Snickers Hungerithm

Ease “Hanger” with real-time deals

By | blog, Digital Signage, Sean, Texting | No Comments

With Hungerithm a hangry internet means cheaper #SNICKERS for you. Get your Coupon Here: #EatASNICKERS — SNICKERS® (@SNICKERS) November 16, 2017 On November 16 Snickers announced a new program to offer discounts based on algorithm they created. The…

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New AWG Text Platform

By | Jimmy | No Comments

It’s been a year since I wrote the blog post “Why You Should Be Texting Your Customers,” so it’s time for an update! No, the numbers haven’t changed. Text messages have more than a 97% open rate and your messages…

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Text me, maybe?

By | blog, Sean, Texting | No Comments

Today, this post from My Edmonds News scrolled across my timeline asking why businesses “haven’t mastered text message marketing.” I was excited to read their theories. They lost me in the first few lines though: Quick quiz: Would you rather…

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Why You Should Be Texting Your Customers

By | Jimmy | No Comments

Customers Will See Your Message When your phone tells you that you have a text message, you look at it immediately, right? So do your customers. Text messages have more than a 97% open rate, meaning your messages are seen by…

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Marketing to Millennials as a Grocery Retailer

By | blog, Michelle, Mobile Apps, Social Media, Texting | No Comments

By 2017, Millennials will have more spending power than any other age group. For retailers, catering to Millennials is critical because they are setting the agenda for the food retailing industry. So what factors influence Millennials’ purchasing decisions? Millennials shop…

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Your Store’s Branding

By | blog, Brand Strategy, Email, Graphic Design, Print, Radio TV, Radio/TV, Sharlyn, Signage, Social Media, Texting, Website | One Comment

Birds do it. Bee’s do it. But what the heck does marketing have to do with it? Insects, birds, wind and even water are all vehicles for pollen, and they make cross-pollination possible. In nature, cross-pollination can produce stronger and…

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