If you run a business, then you understand the benefits of sending SMS messages with your company name.
When potential customers receive such messages, they can easily recognize the source of that message. This can be a great way to build trust and credibility, which is an important part of growing your business. A report by Edelman reveals that 81% of consumers said that they need to be able to trust the brand in order to buy from them.
So how do you create an SMS message that displays your business name?
To display your business name as the sender of an SMS message, first, create an SMS Sender ID. An SMS Sender ID is simply the name recipients would see as the sender of an SMS message.
The Sendchamp dashboard provides a straightforward approach to creating an SMS Sender ID.
On the dashboard,
- Under channels, select SMS
- Select ‘create Sender ID’
- And enter your sender name, use case and sample message.
Displaying your business name as the sender of an SMS message creates an opportunity for transparency and fosters relationships between your business and your customers, and the Sendchamp platform helps you achieve this in a matter of seconds.
In a report by Accenture, 66% of consumers think transparency is one of the most attractive qualities in a brand.