DialMyCalls In The News - Page #3
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.
- April 13, 2017
It can be one of the riskiest moves an entrepreneur can make: using a credit card to help fund a startup. David Batchelor knew it was the kind of move that could either pay off big time, or leave him with credit card debt.
- April 10, 2017
If you have multiple tenants in different properties, you need to have some sort of system in place that allows you to quickly and efficiently contact all of them at once for things like reminders and emergency notifications. Many landlords turn to mass notification systems to streamline this process.
- February 23, 2017
Choose the right apps. Your first job is to choose the right apps to communicate with. There are dozens of apps to help you email, text, chat, and video conference with your Each has its own advantages and disadvantages, such as connection speed, stream quality, price, and side features. DialMyCalls has created a strong list of the best communication apps for remote workers, so if you aren’t sure what’s out there, it’s a good place to start. Beyond that, you’ll want to choose effective project management and task management apps if you intend to collaborate with your clients; there’s a big degree of subjectivity at play here, so consider your unique needs before proceeding.
- February 14, 2017
“You might have a firm grasp on who your audience is, but how well do you know your employees? Messages from superiors in the workplace are better received when the superior also takes time out once in awhile to just say hello, or ask how their weekend was,” says Angela R. of DialMyCalls. “Small talk is a communication method that helps to build trust, making the big talks better heard.”
- February 13, 2017
“Voice messaging enables a higher response rate than using direct mail, yet it is as fast and inexpensive as sending emails,” DialMyCalls explains. “Additionally, it can be used to serve various purposes inside of your business by creating a new bridge of communication.”
- February 11, 2017
Activate a Mass Notification System
Keeping people on the same page is vital for community awareness. When an event or emergency demands immediate attention, religious organizations once employed the calling tree. Essential news was passed by word of mouth through the grapevine.
But this system wasn’t always accurate, and it didn’t necessarily guarantee that everyone got the message. Now we have technology that makes the challenge of notifying everyone in your parish quick and easy with voice broadcasting or SMS messaging systems.
This marvelous tool makes it easy to notify your entire congregation instantly through pre-set numbers. It’s a popular resource for religious organizations around the world today.
- February 10, 2017
Social media is all about communicating with your target audience, and there are certain applications that can make the process easier. Whether you’re looking to communicate internally or across channels, here are some of the most highly recommended communication apps available…
- February 8, 2017
Success in any of the above endeavors isn’t guaranteed unless you’ve crafted a particularly compelling voice broadcast. The first step is choosing a simple tool for sending your broadcast. An industry favorite is DialMyCalls, which allows you to message up to 200,000 people at once.
- January 27, 2017
This is where A.I. comes to the rescue. Take a physician’s office as an example. Many physicians are using A.I.-powered SMS platforms that automatically send text messages to patients to remind them of upcoming appointments. This saves time, decreases no-shows and ultimately enhances the bottom line.
- January 12, 2017
Sending out a mass text or voice message to notify your team about a last-minute meeting change might be appropriate, but that format would be far from ideal for detailing the scope of a new project.
Similarly, email isn’t the best way to start a long conversation, especially about a sensitive subject. Learn to read the situation and decide on the appropriate channel.