Local Mobile Monopoly - Release Helps Put Unemployed Back To Work and Saves Local Businesses

ATTENTION MARKETERS: Adam Horwitz and Tim Donovan release the answer to why businesses must go mobile in 2011 with what is being called "The Next Big Wave In Marketing" Local Mobile Monopoly. With 29 Million Local Businesses in US alone and less then 1% of businesses doing any form of mobile marketing...Statistics gathered by eMarketer and other agencies found that 44% of local businesses plan to try some form of mobile local advertising this year. Google itself has even said that they will be focusing largely on mobile and has many marketers following suit.

Online PR News – 21-March-2011 – – ATTENTION MARKETERS: Adam Horwitz and Tim Donovan release the answer to why businesses must go mobile in 2011 with what is being called "The Next Big Wave In Marketing" Local Mobile Monopoly. With 29 Million Local Businesses in US alone and less then 1% of businesses doing any form of mobile marketing...Statistics gathered by eMarketer and other agencies found that 44% of local businesses plan to try some form of mobile local advertising this year. Google itself has even said that they will be focusing largely on mobile and has many marketers following suit.

Smart phones are taking over the market, leaving many local businesses trying to find ways to keep up with their marketing. 6.8 Billion People in the world and 5 Billion of them are walking around each and every day with a cell phone in their pocket. 91% of Americans keep their cell phone within three feet of them 24/7 and about a third of people with a cell phone say that they would rather be without their wallet than their phone. Local Businesses know that "Mobile" is the future but the biggest problem they have is knowing how to tap into this powerful way to stay in touch with their customers. Local Mobile Monopoly has a really high perceived value to local businesses. Showing businesses one of the best ways to get their message across is SMS messaging. Studies show that more and more people prefer receiving texts. In fact SMS messaging has a 97% open rate. Review Local Mobile Monopoly early

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