arrow Mobile Keywords and Short Codes

A Mobile Keyword is a one-word phrase that identifies a product, service, action, or business. People text a mobile keyword to your 5-digit short code number to receive additional information and to join your mobile distribution list. For example, if a customer texts "Couponflash" to 96362, the customer will immediately receive an automated text response (that you can setup and change at anytime). The text response can be more information about your product or service tied to that specific keyword. You can also setup a multiple keywords tied to different automated messages. For example, the keyword "Couponflash" is owned by our demo account, and you will receive a sample automated response from us. Anybody who creates an account with us can immediately create a mobile keyword as long as it's not already taken by another user (much like owning an Internet URL).
Short Codes are special telephone numbers that are typically 4 to 6 digits long. Unlike regular 10-digit phone numbers, you cannot call a short code number. They are used for texting purposes only. Short codes act just like any other regular 10-digit phone numbers that you can send text messages to. Typically they are used for business purposes for consumers to purchase products or to request additional information about a product, service, or business. They are often used to tally votes for a contest or sweepstake (like they do in American IdolTM ). You've seen mobile keyword and short code technology on TV shows, radio commercials, billboards, print advertising, and websites
Mobile Keyword Marketing
Unlike traditional email subscriptions, mobile keyword subscriptions are controlled by the end users. People can subscribe and unsubscribe on an opt-in basis. This level of control and the new emerging mobile culture have brought keyword marketing to impact levels far exceeding direct mail, email marketing, and other traditional marketing channels, resulting in as much as 90% + read rate and 25%+ response rate.
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