Wouldn’t it be nice to send a personalize Broadcast Text Message to a customer; “Dear Sam. Your payment for the month of Aug is due..”, instead of “Dear Customer, Is your payment due”? When you broadcast a text message to customers, you’ll get a more positive response if the message is personalized. The most common way to personalize a text message is to add the first name of your contact into the text message. Besides that, you also add additional personal information to the text message.
Merge tags are similar to merge tags in the emails. “Merge Tags” are placeholders within the message. You can also define default merge field values to fall back on if the recipients merge tag data does not exist.
With TXTImpact Text Messaging and SMS Marketing platform you can personalize the text message by merging name, email, and 4 additional custom fields stored in your contacts list. The “custom” field can be used to personalize text message with more specific information for each recipient.
This could be a password, payment due date, account number, sales representative name etc. You can import the custom fields information along with mobile number at the same time you import your contacts.
You can also personalize MMS messages with merge tags such as Name, Email Address, or any of the custom fields for each recipient.
You can use Merge tag feature with the following text content
Personalize each message sent to subscribers by using subscriber merge tags to dynamically insert subscriber information into a message. Subscriber information can include a subscriber’s Name, Email or the custom subscriber data.
The “custom” field can be used to personalize text message with more specific information for each recipient. This could be a coupon code, payment due date, account number, sales representative name etc. You can import the custom fields information along with mobile number at the same time you import your contacts.
*Default Values can be set up for Subscriber and Custom Data from “Manage Subscribers–>Edit Custom fields Defaults”, in the event the data is not present for the Subscriber.
Using an expiration date merge tag allows you to dynamically insert an expiration date (MM/DD) into any message. This expiration date adjusts itself based on when the subscriber receives the message, and the number of days you’ve set to allow them to redeem the promotion.
To add merge tags to the broadcast text messages or auto responses, click on the Merge Tag icon from the Message text box, and select the tag you like to insert.
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