Category: Internal Communication
If you are a church leader, consider the use of text messaging in your communication and engagement strategy with your congregation.
Mass text messaging is not only easy to implement, it is effective, too, as it takes an individual an average of just 90 seconds to respond to a text.
While texting is often seen as an incredibly effective marketing tool, here are 3 ways texting can enhance your organization’s internal communications.
Text Messaging for Emergencies
If you have an emergency in your office or out in the field, text messaging needs to be part of your organization’s internal communication strategy.
While the ability to effectively communicate is critical for anyone who wishes to succeed in business, it is especially important for leaders.
Responsible for helping set the tone of a company’s culture, leaders are often tasked with not only motivating employees, but external stakeholders, toward a common goal.
Text messaging for professional purposes differs from the everyday text messaging we do with friends and family. Professional courtesy and appropriate content are key. The tips below will help ensure your business texts are effective and support your business objectives.
Whether you work on the administrative side of things or directly with the public, you love your job, which is why you should consider text messaging as an organizational communication tool.
In today’s world, engagement is one of the most important business objectives for any nonprofit, many of whom have turned to text messaging.
If you are looking to connect with a group of volunteers AND get a response back, mass text messaging is the way to do it. Although sent en masse, a simple text with a clear call to action is more likely to generate a response than “another email.”