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The rules around Sender IDs can be quite confusing, where do you need one, where can you have one etc. This page takes you through some of the common questions our customers ask about Sender IDs.
If you won’t be using your purchased credits, you can either request a refund or donate unused credits to a non-profit organisation using our services. See below for more info.
A Sender ID is a unique name or standard mobile number that shows in the “from” field of your text messages on your phone. And until your SenderID has been registered in these countries, your messages will not be delivered.
So, you’ve got a great SMS marketing campaign idea and you’re all set to hit send, but do you even know who your SMSes are going to? Is your database a list of interested customers, or are you taking a shot in the dark and hoping the right message gets to the right people - or even gets through at all?
Understanding the details of SMS compliance, consent, and regulation is crucial for any business using SMS to communicate with customers. While it may seem daunting to make sure your SMS campaigns cross all the legal t's and dot all the regulatory i's, it doesn’t need to be. Especially because we're here to help.
If you'd like to send an SMS directly from your website, you'll need to use an SMS API.
If you’re unsure of how to start using SMS in your business or marketing processes, we’ve outlined 6 simple ways to SMS using our platform.
Before you can start sending SMSes, you need to buy SMS credits. Read more about the different payment options we offer to get you started.
If you’d like to send system generated, or automated, SMSes, you’ll need to use an SMS API. An SMS API is a code that helps one platform to talk to another platform - or device - using SMS.
You can send SMSes from a company name or brand name using a Sender ID. A Sender ID is a unique name or standard mobile number that shows in the “from” field of your text messages on your phone.
A transactional SMS is typically an automated SMS message sent in response to an event or action triggered by a customer.
Does it annoy you when someone misses their appointment? The wax is ready, or the nail polish laid out, everything is prepped, and, for whatever reason, your client does not arrive. Missed appointments are not only frustrating, they affect revenue and can also lead to a break down in the relationship between you and your client. Fortunately, SMS allows for personal and direct communication with your clients that has proven to reduce "no shows" and keep them coming back. Take a look at the top ways SMS is being used in the beauty industry.
SMS is now proving to be a vital tool in the monitoring of in-store systems and processes. From temperature management to security alerts, the wide reach and instantaneous nature of SMS means that more businesses are relying on this channel to get their messages across. Here are 4 innovative ways that SMS can be used by retail stores.
The e-Commerce industry relies heavily on efficient delivery, reliable communication and ultimately, customer satisfaction, which is why many key players in the industry have turned to SMS to help streamline their processes. Take a look at how SMS is securing, enhancing and enabling the online shopping experience.
SMS has been around for almost as long as mobile phones have, making it the pioneer of mobile messaging platforms. Modern companies still use and trust this old technology to get their important messages in front of their customers. Here are 6 reasons why.
In the increasingly competitive space of SMS technology, choosing the right SMS provider for your business demands more than a simple price comparison. Although cost is important, there are a number of other aspects that should be taken into account before settling with an SMS provider.
Our most popular API is the HTTP to SMS API. This is a RESTful API that uses simple query parameters via URLs, however, we encourage our clients to use POST requests when submitting a request to our server. Using a POST request means that the data will be secure inside the body of the POST request and not appended as URL parameters.
Application-to-person (A2P) and Person-to-person (P2P) messaging are two different types of SMS traffic. We've outlined what they mean and what makes them different, take a look.
An API (Application Programming Interface) is a means by which the functions of a computer program (such as the BulkSMS service) can be made available to another computer program (such as the notification component of an online booking website). This is made possible by using a standard, which is made known to the programmers of both programs.
Do you need to send SMS messages to large groups straight from your iPad without having to individually select each contact? The BulkSMS app is available for download from iStore and allows for the easy sending of group SMS messaging.
Bulk SMS messaging is a legacy description for application-to-person SMS messaging services. It refers specifically to the sending of large number of SMS messages to the mobile phones of a predetermined group of recipients.
An SMS short code is a 5 digit number to which an SMS text message can be sent. Short codes are often used by businesses to allow customers to opt-in to their SMS campaigns, alert services, or to enter SMS competitions. At BulkSMS.com we offer two types of SMS shortcode solutions.
Two-factor authentication (2FA), also known as multiple-step verification, is a process by which a user's identity is double checked to determine their legitimacy. In most cases, an online account holder will be required to present two separate passwords in order access their account.
Bulk SMS messaging, as of the late 1990's, has become a central communication tool for businesses and organizations across the globe. Due to the popularity of bulk SMS services, there are many platforms available to suit the needs of anyone wanting to send bulk SMS messages.
Unlike most SMS messaging solutions available, using the internet to send bulk SMS messages means that you can access your account and send SMS messages from anywhere in the world using an internet enabled device. The BulkSMS Web to SMS solution does just that.
Sending a mass text message to a contact group from an iPhone can be time-consuming if doing so directly from the built in SMS messaging capabilities available on the device. When sending a group SMS message, iPhone users are required to individually select and add each contact to the recipient list...
SMS provides simple and cost-effective way of communicating with customers, but the benefits go far beyond that. Which is exactly why it remains an essential part of communication and marketing strategies.