Should I Use a Shared Short Code in My SMS Marketing Strategy?

Shared Short Codes Are Risky, Limiting & Create Negative Customer Experiences

One Bad Actor Can Shut You Down

Shared Codes Can Confuse Customers

The Keywords You Want Might Already Be Taken

Keyword Confusion Can Create Unintended Opt-Outs

Shared Codes Mean Your Brand Is Not the Main Point of Contact for SMS Support

Dedicated Short Codes Reduce Risk & Create Strong Customer Experiences

It’s Time to Migrate from Shared to Dedicated Short Codes

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