Need powerpoints on sms marketing pitch

by ish
4 replies
Hi Everyone,

I received a call from a web designer who wants to promote my sms services to her clients...

She has a variety of website clients including psychotherapists, fitness trainers, mobile phone retailers.


She said to send her a document or powerpoint showing my services and pricing.

Does anyone have some powerpoint slides showing sms marketing and its benefits...like a sales presentation they can send me?

it would really help...

Regards,

Ish
#marketing #pitch #powerpoints #sms
  • Profile picture of the author bumkeun
    Wouldn't a sit down meeting/demonstration be better?
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  • Profile picture of the author Steve Solem
    Who do you use for SMS services? Are you a reseller for someone? Surely they must have some marketing material that you can use?

    If not, search the WSO forum for sms PLR and you'll find good reports and presentations you can personalize and use.

    Have you Googled for sms info and stats? There's a ton out there if you look for it.

    Steve
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  • Profile picture of the author WillR
    Case studies are going to be your bread and butter.

    Powerpoint presentations and stats are great, but if you can actually show them REAL results achieved by other businesses just like them, all of a sudden your pitch goes to a new level.

    Even if you take on a few clients at heavily reduced fees just to use as case studies, it's going to be well worth it in the longrun. People cannot argue with results.
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    • Profile picture of the author kimboslice
      Originally Posted by WillR View Post

      Case studies are going to be your bread and butter.

      Powerpoint presentations and stats are great, but if you can actually show them REAL results achieved by other businesses just like them, all of a sudden your pitch goes to a new level.

      Even if you take on a few clients at heavily reduced fees just to use as case studies, it's going to be well worth it in the longrun. People cannot argue with results.
      My first client was a friend of mine who owns a restaurant. I did not charge him a setup fee, nor a monthly fee. I only ask him to pay me for messages sent over a certain threshold we agreed to. He's killing it right now. An extra 20 or 30 people come to his restaurant over a few days after we send out a text offer. I use his situation as proof that this works when setup properly.
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