There are many text services available on the market. Text messaging for business is particularly challenging because there is no easy way to use a business landline telephone device to send and receive text messages. The phone on the desk doesn’t have a keypad or digital display that easily allows for text messaging use in the day to day operation of a business.
Some companies have tried using web based or desktop application for text messaging, some are using an application on their mobile phone, and some are using their personal cell phone numbers to send and receive text messages forwarding screen shots to email to save, but none of those options are as desirable by corporate America as TextBetter™.
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If you are reading this, chances are that your company is using a toll free or 800 number. Businesses use a toll-free number instead of a local phone number for a variety of reasons.
Common benefits include:
- Gives company a national presence.
- Makes it easy and free for customers to call the company.
- Number can be easier to remember, especially in larger areas that have more than one area code, such as Los Angeles, New York City, or Phoenix.
- Makes the company appear larger and more professional.
- Used for brand awareness such as companies like 1-800-FLOWERS.
As we can see, a company’s 800 number can be very important. Now what about texting? In previous articles we have talked about why every business should use texting as a tool. Let’s dive into why specifically a company should enable text messaging for their existing business toll free number instead of setting up a new number just for texting.
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