Rich Media Messaging eBook: Guide to Engaging Mobile Messaging
The way businesses use mobile messaging is shifting. Instead of plain text messages, brands can send interactive messages like rich content to increase customer engagement.
In this Rich Media Messaging eBook, we’ll look at the latest evolution of mobile messaging and how brands like yours can harness the power of interactive messaging to create stronger, lasting relationships with customers.
Text messaging is the quickest form of digital communication available today. Compared to email, 90% of text messages are opened and read within three minutes of being received. With SMS being so common and receptive, we created a better version of messaging where brands can design mobile campaigns that look and feel like apps or websites. We called it RMM – short for Rich Media Messaging.
This mobile messaging service is a little like Multimedia Messaging Services (MMS), but the difference is you can send more than just images. For example, you can send payment reminders to customers and let them process payments through the phone. Or you can send appointment notifications and let customers confirm or reschedule while on their phone. These types of messages can include multiple call-to-action (CTA) buttons, so customers don’t have to leave a message to complete a task.
Download our free Rich Media Messaging eBook to learn about how you can talk to your customers using the most interactive form of mobile messaging. These types of messages can be used to help enhance marketing and sales, as well as improve customer service and operations.
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