Reason #1: SMS Maneuver
SMS messaging, thanks to its versatility and popularity, has proven to be a powerful and effective tool in the customer engagement and marketing strategy of many leading businesses. 97% of smartphone users regularly use text messaging, making it the most widely-used feature or app. SMS message click-through rates average 35%, making them an incredibly effective means to communicate with current and potential customers.
Reason #2: User Friendly with GoDakiya
GoDakiya APIs are easy to integrate; reliable; secure. With the help of an API, you can directly access the SMS gateway, which enhances the overall speed and reliability.
According to a search more than 20 billion SMS are delivering every day; therefore it’s important to have a secure API so that you can send thousands of text messages within a couple of seconds from your mobile or desktop to the targeted users.
The API is almost compatible with all the major applications and platforms, which helps you to manage all your messages from a single interface.
Reason #3: World-class instant delivery with GoDakiya ( 24×7 )
You can send thousands of SMS within a couple of seconds, and it only takes a few minutes to be read.
One of the major benefit of SMS is that it is very fast as compared to emails and paid advertisements.
Reason #4: Unicode SMS
You can Communicate with your customers’ in their native language via Unicode.
When you write emails using unicode characters (a character set that allows you to write foreign characters, symbols and emoticons), it becomes a whole lot easier to create messages that all of your customers and prospects can understand.
Taking the time to send emails in your subscribers’ native language(s) shows that you value your subscribers, which then gives them a reason to trust you more than ever before. And as it becomes possible for you to connect and clearly communicate with new audiences, you can continue growing your email list and developing long-lasting relationships with your customers.
Reason #5: OTP
This prevents some forms of identity theft by making sure that a captured user name/password pair cannot be used a second time. Typically the users logon name stays the same, and the one-time password changes with each login.
One-time passwords are a form of so-called strong authentication, providing much better protection to eBanking, corporate networks and other systems containing sensitive data.