Just this past Saturday, I was able to attend my first ever CoderDojo event hosted by Call-Em-All's software engineering team at our office in Frisco, Texas. As one of the newest members of the marketing team, my skill level for coding is, well, very minimal. However, my appreciation for coders and their passion for problem-solving, inquisitive minds, and confidence around a computer is substantial. Regardless, I was very eager to be able to meet the participants and see them get creative, as well as understand their interests and sources of inspiration.Read more »
Our culture makes us unique, but so does the fact that we've been profitable every year while sustaining a healthy level of growth. In fact, we've been growing so much that we've added on three new members to the Call-Em-All family! We're excited to introduce you to Sam, Megan, & Jared as an official part of the Customer Experience, Marketing, & Account Management teams.Read more »
Text messages are not only beneficial for individuals but also for businesses and government organizations. They’re a reliable and affordable mode of communication, especially when you consider mass messaging.
Because text messages are quick and the preferred method of contact among many individuals, mass messaging is the best option for reaching a large group of people during tough weather conditions such as hurricanes.Read more »
At Call-Em-All, we consider mass messaging to be our specialty compared to our competitors. Why? We could ramble on with information for days, but the simple answer is our software truly allows us to efficiently and successfully send over thousands of messages more rapidly using the toll- free number that we provide our customers.Read more »
Did you know that Call-Em-All has been blogging for over 10 years now?! Topics have included everything from product updates and enhancements to emergency weather preparation, etc. And while we have enjoyed discussing these essential subjects, we want to put a fresh new spin on our blog theme ...one that aligns better with our company culture. After all, our purpose is to positively impact those around us and what better way to display this than to make our content more positive!Read more »
For the vast majority of Americans, robocalls and spam phone calls are a reality of daily life. It’s not hard to understand why complaints are steadily rising, especially when they are often associated with political, telemarketing, and other scams designed to take advantage of consumers. Not all robocalls are bad though. Appointment reminders, job or shift openings, and emergency notifications are just a few of the positive ways people use robocalls for good.Read more »
Many employers ask their employees to display the traits of a transparent workplace, such as honesty, respect, and integrity. But unless an employer also acts in this way, the workplace won't truly be transparent. When the leader of a workplace creates a transparent culture, the workplace and its employees benefit in several ways. The results may be faster problem solving, better teamwork, healthy working relationships, trust and, ultimately, improved performance.Read more »
When you personalize your mass text message, you get better engagement and improved response rates. Personalization allows you to insert custom fields that automatically fill in with your contacts information. Users can upload data that includes: first name, last name, appointment dates, doctor names, invoice amounts, etc. The possibilities are limitless!Read more »
Our purpose at Call-Em-All is to positively impact those around us. We believe that success is about growing a business with purpose and leading by values. Our values guide our decisions, shaping the way we work with our customers, our communities, and each other. We measure success by more than just profit. Here are some ways in which we strive to be a positive influence.Read more »
WHY ARE SHORT CODES BEING ELIMINATED?
As part of AT&T’s new policies and code of conduct, no new short code programs will be activated or approved. The company also announced that all existing shared short codes will be terminated at a future date to be determined. Although the timeline is not yet clear when this will occur, AT&T has specified it would give “appropriate advanced notice” for these changes.Read more »