Digital Marketing Experts Have Cracked the Estate Sales Marketing Code

JVI Mobile Marketing launched an updated range of online solutions for estate sale companies interested in getting new clients and maximizing their sales.

McLeansville, United States - September 21, 2019 /PressCable/ —

JVI Mobile Marketing, a digital marketing agency based in McLeansville, North Carolina, announced an updated range of online solutions for estate sale companies interested in getting new clients and maximizing their sales. The agency uses a variety of digital strategies including SEO, social media marketing, reputation management and marketing, media relations and many others.

More details can be found at https://link.jvimobile.com/estatesales.

The recent service update aims to provide estate sale companies with an effective way to market their sales and reach out to more potential buyers. By leveraging a unique system comprised of digital marketing resources, JVI Mobile Marketing helps each company maximize their online visibility and see significant increases in their estate sale profits.

One of the most important services included in the new digital marketing package is chatbot marketing. JVI Mobile Marketing offers custom campaigns promoting each estate sale.

Using this new service, estate sale companies will receive promotion of their sales via Facebook ads, EstateSales.net, text messaging, and chatbot broadcasts through professionally designed campaigns.

Client businesses also benefit from professional lead generation campaigns including Facebook Chatbot messaging, push notifications, text messages and other strategies.

Finally, JVI Mobile Marketing provides local businesses with an efficient way to increase their online visibility through media campaigns. Working with professional brand journalists, the agency creates custom news pieces promoting its clients’ sales and publishes them on reputable mainstream media networks including ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX, Yahoo! News, and Reuters, among others.

With the recent update, the digital marketing agency continues to expand its range of high-quality marketing solutions adapted to the latest industry innovations.

A spokesperson for the agency said: “Our mission is simple: we’re obsessed with engaging awesome social relationships! It means that work has to be put into a relationship. If you date someone and don’t listen or communicate, the relationship usually ends in a breakup. Why is the relationship you have with your customers any different?”

Interested parties can find more information by visiting the above-mentioned website. JVI Mobile Marketing can be found on Facebook or their website

Contact Info:
Name: Jay Vics
Email: Send Email
Organization: JVI Mobile Marketing
Address: 5424 Country Hills Dr, McLeansville, North Carolina 27301, United States
Phone: +1-866-587-3837
Website: https://www.jvimobile.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88921311

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