SANTA MONICA, Calif., March 8, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — Mobile messaging is a simple yet powerful way to communicate with all of your customers in just a few minutes. Learn how your company can utilize CallFire to market your business and get results. Register for the webinar here.
|a) How to send a Text Message to your customers.|
|b) How to send a Voice Message to your customers.|
|c) How to send a Video Message to your customers.|
Part 1: SMS Text Messaging
Learn how to send a text message to 1 or 100,000 phone numbers, all at once. After this portion of the webinar, participants will understand how to upload an Excel list of contacts, compose a custom text message, and immediately send that message for as little as 3 cents per text.
Industry examples: Nonprofits & Collections.
Part 2: Voice Broadcast Messaging
Learn to send a voice recording to thousands of people at once. After this portion of the webinar, participants will be able to record a voice message using any telephone, and immediately broadcast this recording for as little as 3.5 cents per call.
Industry examples: Insurance and Political outreach.
Part 3: Video Messaging with SMS
Learn how to send a video notification or commercial to your customers, for just 3 cents per message. After this portion of the webinar, participants will understand how compose a custom text message with an embedded YouTube URL, and immediately generate views by any customer with an android or iPhone device.
Example: How to send Marketing or Instructional videos to your customers.
The webinar will be conducted by Jacob Weiss — Sales Czar at CallFire. When he’s not playing Ultimate Frisbee, writing Haikus or baking challah you can find Jacob at the forefront of CallFire’s sales team. Jacob has patiently assisted thousands of CallFire customers understand CallFire’s Mobile Messaging solutions for small businesses. On April 20th, 2011 Jacob will be conducting TMCNet’s exclusive CallFire webinar to teach you the basics.
If you have any questions, please contact us at email@example.com or 877-897-FIRE.
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