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The new year is a time of year when traditionally people set out to take back control of their personal finances. It is also, however, a time of year when people are feeling financially stretched - even more so as we go into 2018 with inflation at the highest levels in many years. All this is great news for money lenders, who can help their customers to get things under control with personal loans. So how can such companies use SMS Marketing to their advantage. We share some ideas from the team.

The new year is traditionally a time when people look to make positive changes in their lives and resolve to tie up loose ends in various areas of life. It is an ideal time for Life Insurers to reach out to both new and existing clients and encourage them to make sure that everything is in order for the new year. SMS Marketing is a powerful and effective solution which is ideal for such a campaign. Here are seven suggestions for using SMS Marketing to start your 2018 campaign.

Insurance companies have lots of ways they can put SMS messaging to work for building their business and managing customer relations. The following list covers 7 different use cases that can apply to any type of insurance.


With the rapid increase in technological development that defines the 21st century, companies across all sectors are looking for ways to stand out from the crowd. In the modern, technological economy, a company’s ability to connect with its customers and provide top-quality user experience (UX) is fast becoming an essential component of any successful business. Customers now have the ability to thoroughly search the market to find a company that can provide them with the best possible deal. In a corporate environment that is more competitive than ever, what is the best way to truly stand out from the crowd? One of the fastest growing techniques is the use of SMS marketing.


SMS messaging supports all sorts of use cases. Most of the time, businesses consider it an expense. But for some businesses, there's a method that could turn that expense into income. See some examples of how it works, and if it might be for you in this blog.