How To Communicate With Employees Using Bulk SMS

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Aug 27, 2014

Bulk SMS has been proven to be a fantastic marketing strategy, bringing in customers left right and centre, but there are a lot more uses for using bulk SMS than first thought. You can easily use bulk messaging in your workplace to communicate with employees. When working in a business, whether it is small or large, there are always changes going on such as changes of a staff meeting, or the absence of a manager that may cause problems to other staff members. In order to run a business smoothly and properly, things must be organised and there is no better way to keep people organised than using bulk SMS to send reminders when certain projects or tasks must be completed by.

 

Another great reason to use SMS to communicate with employees is that it saves time. It’s so quick and simple to upload a contact list to Voodoo SMS. Also, the staff member can receive messages while on-the-go so that important notifications can always be picked up whether they are in the office, away sick or in a meeting. This also means that you won’t miss out on securing important deals as transactions can be completed at any time. Text messages also consist of only 160 characters, so messages are kept short and concise. Experts believe that this is one of the best mediums of communication of the modern era.

 

If you are a Manager in the business, and have information that may be useful to certain employees. Using bulk SMS is a fantastic way to get information out to certain people quickly and efficiently. Also, coming from an employee's point of view, being kept updated about business decisions is very important. In order to move and develop with the business, you need to be aware of what’s going on and by using bulk text messaging to let employees know any changes iit can easily boost staff engagement.

 

Businesses all over the world are already making use of Bulk SMS and its fantastic benefits, and there is no denying that the future of mobile marketing is bright. So why not try it within your own business?

 

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