How to use WhatsApp for Leads Development?
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What kind of people on earth is using WhatsApp?
WhatsApp is the most popular chatting application among many countries around the world, including Brasil, Germany, Indonesia, Italy, Netherlands, Saudi Arabi, Thailand, and Turkey. The penetration exceeds more than 80% especially in Argentina, Hong Kong, India, Malaysia, Mexico, South Africa, and Spain.
Without question, one of the reasons for WhatsApp’s popularity is that sending text messages in almost all over the world except the United States has been costly, and it isn’t part of the business package.
The United States is catching up, although teenagers in Germany and the United Kingdom are fans of WhatsApp, you will find that the majority of users are adults between the age of 25 to 44, if you look closely at the United Kingdom.
Undoubtfully, consumers and merchants are keen to communicate, whether it is about the goods’ information or after-sale service, or merchants’ intention for remarketing. WhatsApp has become the indisputable most preferred platform for business people from all walks of life.
If you consult any online marketing specialist, the first business advantage of WhatsApp marketing is immediacy. Generally speaking, no other platform offers such quick turnaround times than WhatsApp does. You can respond to customers on the go, finalize deals, display new products, and take new orders. All in one crab ride!
Without a doubt, there must be many brands and agencies at some point in time thought of implementing a WhatsApp Marketing Strategy. Let us go through some key statistics that make WhatsApp the optimal platform for social media marketing and customer relationship management.
- There are more than 1.5 million active users on WhatsApp.
- The service is present in more than 100 countries across the world.
- There are more than 450 million WhatsApp Status stories are shared, which is more than even Snapchat stories or Instagram stories.
- People in 100+ countries send over 65 million WhatsApp messages per day.
- You can share different content mediums like Text, Audio Files, Video Files, GIFs, PDF, PPT, Contact details, Real-time Location, etc.
Not to mention that it is capable of catering to various forms of content types, which really makes WhatsApp great as a digital marketing platform is the unending level of personalization. Personalization, along with customization helps brands establish a direct relationship with clients and consumers.
After all, I assume whoever is going through this article you already have the thought of Marketing your business through WhatsApp at some point. Don’t keep what you can do today till tomorrow! Outline the strategy plan, get the Marketing tool, and start sailing!