribers. If you're a restaurant for example, you can place signs at each table offering a percentage discount to individuals who subscribe to the text messaging club. You can provide a code number for individuals to text and they will be instantly added to the subscription service once they send a message.

This is a great way to get more potential customers interested in your marketing messages more easily. With email, it's more difficult to have messages sent automatically to new subscribers.

As you can see, mass text messaging is often the best way to communicate. You can reach a large number of people quickly and are more likely to have your message be read.

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October 31, 2014

3 Ways Small Business Can Tap Into The Power of Text Message Marketing

If you haven't considered SMS marketing for your business, take a look at the following statistics. Among 18 to 44-year olds who have smartphones, 79 percent have them with them 22 hours a day. Not all mobile phones are smartphones, of course, but 81 percent of mobile customers use SMS messaging. That's a huge market, and as you can see, it's not just for teenagers. If you want to tap into this market, keep reading for three ways you can use text message marketing in your business.


Smartphone users almost always have their devices on hand. SMS marketing is a great way to reach these highly connected users.

1. Use text messages for time-sensitive communications.

If you're having a slow day and want to offer customers a discount for stopping by, text messaging is the perfect way to get that message to your customers. Of course, with time sensitive messages, you want to give your customers enough time to take advantage of the offer. If you plan to offer half off milkshakes from 6 pm - 8 pm, for instance, your message should be sent early in the day so customers can plan accordingly.

2. Use SMS marketing programs to reward loyal customers.

People value their phone privacy. If a customer has given you his or her mobile number - a number that allows you to reach the customer any time, day or night - you can bet that person is a loyal customer. So, with that in mind, you should make your text messages meaningful, valuable and timely. Don't interrupt dinnertime, for instance, with a text message. And don't send SMS messages for every little promotion you offer - save it for big discounts, free upgrades and other VIP offers.

3. Use text messages to remind customers of appointments.

If your business is service-based, SMS reminders are a convenient, non-intrusive way to remind patients and clients of their appointments. These services are popular with dentists, stylists and other professionals that operate on a tight schedule. Offering text appointment reminders is a great way to build your SMS marketing list, too.


Offering appointment reminders is a great way to build your text message marketing list.

Before you jump into text message marketing, keep these things in mind:

• Establish a relationship with clients first. Text message marketing doesn't work well for cold leads.
• Provide social login options to make it easy for customers to log in and interact with your site when clicking a link from a text message.
• Use SMS marketing in conjunction with your campaigns across social media, email and your website for the greatest effectiveness.

Remember, text messages are a communication medium that people consider extremely important. Users open 98 percent of their SMS messages, and most are opened in three minutes or less. Provide value and engage your customers, and you'll have a happy and effective SMS marketing list.

October 25, 2014

From Fast Food to Fine Dining: Why Your Restaurant Needs SMS Marketing

The key to the success of any restaurant is developing a reputation that keeps current and new customers coming back. Word of mouth for a restaurant can mean the difference between success and failure. At Club Texting, we can put together an SMS text marketing campaign that will bring business to your restaurant and keep your business growing.

According to Mobile Marketing Watch, nearly nine out of every 10 text message recipients open the messages they receive. With Club Texting's SMS text marketing expertise, you can start generating more business for your fast food or fine dining restaurant and build the kind of reputation you have always wanted.


Get your restaurant marketing message in front of hungry customers.

Text Messages Are Environmentally Friendly

Since you are trying to establish a positive reputation for your restaurant, you should start with the fact that SMS text marketing does not waste paper or other materials. This environmentally friendly angle is extremely important to a large contingency of potential clients and will help to enhance your restaurant's reputation.

Text Messages Are Instant

People often make their meal plans in an instant. In some cases, you can get people to clip a coupon from the newspaper and then make the trek out to your location, but you can bring in even more customers if you cut down on the amount of work a customer has to do to enjoy your food.

A text message is delivered in an instant and you can have customers show your text message at the door of your restaurant to receive instant discounts. Your customers never have to worry about clipping coupons and you get to attract that crowd who is not sure what they want to do for lunch.

Text Messages Are Effective

According to Mobile Marketing Ratings, a restaurant owner can spend a small amount of money on a text messaging campaign and see big results.

For example, if you decide to put out an SMS text marketing message that offers a free drink with every meal purchased, then you know that at least 90 percent of those messages will be read. When new customers start cashing in that coupon to take advantage of the deal, that is when you will see the significant return on your text marketing message.


Fill your restaurant with happy customers by using SMS text marketing.

Text Messages Are Easy

Most restaurant owners are used to having to pay high prices for glossy newspaper ads that include coupons and color graphics. But with text messaging, all you need to do is write up a very short message and then reap the rewards. Text messaging is extremely simple and Club Texting can show you how to turn a very concise marketing message into a significant increase in business.

Whether your restaurant serves fine cuisine or you pride yourself on owning the best burger joint in town, you can benefit from the power of SMS text marketing. You will be able to reach a large audience who will read and respond to your message. When compared to the costs of doing most traditional forms of marketing, SMS text marketing is extremely cost effective and has a very high return on investment.

George N Root III is a professional freelance writer who has expertise in topics such as Internet marketing, business, advertising, and personal finance.

October 20, 2014

How the Right Text Service Can Simplify Your Marketing Strategy

Everyone's glued to their phones these days, and that fact can make your business money. Here's why:

Texts are proven to be the fastest way to get in front of your prospects and customers, since most messages are read within 10 minutes of being received. Now, texting isn't your only marketing option of course, so let's talk through some of the other most common outreach options available:

Three Familiar Ways to Remind Customers You Exist


"Nice to meet you... remember me?"

There's many, many options for reaching out to your prospects and customers these days, and they each have their pros and cons. But do keep in mind that depending on what you're selling, a multi-pronged approach may provide the best results, rather than depending on just one contact method.

Some well known options available to you:

Call Me, Maybe?

Cold calling has worked, and continues to work, to create new customers. But like many things, it's not as easy as it used to be, and you need to be prepared to put in a lot of time working the list and dealing with (often very rude) rejections.

In a nutshell: Cold calling is a tried and true, but slow and expensive way to build a business. Plus it requires a skin as thick as a rhino's.

However, if you're working from a list of warm prospects, or even better calling your customer list, the entire experience can be radically different. In this instance you may find they're delighted to hear from you and make the time to talk to you at length, for the simple reason that by now they're pretty sure you can help them.

And depending on the type of business you're in, actually speaking to your prospects and your customers may be vital for maintaining, and developing, the relationship. You're unlikely to secure a multi-million dollar contract without speaking to your customer, of course!

Snail Mail Gets There in the End

Sometimes getting something physical into the hands of your prospects or customers can really help you stand out from the crowd. Of course whatever you send out will have a lot of competition in the mailbox so don't rest on your laurels just yet. But a few tips for helping your mail get opened, and read, include:

 

    • Hand writing the address.

 

    • Using an actual stamp.

 

    • Sending it in a way that requires a signature. Even potentially using a courier service like Federal Express.

 


Direct mail is generally not a fast nor inexpensive way to contact prospects or customers, but depending how valuable they are to you, getting in front of them in this way may be what it takes to capture their attention, and the sale.

Email Isn't Dead Quite Yet

Email continues to be a fast and cheap way to send out your message. The problem though is that it's less effective than it used to be. Often your email simply gets ignored, or filed away to be read later. Or worst case scenario your email ends up automatically mislabeled and banished to the spam folder.

Of course this is assuming you actually have permission to send the email, by having an existing relationship with the sender in some way, and making it easy for them to unsubscribe. On the other hand, unsolicited email can potentially cause real problems for you (depending how many people you email), and is often best avoided.

All this said, building and regularly contacting the email list you've built of prospects and customers is very worthwhile, but it's important you don't expect miracles from it. The open, read, and response rates used to be incredible, but no longer. These days, if you're looking for almost instant open and read rates, it comes down to...

Nobody Can Resist a Text Message


"Can't... resist... reading... immediately..."

Texts get read and opened almost instantly. Using a texting service to build, manage, and broadcast to your list makes the whole process almost effortless and ensures you stay within the letter of the law.

So it's strongly recommended you get your prospects and customers to give you their mobile number, and their permission for you to stay in touch. Or if you're looking to build your list from people you've had no contact with yet, advertise a way for them to opt-in to your list by giving them something in return. For example:

Text Offer12 to 123456 to get daily discounts direct to your phone!

Texting continues to remain a great way to get your message out almost instantly, and for some offers it may be all you need to do. But, contacting your prospects multiple times, and in multiple ways, may really be required to get the response you're looking for. This is especially true if what you're offering has a complicated sales process (a service for example), a high price point, or both.

And special offers, especially time-limited offers, consistently work fantastically to drive response. But just contacting your list when you want something from them may use up their good will. Keeping your list warm by getting in touch regularly with freebies, news, or other things that may be of value to them can really help increase your response rate when you do want your list to respond.

So whether you're selling low priced items to consumers, or high price-point services to businesses, making texting an ongoing marketing channel for your business can help drive fast response, increase brand awareness in your market, and grow sales.


This article was written by Louis Allport, an experienced marketer who enjoys sharing his experience with other businesses. He lives in the UK and has been marketing and publishing online for over 15 years.

October 17, 2014

4 Marketing Text Messages People Are Happy to Receive

What's the key to making sure that your company's marketing text messages get read? Make sure that they have content that will make customers happy! While text message marketing can be a great way to reach out to potential and current customers, you need to make sure that your message is well thought out so that you get the results that you want. Take a look at the following information to better understand some marketing text messages that will make customers happy.

Free Offers!

Who doesn't like the word free? Putting a free offer in a text message will make your customers happy because they're able to try out your brand and keep more money in their pocket.

Restaurants and bars may consider offering free appetizers or drinks with a purchase. Club owners, on the other hand, may want to offer a free cover deal for a certain night of the week. This is a great way to bring new people into your establishment.

Make sure that your free item has value so that more people are willing to visit your establishment.


Sending the right text messages can help your brand be more successful

Text About Discounts or Deals

If you're not going to offer something free, giving away discounts or deals is the next best thing. In today's economy, more people are looking for ways to save money on their everyday spending. Offering a dollar amount off or a buy one get one deal is a great way to keep your business sales coming in. These types of text messages work well.

Consider sending deals and discount texts in the middle of the week, so that you can spark weekend plans between current and potential customers. If you offer a deal that is too good to pass up, they may choose you over the competition.

Send Funny and Creative Texts

No matter what type of message you send, it can pay off to use humor. This goes along well because customers will be more likely to appreciate your messages and continue to look at them in the future.

If you have text messages that are creative and stand out, you will continue to attract more people to your brand. Individuals may even share your messages with their friends and family!


Customers appreciate well thought out marketing messages.

Don't Forget About Current Events

Customers like to read text messages that relate to current events. Do you have a community festival that will be in the area soon? Is there a sporting event coming up at the end of the week? These are great ways to communicate with your customers. Use these events as a way to spark conversation.

Take a look at a calendar and plan out some future text messages based on upcoming events. Customers will be going out for these events, so essential to make your establishment an option.

These are some tips on how to create marketing text messages that your customers will want to read. With careful planning, you can create a stellar mass text messaging plan that will bring in new faces and more business.

Natasha Etzel is a writer who writes on a variety of topics, including online marketing and business marketing.

October 15, 2014

Why the Big Game is a Great Place to Send Mass Text Messages

They may be watching the game, but that doesn't mean they're not also watching their phones. Whether it's football, baseball, hockey or soccer, and whether it's being viewed at home or right in the stadium, at that moment you have a tremendous marketing opportunity.

And since over 90% of text messages are read within three minutes of being received, by communicating via text you guarantee your subscribers will receive, and read, your message.

Some of the biggest teams in the world have been using text marketing for years to:

 

    • Gain new subscribers.

 

    • Communicate with existing subscribers, often.

 

    • Sell more.

 


Here's How Text Message Marketing Works in the Big Leagues


"Hands up if you got my text."

For years top tier sports teams have used SMS to communicate with their subscribers (either existing customers, or people who just opted in to receive updates via text). These updates include:

 

    • Game dates and times.

 

    • The latest scores.

 

    • Statistics on the current game, past games, and future games.

 

    • Player statistics.

 

    • Surveys and polls.

 

    • And of course, special offers.

 


And a live game is an ideal time to communicate with your list since they're so emotionally involved with what's happening right now. Of course they may wait for an advertising break to read (and respond to) your message, but this is one of the very best times to communicate with them.

But it doesn't just have to be about communicating with current subscribers. You also need to keep growing your list, since without new blood your list will naturally shrink over time as people unsubscribe or change their number.

So while their attention is really focused on the game, advertising to grow your list can work wonders. But just asking viewers to "Subscribe for updates" generally doesn't cut it.

Like all direct response advertising, give them a great reason to respond right now. Perhaps in return for subscribing they can start to receive special offers (that the general public don't see), or even to have their name and number placed into a draw with game tickets as the prize.

Panic! at Madison Square Garden?

Madison Square Garden ran the "50 Greatest Moments at Madison Square Garden" text marketing campaign. MSG offered viewers access to special content, in return for subscribing to their text updates list.

This was promoted a number of ways, including:

 

    • At hockey games for the New York Rangers, a code and number were given out. By subscribing, you entered into the opportunity to win a Rangers Prize Pack. This part of the campaign resulted in 300 fans joining the MSG text messaging list.

 

    • At a star-studded Halloween party, promotional cards were handed out. By texting "MSG50" to 25827, subscribers were entered into a draw to win tickets to see either Dane Cook, or Panic! at the Disco.

 


The ongoing promotions for this campaign turned out to be one of the most successful in the MSG Network's history, and it continues to regularly send mass text messages with news, content, and offers.

Text Marketing in the Little Leagues Too?


"Why haven't you responded to my text?"

It's not just the big leagues benefiting from text marketing. However big or small your players, leagues and clubs all over the country are seeing the benefits that come from text message marketing.

Using text updates is ideal for broadcasting:

 

    • Changes to schedules.

 

    • Updates to policies.

 

    • Major league announcements and other news.

 

    • Plus, of course, emergency notifications.

 


Read and response rates for email continue to drop, so the speed at which a new text message is read makes this one of the most attractive and effective ways to broadcast updates, almost instantaneously.

This article was written by Louis Allport, an experienced marketer who enjoys sharing his experience with other businesses. He lives in the UK and has been marketing and publishing online for over 15 years.

October 13, 2014

3 Surefire Ways to Get a Nightclub Customer's Attention

Do you want to bring in more business? If you're in the nightclub business, you know how important it is to differentiate yourself so that you can bring in more customers and continue to have success. Luckily, there are a number of way in which you can use today's technology to advertise your club so that you get the results that you want. Take a look at the following information for some great ways to get the attention of potential customers.

Use Mass Texting Services to Offer Limited Time Deals

If you're not currently using a mass texting service to market your club, now is the time to do start doing so. This is a great and easy way to reach out to potential and current club visitors. With the use of this service, you can advertise all of your deals.

While some clubs focus on marketing a special event or drink special, another great way to stand out is by offering a reduced admission fee if individuals show up by a certain time. This is a great way to fill up the club and ensure that a special event is visited.

All you need to do is set up a text campaign that will alert individuals of a discounted rate if they enter your club by a certain time. It's a good idea to send this out the day before the event date as well as a couple of hours before the specific time. This can allow you to get last minute guests in the door, who may not have otherwise visited your establishment.


Using mass text messaging services can help you get more people in the door.

Offer Continued Discounts for Repeat Guests

It's a good idea to reward repeat guests for visiting your club. This can help show that you appreciate their business and can keep them coming through your doors.

You can also use a mass texting plan for this marketing practice. You will want to tailor your messages and make sure that you're thanking customers for their patronage. Consider offering a discount to individuals who text a code once they've entered the club. This can allow them to save a certain percentage or dollar amount off of their next visit.

Use Social Media to Your Advantage

Social media is another great way to get the attention of potential customers. You can use images, videos, and personal reviews to help spark interest in your club and the events that you have.

With so many people using social media on a regular basis, it's important that your club makes its brand noticeable online so that you can get the best results. If you're not currently on social media, look into creating an Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook so that you can interact with your current and potential customers.


Tweeting about your brand can help you reach more potential customers.

As you can see, you can get the attention of nightclub customers in many ways. If you're looking for ways to better market your business, consider implementing some of the above steps so that you can continue to have success and stand out from the competition.



Natasha Etzel is a writer who writes on a variety of topics, including online marketing and business topics.