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20 Examples of How to Use Your Website to Advertise Your Mobile Marketing Campaigns.

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There have been a lot of questions as to how exactly businesses should add the mobile call to action to their own sites. To inspire you, our friends at Tatango (Read their original article here ) have put together this blog post to highlight how 20 large brands are using their websites to advertise their text messaging campaigns. Enjoy!

1 – OfficeMax

Text Message Campaign Example - Office Max

2 – Great Clips

Text Message Campaign Example - Great Clips

3 – Famous Footwear

Text Message Campaign Example - Famous Footwear

4 – Dollar General

Text Message Campaign Example - Dollar General

5 – Pizza Hut

Text Message Campaign Example - Pizza Hut

6 – Macy’s

Text Message Campaign Example - Macy's

7 – Guess

Text Message Campaign Example - Guess

8 – Domino’s

Text Message Campaign Example - Domino's

9 – Carl’s Jr.

Text Message Campaign Example - Carl's Jr

10 – Sears

Text Message Campaign Example - Sears

11 – Dunkin’ Donuts

Text Message Campaign Example - Dunkin Donuts

12 – Bed Bath & Beyond

Text Message Campaign Example - Bed Bath & Beyond

13 – Victoria’s Secret

Text Message Campaign Example - Victoria Secret

14 – Arby’s

Text Message Campaign Example - Arby's

15 – Jack in the Box

Text Message Campaign Example - Jack in the Box

16 – Charlotte Russe

Text Message Campaign Example - Charlotte Russe

17 – Vans

Text Message Campaign Example - Vans Mobile

18 – Cheeseburger in Paradise

Text Message Campaign Example - Cheeseburger in Paradise

19 – Taco Bell

Text Message Campaign Example - Taco Bell

20 – Kmart

Text Message Campaign Example - Kmart

Wow… you made it to the very end, congrats! If you know of any other brands that are doing a good job of advertising their text messaging campaigns on their websites, let us know in the comments below. Thanks!

Thanks to our friends at Tatango. Read original article here

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