How Texting to Landlines is Changing B2C Marketing

Please join LSA and AdsLocal for an exclusive webinar presentation next Thursday, March 12 from 2 pm – 3 pm ET.

Surveys show that 92% of consumers prefer text over voice calls. A little known fact is that local customers are actually trying to text businesses on their business telephone line or 800 number.

During this webinar, Tony Philipp, CEO of AdsLocal, will share case studies and examples of how SMBs are sending, and more importantly, receiving text messages to their EXISTING business telephone line in order to communicate with potential customers and market their products. Join us and see how business categories like restaurants, real estate and car dealerships are generating strong leads by simply receiving and sending text messages.

AdsLocal is a partnership between veteran mobile and search advertising executive Tony Philipp and UBL Interactive, Inc., the owner and operator of the location marketing service Universal Business Listing. AdsLocal takes a mobile-first approach to marketing for businesses. It offers a suite of solutions for individual businesses and agencies looking to maximize their advertising campaigns with high quality calls and traffic.

Spots are limited so reserve your seat today!

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