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SMS Traffic.

Discussion in 'Mobile Marketing' started by K, Jul 30, 2012.

  1. K

    K Administrator Administrator affiliate

    So after an initial outburst of SMS marketing i now here the phone networks are coming down hard on advertisers? Anyone have any input?
  2. ytz
  3. deaner10

    deaner10 Affiliate affiliate

    How are the phone networks are coming down hard on advertisers?
  4. LukePeerFly

    LukePeerFly Super Moderator Super Mod moderator Affiliate Manager Service Manager affiliate

    It really depends on how you are doing your SMS marketing. The PIN submits and stuff like that are about to be completely banished because there are so many unethical marketers who don't disclose the proper information, but there's still ample opportunity to be compliant and do SMS the right way.
  5. K

    K Administrator Administrator affiliate

    I think it was more to do with marketers gathering phone numbers and spamming mobile inboxes via sms!
  6. CPAInfinitySteve

    CPAInfinitySteve Affiliate Manager Affiliate Manager affiliate

    It's all a trade-secret. But as far as the USA, if you do it the right way - you can easily do it. As well as internationally.
    But for anyone reading this, the SMTP method ex- xxx-xxx-xxxx@gateway.tld - ex: 123-456-7890@txt.att.net that is completely and utterly against the FTC/FCC regulations. Be forewarned, that if you do it you can get charged up to $100 per text message sent(depending on the decision of the court and cell phone companies).

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