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Ron Kinkade

Ron Kinkade is the Director of Marketing at Call-Em-All, an automated calling and group texting company that provides solutions for small and medium sized businesses, large corporations, membership organizations, community groups, and individuals. Ron has more than 15 years of experience with a proven track record of success. Ron is a graduate of Illinois State University.
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Recent Posts

Video: What Call-Em-All Does

"Tell me what Call-Em-All does" is a question we're used to answering but we have been working on a fun project to produce a video that helps capture the essence of the service we provide. This video was done completely in house without any external agency or production company. We tried to capture the genuine nature of our team and a little bit of our culture.

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The Call-Em-All Mobile App

I'm reposting this blog post from a couple of years ago when we were chomping at the bit to announce our mobile app. Our mobile web app is still available today and is a great way to access your account when you are on the go. We've added some new features and enhancements to our service over the past couple of years, so it might be worth revisiting the app to see if it works for you.

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The Secret Behind Hiring 16 Million Temporary Workers

Imagine this scenario: a big client calls at the last minute and needs to fill numerous positions in all different areas of the company within the next week. You are tasked with the job of contacting thousands of potential candidates in a relatively short period of time. It can be difficult to find, recruit, and train thousands of people in such a short window of time. Imagine how long it would take a staffing firm to call thousands of workers. Not only do these firms help numerous companies with their marketing, interviewing, training, and employee scheduling, especially during the busy holiday season - but they are helping with a vital part of our economy. How do they do it year after year?

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Are There Good Robocalls?

In early January, the Federal Trade Commission busted a major robocall scam in Florida that had been going on since 2012. The scammers were violating the “do not call” list and posing as Internal Revenue Service (IRS) agents, demanding that taxpayers either make immediate payments or risk jail and deportation. Over seventy arrests were made and more than 750 people were detained in this ongoing investigation. Just this week, a new "Can you hear me now?" robocall scam has made national headlines. Voice broadcasting is a great way to communicate with your group, but here are some key principles to remember.

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Your Essential Emergency Notification Tools

None of us like to imagine that we will ever face a dire emergency. It’s in our nature to be optimistic and hope for the best. Bad things happen to other people, on other continents, not in our backyard. Although we have countless examples of horrific things happening just around the corner we place our blinkers on and go about our day, immune to the possibility of any disasters befalling us. On the other hand, one doesn’t want to live in total fear of the worst things that could happen and end up hiding under our beds forever. We need to find a happy balance where we are at least prepared for scenarios where a clear head and a specific set of useful steps could save lives.

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Call-Em-All's automated messaging service allows you to send a voice broadcast, group text, or both to every phone number on your list. Clients include Amazon, Siemens, BBB, YMCA, San Antonio Spurs, Avon, and Syracuse University.


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