Fastsms Full User Manual
That’s why we offer support via phone, online chat or email.
We recognise that not everyone is the same however and that no single solution suits everyone. Most people are comfortable with chat or email support but some really want to speak to one of our helpful, friendly expert account managers.
Other people are more comfortable figuring things out for themselves and for those we offer two solutions. Our online SMS Support Centre has a wealth of info in the form of FAQs, guide, how-tos and so forth and is always a great place to start when looking for answers. For those who would rather have a printed manual we offer several documents in PDF format that you can download, print and peruse at your leisure. These can all be accessed here.
Our Full User Manual is packed full of detailed step by step instructions for every aspect of NetMessenger. It’s great for people new to Fastsms as well as existing customers looking for a little help with a new feature.
Whichever type of support you prefer it’s our aim to provide it.
Starting an SMS marketing campaign can be a daunting task. Gathering explicit opt ins can take time, as you need to make an investment in advertising. So why not just get a jumpstart and buy a list of mobile numbers from an organisation that already has the opt ins? You could do that, but it’s probably harder than just getting people to opt in on their own. Here’s why.
Here's a great real life example of how a retailer used text messaging to offer out a discount voucher to customers who had visited their store. Their approach is simple and intelligent and very focused on one segment of their customer base, those who had recently visited a store.
Nowadays, there are an increasing amount of companies using SMS marketing, but you can stay ahead of the trend by using it more wisely with our killer strategies list. Best used as part of your marketing mix, alongside other strategies, this should complement other points of contact and deliver an intuitive and responsive customer service that is unrivalled by competitors.
Mobile marketing includes many different advertising channels. Most of them include placing an ad in front of a mobile user. Many of us are used to ads online, but they do tend to get annoying. At least that’s according to an eMarketer report on a study done by Instantly.