May 2016

Push Response

Google, Apple, and Firefox released new technology called Push Response which allows you to get more traffic and sales by sending messages directly to people’s computer desktops and to android mobile devices.

Facebook, Amazon, eBay and other big companies already have push notification software which grows their traffic and sales, but until now there was no dedicated solution for marketers, entrepreneurs and online businesses.

Push Response is the software which allows you to build a list of people who visited your website and broadcast promotions to them without the use of email. So, with the use of Push Response your are no longer forced to rely exclusively on email to be able to promote to your subscribers. Push Response not only allows you to send app like notifications without an app, but it has autoresponder like features on top of it.

It has similar features to email autoresponder, but instead of sending emails you can send messages straight to a prospect’s computer desktop and android device. The prospect doesn’t even have to be on their browser or your website to receive them. You can build push notification list, and just like with an email list, you can then promote your offers to that list. You can create lists, follow-up sequences, instant & scheduled broadcasts, broadcasts to people who did not click previous broadcast, and much more.

Push Response allows you to send unlimited messages, create unlimited lists, create unlimited follow up sequences, and use geo targeting. To get messages people do not have to install anything. All they have to do is a single click or tap, and they will be added to your notification list. Messages display both image and text, which subscribers can click to go right to your website or affiliate offer. Those messages are delivered to prospects in real-time, so they can instantly take action.

Summary:

  • You pay for the software service
  • You put a line of code on your website
  • When people click it, they become part of your Push Response List
  • You send out a notification/advertisement to your list
  • The advertisement/notification pops up on their computer screen
  • This is great for time sensitive advertising!!
  • Cost starts at $37/month
  • Find this at www.PushResponse.com

 

Tech Tips are Brought to you by

LIASB Technology Co-Chairs,

Joy Graceffo – Long Island Essential Software & Training Joy_Graceffo@liesoftware.com

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