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SMS marketing: Old-school, or forward-thinking?

Despite the common perception that they’re out of date, SMS marketing messages are reported to garner open rates as high as 98%.

So, in a world full of emails, phone calls, and digital ads, how are SMS campaigns managing to keep customers engaged while improving automation and giving companies actionable insights?

Access this guide to discover more about SMS and learn how you can integrate API solutions to achieve:

  • Easily scheduled bulk and personalized messages for immediate campaigns
  • Scheduled notifications and personalized alerts
  • Fully integrated web surveys
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