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Local Mobile Monopoly Endorsed by Mobile Marketing Consultant Bryan Dulaney(February 22, 2011)
Morgantown, PA (PRWEB) February 22, 2011
Adam Horwitz and Tim Donovan have teamed up once again to bring to you something called Local Mobile Monopoly. Their previously released product was the much popular Mobile Monopoly course. It still is one of the very first and best courses anyone created to reveal how to make money using mobile phone marketing strategies.
So what are the differences between their previously released product and the soon to be release local mobile monopoly course. Allow me to share with you what Local Mobile Monopoly is all about and the killer local mobile monopoly bonus I'm offering when you buy through me.
Local Mobile Monopoly is the creation of Adam Horwitz and Tim Donovan.
What they are going to be teaching you how to is how to sell mobile marketing services to local companies and helping them market their businesses through mobile marketing. Since it's super cost effective, I'm talking sometime as low as one penny per click, it's super simple to sell.
Personally, when I share mobile marketing with my clients or even prospective clients, they want in. They want to test it out and what I do is I setup a custom mobile website for free. With Local Mobile Monopoly you're going to get your own software to actually create mobile websites with the push of a button. It's really awesome and makes your life a lot easier.
Mobile Marketing is Growing Rapidly which is why I'm stoked about Local Mobile Monopoly.
Almost every American (91%) own a mobile phone, according to CTIA aThe Wireless Associationas semiannual U.S. wireless industry survey. About 20% of them a approximately 50 million peopleahave soacalled asmart phones,a that is, mobile phones with Internet browsing and emailing capabilities.
Moreover, the number of smart phones in the U.S. is growing by about 20% every three months, indicating that businesses should incorporate mobile phone marketing strategies if they wish to continue to reach this segment of prospects and customers.
The components of mobile marketing for businesses includes:
- Mobile version of Web site
- Map searches
- Email access
- Social media access for referrals
- Text messages and offers, coupons, etc.
You'll learn how to do all of this when you invest in Local Mobile Monopoly.
According to Yahoo!, 92% of all business searchers start looking online. Because smart
phones bring online search capabilities to a growing number of mobile prospects
(currently 50 million Americans and growing), businesses should include mobile search
strategies in their overall marketing plans.
In addition to using search engines to find products and services on their mobile
phones, consumers also rely on Map applications and social media to locate businesses
near them when they are on the move.
One such social medium is Yelp, which has builtain search functionality coupled with
ratings contributed by members. Visitors can become friends with reviewers they like
and share reviews with others via text message or email.
Businesses can add discounts and coupons to their listings on Yelp in exchange for
acheckinsa by customers with iPhones. A checkain occurs when a customer visits a
business and uses the Yelp app on their iPhone to notify friends where they are, via
Facebook and Twitter, if they choose to integrate with those media as well.
So I recommend you invest your time, energy and money in Local Mobile Monopoly and check out the Local Mobile Monopoly Bonus that I've put together over at my website or call me and I'll share with you my experience selling mobile marketing to local clients. They love it.
Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2011/local-mobile-monopoly/prweb5091054.htm.
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