Posted on May 23rd, 2013 by Bob and Joy Schwabach
Recent market research from IBM found that 90 percent of email marketing goes unread. The solution, says tech strategist Daniel Burrus, is to use text messaging. It’s just the reverse. People read and act on a text message 90 percent of the time. The trick is you have get potential clients or customers to request a text message. On all of Burrus’ print and marketing materials, he puts the message “Text Burrus to 99000 for a special handout on this subject.” For more on this topic, go to goo.gl/5B26A.
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Posted on January 7th, 2012 by Bob and Joy Schwabach
“Future Text” is a free app for your phone that lets you write text messages now and send them any time up to 30 days later. They have a $2 version that lets you write text messages now and have them sent up to a year later. (We could see this as a plot device in some mystery show.)
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Posted on November 1st, 2011 by Bob and Joy Schwabach
If you or someone you know sends a lot of text messages, and don’t have the benefit of the iPhone’s iMessage, a better way to go might be GroupMe, an app from Skype.com that works with any cell phone.
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Posted on October 25th, 2011 by Bob and Joy Schwabach
You probably know that the latest Apple iPhone 4S has “Siri” which responds to your voice. Owners of Android phones can get something similar, called Sonalight. Both these apps are free.
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Posted on April 16th, 2011 by Bob and Joy Schwabach
LiveProfile is a free text messaging app for iPhone or Android. Users can share photos, videos and “comprehensive” profile information without incurring text messaging charges.
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Posted on March 15th, 2010 by Bob and Joy Schwabach
A new free application called “TigerText” will let you set a time limit on how long your text message lasts on the iPhone.
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