Live Concert Alerts, Ticket Sales, New Music Reminders
Businesses looking to send out alerts regarding ticket sales, concerts and new music releases are required to follow all the FCC and your state laws regarding sending automated phone calls or texts. Your customers must opt in to receive any kind of message from you, and you must never send any kind of unsolicited message. For texting you can have your customers opt-in to a list via text message, for example text COMPANY NAME to 80123 (our short code), which will opt them in to receive alerts from you. For phone calls you need expressed written consent from them agreeing to receive your messages.
Learn how our automated calling system can help you send out concert notifications and new music reminders to thousands of people in a matter of seconds.
Trying to spread the word on an upcoming live concert? DialMyCalls offers the ability to send hundreds of thousands of voice / text messages to a list of phone numbers, instantly. Alert fans that a live concert is coming to town or that their favorite artist will be releasing new music; DialMyCalls can handle it all with ease.
Concert promoters can sign up for DialMyCalls and import a list of phone numbers to contact. From that point, they are able to set up a custom voice message and/or text message, send it out to hundreds of thousands of fans, instantly spreading the word of the upcoming live concert. New music alerts allow an artists publicist and/or local music re-sellers to alert fans of any new albums from their favorite musicians. Fans can opt-in by using our custom text message keywords, which will in-turn add their phone number to the contact list and they will receive any alerts that are sent out, from that point on. (Whether it be concert alerts or new music reminders)
Start using the power of DialMyCalls to send out live concert alerts and new music reminders today by signing up for our mass notification service.
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