Tag: mobile trends

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Mobile Messaging News: Mobile Trends, Truth in Texting, Teen Customer Service Text Messaging

BRDSNBZ NORTH CAROLINA TEXT LINE FOR TEENS Shift NC powers a wonderful “warm line” for teens and young adults via text messaging. From their website: “The BrdsNBz North Carolina Text Line provides confidential, factually accurate answers to sexual health questions via text message. A young person simply texts a question, and a trained health educator…
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Hospitality News Byte: New plan to pay hotel bills through the phone, The ‘Smart’ Trend in Hotels, A tablet for everything

A tablet for everything.

New plan to pay hotel bills through the phone To help promote a cashless Kenya, hotels are planning to introduce a new system to allow hotel stayers to pay the hotel bills straight from their phone. This will help customers to enjoy the benefits of the hotel without forcing them to have cash in their…
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8 Interesting Stats from IDC and Facebook’s “Always Connected” Report

IDC and Facebook’s New Research Report “Always Connected: How Smartphones and Social Keep Us Engaged” is filled with good info-nuggets. We encourage you to read the 25 page report, but for those on the move, we’ve boiled it down for you. No pretty pictures or graphics below, but there are definitely some on the report,…
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Hospitality News: Tech Upgrades Increase Revenue, Restaurant Text Messaging Dos/Don’ts, Hotels and Tablets

Smaller Technology Upgrades Could Lead to Increased Hotel Revenue Hotels are accustomed nowadays to technological upgrades so as to increase revenue. A simple improvement in hotel service can increase their guest attendance such as by using Google Floor Plan Marker app. This simply helps users navigate their way around the building from board to guest…
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Instant Gratification: Why Getting Text from Your Favorite Companies Benefits You (and Why More Businesses Should)

We communicate differently than we did twenty years ago; or even ten years ago. For 12-17 year olds, texting is the main form of communication; in fact, it’s more popular than face-to-face, phone calls and emails combined. The average American teen sends over 3,000 text messages a month. And, though 25-35 year olds make up…
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