So you’re a government leader or administrator and you have a government communication problem.
How do you get info out to the right people?
To your county or state or city’s citizens?
To your staff or office?
For DMV notices, library reminders, public service announcements? Or just for a particular project
Many people don’t pay attention to their emails, don’t see your social media posts. How can you reach these folks?
SMS text alerts provide a simple solution to get information out to a lot of people quickly.
How does it work?
With text alerts, you first get people to subscribe by having them text in a particular word associated with your account or by going to a free online sign-up page. Or if you already have a list of people who want to receive your texts you can upload it from a spreadsheet.
Once you have people to receive your texts it’s easy to set up and send out messages.
You can even organize and group your subscribers into segments.
What can I use it for?
You can use text alerts to solve many a government communication problem.
You can use it for such uses as the following:
- Public transportation updates
- City announcements
- Traffic reports
- Office closure announcements
- Staff updates
- Fire department updates
- Parks and recreation announcements
- Meeting reminders
- Family services alerts
- Public service announcements
- So much more!
You can use text alerts as a communication tool in almost any department!
Governments are notorious for being badly organized, so text alerts can be one tool you can use to help overcome that. 🙂
If you’d like to give it a try, sign up for a free test account today just to get a feel for how it works and to see if it might be a good fit for your situation.