The Institute for eHealth Equity combines the power of the pulpit with the power of text messages to help people live healthier lives
The New York State LGBT Health & Human Services Network is using text messages to connect vulnerable populations with a life-saving drug
The Nature Conservancy grew its list 800% by adding a mobile field to their web forms.
Greenpeace’s mobile subscribers were 60% more likely to become monthly donors than non-subscribers.
Everytown for Gun Safety & Moms Demand Action drove 188,000 people to call Congress in support of #NoBillNoBreak.
From arranging the next Sunday brunch to staying in touch with our family, text messaging is the undisputed leader of personal communication. So, it’s no surprise that when brands are able to connect with their customers through text messaging they find them to be among the most engaged and loyal customers. In our eBook, The 90-Day Journey:…
Beatlemania arrived to the United States in February of 1964, bringing with it a rock ’n’ roll revolution that would forever change the face of music. Now, 50 years later, we’ve ushered in the text messaging revolution, forever changing how we communicate with each other. While both movements seem very different on the surface, we…
Get Schooled launched a text message hotline in California to connect Hispanic students with financial aid experts to answer their questions about college.
Alliance for Climate Education used text messaging to successfully educate and empower young people on climate-change related issues.
In this eBook, we discuss the challenges for driving healthcare enrollment in 2015 and present mobile strategies to reach and enroll target populations.