GSM / Mobile Number Database in Nigeria; Kebbi State.
Kebbi State is a state in north-western Nigeria with its capital at Birnin Kebbi. The state was created out of a part of Sokoto State in 1991. Kebbi State is bordered by Sokoto State, Niger State, Dosso Region in the Republic of Niger and the nation of Benin. It has a total area of 36,800 km².Kebbi State consists of twenty-one (21) Local Government Areas (LGAs), four emirate councils (Gwandu, Argungu, Yauri and Zuru), and 35 districts.
Nigeria, a country of about one hundred and eighty million people (180,000,000) and about one hundred and thirty million (130,000,000) active mobile phones, that is about seventy nine percent (79%) of the entire population of the country.
These presents an excellent means advertisement because it is easier to reach people through their mobile phones than any other traditional means of advertising.
Mobile marketing are the most productive advertising tool, with open rate of about ninety-five percent (95%) for Short Message Service (SMS).
Being an easy way to suggest your service to great many people at low - cost, mobile marketing requires one essential component that is extremely necessary for every campaign, a target list.
These numbers are not only ideal for businesses; If you are a politician that need to get the confidence of the electorate. You can use our database for your electioneering campaign and political awareness.
We have over fifty million (50,000,000) Nigerian GSM / mobile number database sorted into Name, Gender, phone number, state and Local Government Area.
Not interested in purchasing the list but want to send messages to recipients? Then our Connect Me list is perfect for you.
Connect Me service is a cutting - edge tool that allows list builders to share their list and earn each time a users uses it. The list can be sorted on the basis of Age, Gender, State and LGA before the messages are sent.
It is important to state only approved users can be use this service. User would be approved after their submitted ID is verified and confirmed.
From the above, you must have noticed the effectiveness of bulk SMS marketing and the importance of having a list.
I am sure you would agree with me that it is best to have your own list has opposed to buy one. What if I tell you that it is very possible for you to build your own list.
365 campaigner list building service is dedicated to helping individual, companies, businesses, bloggers, event organizers, politicians and political parties in Nigeria to build a target list.
Our unique list building tool uses a one-time password (OTP) to validate mobile number and e-mail address submitted by subscribers thereby making your list authentic.
The list can be automatically or manually generated. Automatic generation is when subscribers subscribe through your profile page on our website while manually is when the details of the subscribers are manually collected and uploaded on your profile page on our website.
The list can be segmented into different strata’s like voters, staffs / workers, businesses, Interest groups etc. The list can be further stratified into say – VOTERS – Lagos, Abuja etc. Further division into LGA and Street can be achieved.
The list captures the First Name, Second Name, Gender, State, LGA, E-Mail address, Mobile Number, Date of Birth and Wedding Anniversary of the subscriber.
Through this target list, businesses, politicians and political parties can utilize bulk SMS to
- Voter Reminders
- Send Messages
- Event and Meeting Reminders
- Invitations for Rallies and Fundraisers
- Volunteer Coordination
- Important Announcements
- Campaign News and Election Updates
In addition, our system automatically sends messages to subscribers on your list on their birthday, wedding anniversaries, New month, Christmas, New Year’s Day, Worker’s Day, Democracy Day, Independence Day, Valentine’s Day, Easter, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Women's Day and Children's Day.
The user can add other festive days, add and edit messages and the messages would be sent on the selected date to subscribers of the list.
Advantage of list building
- All list created by the user belongs to the user and 365 Campaigner (Kyneli Business Support Service) don’t not have access to it. List generated can be exported in excel documents
- Improves political capital and loyalty
- Cost effective way to market and sell products, services, agenda and policy to voters and customers
- User can share and earn contact each time the list is used to send messages by other users
Am sure you are eager to start using our services and want to know the cost. Guess what, it is free. Yes, free. No monthly maintenance fee.
However, we charge a reasonable cost of N 3 (or existing cost) / SMS and N 1 E-Mail.
To register a subscriber, the following SMS are used
- One time password (OTP) – Mandatory N 3 (or existing cost) / SMS
- Thank You Message (Sent after subscriber registers on your list) – Optional N 3 (or existing cost) / SMS
- One time password (OTP) – Mandatory N 1 (or existing cost) / E-Mail
So, it cost N 7 to register a subscriber. To build a list of 10,000 subscribers, it would cost you only N 70,000. Imagine, what 10,000 loyal subscribers would do for your product /services and election campaign.
Remember, because our festive messages are automatically set, you would need to enough SMS and E-mail so that the messages can be sent.
You can post and share your build your list webpage on social media to increase subscribers. We have also created other useful tool like events and announce my event to enable our user build different sets of subscribers.
To start using our build your list service, click on this link CREATE A LIST.
To start enjoying our amazing service, kindly register on our website and follow each of the steps outlined to access our services.
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