Last week on Tuesday, Call-Em-All gained a new web-Development intern. Chetan is a graduate student from Rochester institute of Technology in Rochester New York. He is specializing in Web and mobile application development, so you could be looking at the next Mark Zuckerberg. I had a chance to sit down with Chetan. Here are a few interesting facts about the new web-dev hot shot.Read more »
I have been tasked with the job of introducing myself to all Call-Em-All customers. You would think talking about myself wouldn't be hard because we all love talking about ourselves, right?! WRONG! I dread the idea of blabbering on about myself in a long blog. Hey bear with me, I promise to throw in some jokes and Taylor Swift lyrics to keep you entertained.Read more »
Hurricane Harvey is turning into a catastrophic rainfall and flood threat. It will likely turn into the nation's first Category 3 landfall in almost 12 years as it makes landfall over the Texas Gulf Coast. Dangerous flooding from the storm-surge and strong winds could leave parts of the area uninhabitable for extended periods of time. At Call-Em-All we take pride in being able to provide a valuable service that helps so many people communicate during an emergency.Read more »
Spam calls suck.
I know, I know, you’re probably thinking something like: “Um… What? You’re a robocaller, Jon. You’re the problem!” Here’s the thing though, Call-Em-All is actually the Captain America of the mass communication industry. We stand for good and fight the bad (Pst! Check out our Manifesto if you don’t believe me).Read more »
This month there were major robocall lawsuits in the news, and one of them is resulting a large payout for consumers as part of a class action suit. Robocalling cases continue to be top news stories and serve as a reminder of how not to use automated calling services. The FCC reported an average of 2.53 billion robocalls in June, up 6.6% from May. Are there good robocalls? Do consumers see any value in automated calls or is the hatred for "robocall" too strong? Let's dive into the issue.Read more »