“Every organization has felt the struggle of staying connected to the people who matter most,” Seib says. “Cutting through the clutter of marketing messages target audiences swim in daily is tough for any organization. In order to be heard, organizations must meet an audience in the spaces they frequent. Today, it’s no secret this space is mobile.”
Seib decided to pursue SendTree not only because of the market demand for a user-friendly, affordable mobile marketing platform, but also to fulfill his lifelong goal of starting a business. “I’ve always had an entrepreneurial itch. If anything, I should have set out on my own sooner,” Seib says.
While Seib’s desire to create SendTree had more to do with a lifelong dream of starting a business than with his ability to build the platform, he has deep roots in software. Drawing on 13 years of experience, including his final project at
Oftentimes, mobile marketing platforms can be difficult to navigate or require purchasing expensive software upfront. SendTree’s ease of use, affordability and user opt-in feature set it apart from the rest of the mobile marketing pack. Early adopters are recognizing the value.
“SendTree is extremely simple and intuitive to use. It took about five minutes to learn how to effectively use it,” says
“SendTree allows me to connect with my regular customers so I am always top of mind when they are looking for a place to lunch,” says
Free 30-day trials are available through the SendTree website (http://www.sendtree.com). Digital guide “SendTree 101” and an informative video are also available on the site.
SendTree, based in
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