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COVID-19 pandemic has had a huge impact on conventional work settings. Two years ago the world as we all know had come to a halt. As much of the world was being affected by the outbreak of COVID-19, enterprises whether small or large were struggling to keep their businesses afloat. During these tough times VoIP came to rescue and helped organizations to allow their employees to work from the comfort of their homes. While some were already ahead of the game and were equipped with VoIP phone systems other’s learned that switching from traditional phone system to VoIP wasn’t all that difficult.

VoIP telephony is considered the future of business. Here are a few of many benefits of VoIP telephony:-

  • Reduced cost
  • Secured
  • Portable
  • Easy to scale
  • Flexible
  • Always stay connected
  • Easy to handle complex call routing and much much more.

How can one easily be a VoIP service provider?

Whether you are a MSP, ISP, or want to start your carrier as VoIP Phone System provider, the easiest and fastest way to do so is by leveraging White Label solution.To do so you have start with these 3 simple steps:-

1) Look at your existing business model and see how VoIP communication system fits in.
2) Lay down a basic infrastructure plan.
3) Research the VoIP telecom provider.

Understand VoIP Basics.

While you do not need to be an expert in technology, it is pivotal to learn the basic concepts. Let’s start with the term itself.

VoIP: Voice over Internet Protocol

VoIP is a technology that delivers voice communications, streaming video, and other media over the Internet.  

SIP: Session Initiation Protocol

SIP is one of the most common protocols used in VoIP technology. It’s an application layer protocol that helps transmit multimedia communication sessions over the Internet.

DID: Direct Inward Dialing

Direct Inward Dialing (DID) is used to dial a particular phone number at a business instead of going through a menu or dialing an extension.

PBX: Private Branch Exchange

PBX is a business phone system or a private telephone network that allows users to talk to each other. It’s a telephone switch system that allows internal phone systems to share trunks. Businesses can choose to have hosted PBX or on-premise  PBX. On-premise PBX requires to own and manage onsite hardware, whereas hosted PBX does not require businesses to own any hardware. Hardware is owned and managed by service provider, Hosted PBX opens room for opportunity with wide range of features and third party integrations with Customer Relationship Management (CRM) platforms.

UCaaS: Unified Communications as a Service.

UCaaS also commonly refered to as UC is integration of various communications services such as voice, video, sms/mms, fax and voicemail under a single interface.

Better than Other Options

Of course, you have other options such as a newspaper or TV ads. However, none of these are as cost-effective as SMS. SMS has 98% open rate and 45% response rate. The ROI is much higher than any other advertisement channel.

Instant Delivery

You do not have to wait for your message to reach your target audience. The delivery is instant, and the results are fast.

Personal Charm

The mobile phone holds an unparalleled personal charm. No one can deny that. Craft a personalized custom bulk SMS message and schedule it to send it to your target audience at the time you want them to receive it.

To give an edge to your marketing efforts and to drive more business choose a bulk SMS service provider. Schedule and send your time sensitive alerts/promotions.

Short and Sweet

Though it’s in ‘bulk’, the messages are never ‘bulky’. They are short and crisp. What’s more, they are often written in SMS lingo. The snippet format of these messages has an instant attractive quotient.

It has a quick window of time to register in the psyche of the user. This quickness often results in an instant favorable decision.

This also makes it an excellent option for limited period deals. You do not want your customers to sleep over your offer. Convey this urgency with an SMS that gets read almost instantly. After all, why do smartphones have message notifications for?

Final Tips

So, what do you need to have a successful bulk SMS Marketing campaign?

First and foremost, pay attention to developing a compelling message. Enumerate your offer in crisp detail and include a good CTA (Call to action).

The second tip, do not spam. Take the lesson from failed email campaigns. Instead of flooding your customers with offers, send the messages at regular intervals.

The final tip, keep up the personal appeal. Craft your message in a way you would convey it to a close friend. It carries a greater chance of making a positive impact.

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