DialMyCalls In The News - Page #14
Featured here are articles published by the most reputable national and international media. These articles have been gathered through the years of operation of our company and are being constantly updated.
5 Useful Practices for Text Messaging Church Members
MinistryTodayMag.com - July 21, 2015
With an SMS broadcasting service such as DialMyCalls, contact lists can be arranged in any way the church sees fit. This allows them to alert only certain groups, such as the parents of youth group members, if a meeting is being canceled or moved to another location. Again, sending an SMS text message to everyone at one time is much more effective than having to call each person one by one or rely on a phone chain.
Writing a Business Plan? 13 Challenges to Overcome
BusinessNewsDaily.com - May 18, 2015
The hardest but most important piece is getting your target demographics dialed in properly. You need to know who you’ll be selling to and how big the market is to estimate with some accuracy how many people you can reach and sell your product or service to.
Making Customer Feedback Count
AmericanExpress.com - April 28, 2015
An established small business that relies on customer input for new products and features is DialMyCalls.com, an automated telephone notification service used by schools, churches and sports leagues. DialMyCalls.com uses an internal ticket system and whiteboards at its offices in Houston and Jupiter, Florida, to track how many times customers request a new feature or improvement, according to David Batchelor, the company’s president and co-founder.
The Right Ways To Bring Your Organizational Values To Life
TinyHR.com - February 17, 2015
“Our biggest core value is treating our customers as family, no matter how big or small they are,” shares David Batchelor, President and Cofounder of DialMyCalls.
20 Entrepreneurs Explain The 1st Thing You Need When Starting a Business
Rescue.CEOBlogNation.com - February 14, 2015
“Anyone who’s about to start a business needs to learn the art of the checklist. Especially at the early stages of a company you’re going to feel scatterbrained with a million things you need to do and want to do. The most important thing you can do is create a checklist and rank entries based on order of importance, and then stick to it.” – David Batchelor
Night Owl vs. Early Bird: Which Is a Better Business Owner?
NFIB.com - February 12, 2015
David Batchelor is decidedly in the early bird camp. Batchelor is the founder of DialMyCalls, a Jupiter, Florida-based mass notification service with 80,000 users. He says being an early riser is a big advantage.
How Small Businesses Connect With An Online Audience
MessagingService.com - February 12, 2015
“We focus a lot of energy on engaging with our customers and followers on social media. These days so many people are on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn that if used properly it can be a wealth of great leads for your business.” – David Batchelor
Responsive Design: Should You Make the Switch?
Envoc.com - February 11, 2015
“Over the years we slowly watched our mobile traffic growing year over year. In 2012 with about 15% mobile traffic we knew it was time to make the jump to a new responsive layout to properly handle that traffic. It was a bit of an undertaking but well worth it, we increased our sign-ups from mobile traffic by almost 100%.” – David Batchelor
More than 50 Facebook marketing tips for entrepreneurs
LaunchGrowJoy.com - January 12, 2015
“Being successful with Facebook marketing for us has come down to 1 thing, targeting! At first we used Facebook with mediocre results because of the general ad buying approach, which is just targeting your ads to a specific country, for example we aim for the US and Canada only. This works to an extent but the power of Facebook ads comes down to targeted ad buys.” – David Batchelor