South Texas SenText Solutions

Christine Owens – (361) 732-2212

Fillable Contract

Did you know that Americans spend an average of 2 hours and 54 minutes on their phones each day? The average American will spend nearly a month and a half (44 days) on their phones each year.

We can help you retain your customers in a cost efficient way.

Top Reasons for Getting & Having Repeat Customers.

 Your #1 asset of your Business is CUSTOMERS, Mainly Repeat! 

  1. Between 60 – 80% of your Gross revenue comes from REPEAT CUSTOMERS! 
  2. It costs 5 Times More to Acquire a New Customer than it does to keep current customers 
  3. By increasing customer retention just 5% percent, a company’s profitability will increase by an average of 75 percent.
  4. By focusing on repeat business, you’ll create a group of loyal customers that will happily say your praises & promote your business or WORD of MOUTH REFERRALS!
  5. Businesses are Built on Customer Retention, 80 percent of future profits come from 20 percent of current customers.
  6. A 2% increase in CUSTOMER RETENTION has the same effect on a company’s profits as cutting costs by 10%
  7. Business Experts suggest Budgeting & Spending 1-3% of Revenue on Marketing & promoting your business!!! 

TOP REASONS WHY TEXT MARKETING is the #1 Way to Reach Repeat Customers! 

  1. Every Customer has a Cell Phone!  On average, Americans check their phones 344 Times per Day!
  2. Texting People has a 98% Open Rate!  Email- 8-13 % social media – 12-19%
  3. Text Marketing is 100% Opt-In – No Spam
  4. Text Marketing promotes Repeat Customers, creates urgency & is preferred by 67% of consumers! 
  5. By far TMM is the MOST COST EFFECTIVE & PRODUCTIVE Service over every other Marketing Platform!
  6. Starting as low as $2 per Day! you will better communicate, promote & reach your Repeat Customers in SECONDS!
  7. SENTEXT SOFTWARE allows you the ability to TRACK & MONITOR, Redemption Rates per Text & See Real Time ROI on TEXT OFFERS!  
  8. Christine Owens – (361) 732-2212

    Fillable Contract