Use SMS messaging to advertise your Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals

Use SMS messaging to advertise your Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals

Black Friday and Cyber Monday are just around the corner.

Hopefully, you’ve had a chance to start planning your marketing campaigns for these highly anticipated shopping events, Black Friday Sale Market is expected to surpass the US$ 273.1 Billion set in 2022.

If you’re looking for ways to promote your sales quickly, and to reach your customers in a way that most businesses don’t, then we recommend sending an SMS blast. While your competitors are promoting their deals through email and social media, you can stand out by reaching your customers with an SMS blast or alert.

Benefits of using SMS Marketing

  1. SMS has a 98% open rate and 90% of messages are opened within the first 3 minutes. Its essentially a guaranteed read rate, since you can’t delete a message without viewing it. Many people often have their handheld device nearby at all times, constantly checking their messages, making SMS a very immediate tool.
  2. SMS campaigns can be set up in less than 10 minutes. An SMS is only 160 characters, making your message quick and easy to create and consume. Graphics aren’t needed, which are necessary for an email or social media campaign. All you need is a message, a link, and a coupon code to promote your Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals.
  3. Mobile devices have also become the starting point for shoppers. They’re used to research products, search for coupons, and make purchases. Getting in front of them while they’re on their mobile devices can help drive traffic and sales to your online or retail store.

Example text messages

Black Friday:

Cyber Monday:

Check out our SMS templates for more examples and ideas to help you promote your Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals. You might also enjoy reading about how these brands are integrating SMS marketing into their businesses.

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