Textlocal has launched Messenger 2.0 – and promised the updated online communication system will help change the face of British business. No pressure, then.
“Messenger 2.0 could be described as a bespoke project management tool for your mobile messaging campaigns,” says Textlocal founder Alastair Shortland. “It has been developed through years of experience working with all types of businesses with the aim of making them more profitable. If you’re a restaurant, you can build a free web page containing your whole menu for free, and send it to your whole database of contacts in seconds for pennies. There really is nothing else like it on the market.”
Messenger 2.0 adds the ability to auto-schedule campaigns to reach different recipients at specific times, send shortened link to a mobile site created in the platform, generate QR codes, add location-based functionality, and much more. But will it change the face of British business forever? We’ll have to wait and see.
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