Pet & Pet Supplies

David Thornton MyTextConnect

Document LogoDavid Thornton, owner of MyTextConnect, is generating great results with his advertiser, Doggtropolis in Bartlett, TN.

Doggtropolis was looking for a modern way to conveniently gather a database of loyal customers.

Doggtropolis utilized the Loyalty Rewards Kiosk to obtain a database of loyal customers who could be easily reached to inform of specials, deals and news. They sent the following message to their subscribers:

“Doggtropolis K9 Training Reminder: Don’t Forget…25% OFF NEW TRAINING SIGNUP EXPIRES JUNE 30th! We Luv Training DOGGSJ Call: 901-240-0859”

As a result of their efforts, Doggtropolis has received 192 new subscribers and had a 16% effectiveness rate!

In the future, Doggtropolis will continue to offer special deals and rewards to their loyal customers.


Kyle Williams QpINs

Kyle recently closed a deal with a local farming supply store, Walla Walla Farmers Co-op in Walla Walla, Washington, who was looking for creative ways to communicate discounts and deals to the 500 farmers and growers they currently sell to.

There are about 3,500 consumer members of the Walla Walla community who go to the co-op for the one-stop convenience where they can purchase farming supplies, feed, fuel and clothes among other items.

The co-op’s primary objective was to gain a higher profit margin on sales in a timely manner and avoid making 3 days of sales calls.

Their solution? Communicating pre-buy opportunities in a strong call to action through Integrated Media Management.

The co-op holds many special offers such as “Super Tuesdays,” where customers receive $0.10 off each gallon of gas purchased, so it saw an opportunity to promote these kinds of deals using QpINs’ mobile marketing services. Walla Walla also does regular giveaways such as $100 towards fuel, and thus wanted to find an efficient way to drive traffic to the website where they publish the winners.

Seeing no better way to do this than an immediate call to action through a mobile campaign, Walla Walla Farmers Co-op signed a deal on the spot for $1,000 per month.

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