Webinar: How to Grab Customers by the Eyeballs with a Mobile Sweepstakes!

Learn how to grab more customers by the eyeballs with a mobile sweepstakes!

Learn how brands like King’s Hawaiian, Bud Light, Honda, and Maryhill Winery used Sweeppea’s text-to-win platform to increase sales, improve POS displays, gain end-cap space and give retailers a reason to push their products first.

Takeaways:

  • How text-to-win sweepstakes work and how to use them to lift sales, increase engagement and improve retail floor space.
  • The sales and marketing results text-to-win sweeps have delivered for Kings Hawaiian, Bud Light, Honda and Maryhill Winery.
  • The average cost to run a text-to-win sweepstakes.

Join us Wed, May 4th at 2pm EST for a webinar: Register: sweeppea.com/event/

Momares’s 90 Second Elevator Pitch Final

I’m Marcos Menendez, co-founder of Momares.com- Mobile Marketing for the Rest of Us. There are 31M small business in the US, let’s say you happened to own one. The famous Restaurant Du. You just received confirmation that you friend, celebrity Chef Emeril Lagasse will be helping you cook tonight only.

You want reservation now.

You can try emailing your customers but you know that at least 80% will ignore email.You best option is to send them a text message that you know they will get and can’t avoid reading. “Chef Emeril at Du. Tonight only. Call to RSVP”

2 minutes later you receive you first reservation.

We make that happen. Momares helps small business owners send coupons, discounts and offers to the one device they can’t ignore… their mobile phone. Our business model is cost-effective and scalable. We charge our customers for the text message they send. Our customers range from Slice-N-Ice in Coconut Groove to Florida International University. I’m looking to raise $350,000 in capital to help take momares to the national level. For my business card, and as an example, just Marcos to 65047 Just like this. (360 turn and flash my undershirt with message)

Momares Is a Finalist at the University of Miami 2010 Elevator Pitch Contest

The Launch Pad at the University of Miami announced the finalists for the 2010 Elevator Pitch Contest sponsored by The Miami Herald. Over 140 businesses entered, and after four preliminary rounds held throughout South Florida, just 22 contestants remain.

Marcos J. Menendez, Co_Founder of Momares said “I had 90 seconds to tell a tough looking panel of judges and an auditorium full of UM business students why Momares was a good product and one worthy of angel investment…needless to say, we got lucky. Come November 8th we are going to need for everyone to vote for us.”

Momares is seen as an underdog in this contest and hopes to impress the judges in the final on Tuesday, November 16 at 6:30 p.m. at the University of Miami – Storer Auditorium.