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 an additional two new members to the Call-Em-All family! We're excited to introduce you to Brittney & Humberto as an official part of the Customer Experience & Engineering teams.Read more »
Let's be honest: Most of us loathe interacting with a salesperson. Think of The Wolf of Wallstreet, Used Cars, and Boiler Room. Was there a character in any of these movies who was anything but greedy? Most of us believe that sales is the practice of causing an individual to take action that they wouldn't in their own devices. It's no wonder that we try to avoid them at all costs! Early on, Call-Em-All made the decision not to grow a sales team. We're not anti -sales, per say, it's just that it doesn't fit our culture.Read more »
REVISED July 5, 2019
People use Call-Em-All to deliver important text messages to their contact groups. In some cases, these messages are solely notifications or alerts that don't require a reply. However, messages are also designed to engage contacts. It's no secret that text messages have a high response rate, but what is really shocking is how many replies to the original message go unread. Let's take a more in-depth look at this and explore why you shouldn't ignore responses to your mass text.Read more »
We believe in doing the right thing, which is why we provide detailed delivery results for your text broadcasts. What if your message was rejected for possible spam? What if a phone was unreachable? What if it was sent to the carrier but didn't make it to the handset? That's the experience we're trying to improve for you with better text broadcast details.Read more »
REVISED JUNE 18, 2019
Tired of getting unwanted text messages on your phone? Automated message spam is illegal, but that isn't stopping the scammers from sending out endless offers for free vacations, car warranties, health insurance, or debt relief services. At Call-Em-All, we loathe unwanted messages, and we hate text spam just as much as you do. Really! That's why we don't let customers use our service for marketing, political, or fundraising purposes.
Here are 5 tips to help protect yourself from unwanted messages.Read more »
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 »
Since 2011, Call-Em-All's founders, Brad & Hai, have been active participants in the Small Giants community. To be a part of the community, a company needs to be privately owned, profitable, at least ten years old and selected based on factors including community involvement, commitment to staff, and industry excellence.Read more »
REVISED May 29, 2019
Chances are if you’re reading this, you’ve been lied to about "unlimited text messaging." Some companies have been promising that you can send as many text messages as you need from a local, standard ten-digit phone number, like your business line or personal desk phone, for only a flat monthly fee.
Turns out, there’s a few things they aren’t telling you.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 »