People use Call-Em-All to deliver text messages to their contact groups. In some cases, these messages are merely notifications or alerts and don't require a reply. Often, messages are designed to engage contacts. It's no secret that text messages have a high response rate, but what is really shocking is how many replies to the original message go unread. Let's take a more in-depth look at this and explore why you shouldn't ignore responses to your mass text.Read more »
Chances are if you’re reading this, you’ve been lied to about unlimited text messaging. There are companies who promise that you can send text messages from your local, normal ten-digit phone number, like your business line or personal desk phone, as much as you need for a flat monthly fee.
Turns out, there’s a few things they aren’t telling you.Read more »
A fundamental decision was made during the early days of Call-Em-All. That decision has affected almost every area of our business. From the over 15,000+ active clients we currently serve to the foundation of how our company interacts with the communities who use us.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 »
“With great power comes great responsibility.” Nobody on the Call-Em-All team ever thought Uncle Ben’s words to Peter Parker would apply to our work, but SURPRISE! That’s the exact mindset that comes with leading the industry charge for automated text messaging.Read more »