The #250 Video Gallery
This is a great video that shows how simple it is for potential customers to reach the advertisers they hear on the radio or see on passing billboards. Unlike calls to hard to remember 800 numbers, with #250, advertisers are also able to connect with potential customers via text message, web links and more. And it’s all done hands free!
US Congressman Devin Nunes (Fresno, CA) asks his constituents, volunteers and donors to dial #250 on their mobile phone and say DEVIN. Callers receive a text reply, and are opted-in to receive future messages from his office (and campaign). Text Alerts will be used for information updates, events & campaign rallies, and importantly for get-out-the-vote on election day.
See how an e-Vape company used #250 in a TV ad to allow prospects to easily reach them without having to go online or remember a long phone number!
Creative Media Technologies (CMT), a provider of In-Taxi Digital Advertising has launched #250 in Boston taxi cabs, as part of its My Choice program for suggesting additions to its on-screen Restaurant Guide.
The citizens of Greater Kansas City can now simply dial #250 & say “KC Arts” to reach any local arts & cultural organization. Since they don’t have to look up box office phone numbers, this means more participation and more ticket sales.
Mobile Direct Response (MDR) Chief Marketing Officer, Dave Robinett describes the essential benefits of #250 for consumers and advertisers.
Watch how Exhale Spas of Boston utilizes #250 to allow prospects and customers to put their minds at ease with no phone numbers to remember!