Engaged employees are passionate, energetic, committed toward their jobs and employers, and lead to higher quality of work. Employee engagement is also linked to higher profitability. According to Gallup Data, though, just 34 percent of workers in the U.S. are engaged at work. Employee engagement begins with communication, and SMS texting is one of the most efficient and effective communication tools you can use.
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Many nonprofits rely on volunteers to maintain day-to-day operations, provide logistical assistance at events, and drive donations. Attracting these much needed volunteers can be challenging, so it’s critical nonprofits use multiple channels in their recruitment strategy. Adding text messaging as a channel is a must in today’s increasingly mobile-driven world.
Including URLs to web pages in your texts is an easy and effective way to drive traffic to forms, surveys, app downloads, virtual meetings, and other helpful information. Since phones automatically hyperlink valid URLs, your supplementary information or follow-up action is just a quick tap of a link away. Here are some best practices for ensuring a positive user experience for your audience and a successful outcome for your organization.
Mass text messaging is useful for any organization looking for a competitive advantage, as it can be used as a tool for marketing or internal communications. Unsure how your organization can benefit from mass text messaging? Here are four industries that use mass text messaging as a marketing and communications channel.
How Blattner Energy Uses TextMarks SMS to Streamline Communications, Enhance Safety, and Control Costs
Blattner Energy turned to TextMarks when it needed to streamline communications with large numbers of employees, many of whom are spread across large job sites. Effective communications not only boosted productivity, but also enhanced employee safety.
In New York City, a recent research study demonstrated that texting improves criminal justice outcomes. The conclusion is based on an experiment in which researchers used text messages to remind defendants of their court dates.