With the advent of mobile marketing, the casino industry has been dealt a winning hand. But for the casinos that fail to capitalize, they’ll be left to helplessly watch as their players are successfully courted by casinos that have already embraced mobile marketing.
Today, investing in mobile marketing is hardly a gamble for casinos. When it comes to tapping into the mobile channel for marketing, the house always wins. And you wanna know a little secret? Players win, too.
From the use of SMS and responsive design in email marketing, to the proliferation of mobile rewards programs and comprehensive mobile applications, the casino industry is finally catching on to the power of mobile. And, without question, serious and casual gamers alike are overwhelmingly in support of casinos using mobile to share announcements, discounts, and other valuable information to make their gaming and hospitality experiences more comfortable, convenient, and cost-effective.
To further elucidate the potential of mobile marketing in the casino space, mobileStorm will present a must-see webinar on casino mobile marketing on February 11th.
A 15-year veteran provider of mobile marketing solutions across industries as diverse as they are expansive, mobileStorm has developed a patent-pending direct marketing channel that will eliminate all other channels used by casinos today to send offers to their most valuable players.
“Appmail is the next evolution in delivering offers to players. The pervasiveness of mobile apps is unstoppable. Having an inbox within a casino mobile app gives communication power back to casino properties who are currently at the mercy of the US Postal Service, Internet Service Providers and cell phone carriers when sending offers to valuable players and guests,” said Darren Withers, Head of Client Development & Casino Services.
Withers, along with mobileStorm’s CEO and Founder, Jared Reitzin, will lead the February webinar and show how this future will unfold and demonstrate a player’s mobile app experience in this exclusive webinar.
To learn more or to register for the free presentation, click here.