Automated text messaging (SMS messaging) has quickly become one of the most popular ways for businesses and organizations to get their message out. Sending out mass texts quickly communicates important or desirable information in a direct way to the people on your list. Knowing you’re sending mass texts directly to the people who actually want to hear it means no more worrying about damaging your brand with unsolicited messaging.Read more »
Is mass texting illegal? It's a question many of our customers ask us before signing up for service. The reality is that there are regulations governing certain aspects of mass messaging, and there are a lot of gray areas as well. There's also the issue of enforcement and holding spammers accountable for breaking the rules. In this post, we'll take a look at what you can, can't, and shouldn't do when mass texting.Read more »
Each year, Forbes, in partnership with the Small Giants Community, publishes their list of the top 25 small companies in America. The list celebrates standout businesses that have chosen greatness over growth. All of the winners are privately owned, profitable, at least 10 years old and are selected based on factors like community involvement, workplace quality and industry excellence. This post highlights 4 reasons we believe made a difference in our selection.Read more »
No matter the method, whether mass calling or mass texting, the purposes to do so are plenty. Mass calling and texting aren’t just effective messaging tools that businesses, non-profit institutions, and community organizations alike can take advantage of. Its usefulness has made it a popular tool of communication in recent years for entities of all kinds, including emergency services, private social groups, healthcare offices, schools, and employee pools.Read more »
Hurricane Season is upon us, spanning from June 1st to November 30th. Last year reminded us just how much havoc an extremely active hurricane season can bring. Irma's maximum sustained wind speed of 185 mph made it the strongest storm that's ever existed in the Atlantic, outside the Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico. (Including those regions, it's the second strongest after Allen, which reached 190 mph). Although last season’s catastrophic storms like Harvey, Irma, and Maria are in the past, we could face similarly dangerous storms this year as well.Read more »
Here's what my first two weeks as an intern have taught me about work culture.Read more »
Machine Learning. Artificial Intelligence. Cryptocurrency. Blockchain. These buzzwords have exploded in popularity, capturing the imagination of tech-enthusiasts around the world. The aforementioned technologies are dynamically changing the way we live our lives.
A particular area of this technological evolution that impacts our everyday lives is web development. Web development has been around for decades but continues to improve and adapt over time, providing fast and enjoyable internet experiences for users on a plethora of devices. Read on to learn more about my experience as a web development intern.
Communication can be costly in time and money. For many organizations, the resources just aren’t there to provide all the communication necessary to keep a large following informed.Read more »
For more than a year we've been re-designing the Call-Em-All account interface. New customers have been getting the content for awhile, but we've been working on slowly releasing the content to existing users in order to ease the transition. This month, we're moving almost everyone over to the new content - as well as delivering some exciting product improvements.Read more »