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Move over Goliath! SMBs are getting into the mobile game : By Hallie Mummert : Target Marketing

November 5, 2009

Move over Goliath! SMBs are getting into the mobile game : By Hallie Mummert : Target Marketing.

A quick scan of this article should get everyone excited about the potential to mobilize your presence with your audience and connect with them on the go. As luck would have it this is the tagline for Ruxter, “mobilize and connect”.

As the article points out customers are open to permission-based marketing to their mobiles, mobile marketing is highly dynamic and perhaps most importantly-it’s only going to get bigger and better.

SMBs will find that mobile marketing is also very inexpensive compared to other forms of marketing like direct mail. But as I pointed out in a previous post and this article points out as well, don’t put mobile in a silo. Mobile marketing should be added to what you do today so you can extend your presence to another place your customers are spending time-on their mobiles.

In a nutshell, as Mary Meeker from Morgan Stanley pointed out, the mobile internet will be bigger than predicted. The best thing an SMB can do is get started now so you can learn and refine your use of mobile marketing and most importantly, build the base of customers who want to hear from you.

Dale Knoop is the President of Ruxter and an industry-recognized pioneer of mobile data services. In 2005 Dale won an Emmy while serving as the GM for Sprint TV. In August 2009 he launched Ruxter which allows anyone to quickly and easily become part of the rapidly growing mobile internet with a fully optimized mobile website they can share with anyone. You can contact him here. Follow Ruxter on Twitter.

One Comment leave one →
  1. December 2, 2009 4:25 am

    Very outstanding site.
    The content here is genuinely useful.

    I will refer it to my friends.

    Cheers

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