Nearly 85 percent of Americans use text messaging every day, with two-thirds preferring text messaging rather than phone conversations. However, less than 40 percent of businesses are using some type of text messaging to communicate with customers, according to ZipWip’s “State of Texting 2019” report. The future of customer communications is the native text messaging capability…
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The purpose of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, or TCPA, is to restrict unwanted solicitations by telephone and automated outbound calls, commonly known as robocalls. The TCPA limits the use of automatic telephone dialing systems. The limitations include blast delivery messages that send out programmatic voice, SMS text, or faxes. The TCPA also protects consumers […]
With today’s news of an increase in vigilance and restrictions in an attempt to slow the spread of the COVID-19 Coronavirus, it’s important to take a look at how text messaging, and especially a text broadcasting solution is critical for healthcare companies. And in this case, it’s especially critical for a COVID-19 high-risk group, patients […]
If there is vital information you need to get distributed to a large group of people, whether that be your employees, your customers, or attendees at a large conference you are hosting, which way do you think is the fastest? You guessed it, by mobile device, and specifically, by text message. Just about everyone has […]
Voice broadcasting is a mass communication technique that started in the 1990’s. Its purpose is to broadcast telephone messages to hundreds or thousands of call recipients at once.
With the holiday season upon us, most people prepare for colder weather and hunting bargains on Thanksgiving weekend. Marketers, however, should prepare to run a successful holiday campaign.
Texting for businesses today is like a modern-day postcard. Over 6 billion texts are sent every day. To say the least, texting is one of the best ways to communicate with your customers.
Every year, influenza affects hundreds of thousands of people and can be lethal. The spread of the flu can be prevented with a few simple things. Sending out a text reminder can be a big part of that.
To truly deliver information to your audience they should hear it directly from you. Fortunately, we live in an era where a message can be sent to a mass audience quite easily.
One of the most effective ways to send a message a large number of people, at once, is with a message broadcast. One example of this can be to send out a text message to a mass audience.
With a simple mobile payment method, a company can provide services like paying your bills via text. It’s an undeniable mobile trend and giving your customers the ability to pay bills over the phone is just the beginning.
Some businesses are still stuck in 1950. Postcards, or advertisements via mail in general, are old news. I mean, have you seen the internet?! 80% of people are currently using texting for business. Are you a statistic?
Ninety-one percent of Americans own a cell phone. More people use their phones to send or receive text messages than any other function. Here are just a few things text messages can help a business with.
One of the most valuable commodities a business can have is customer loyalty. Companies are able to attain this by meeting customer expectations of service which is both fast and reliable, as well as options that meet the needs of a customer.