MMS Multimedia Messaging for Business
Send and receive photos
with your customers 🖥️ 📲
What is MMS? 📖
With Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS), you can send images directly to your customers’ mobile phones and receive images from your contacts when they are on the go.
While SMS allows just text of up to 160 characters, MMS enables the distribution of multimedia content such as custom images, mobile photos, and gifs.
Receive pictures of documents 📄
Gone are the days when you needed to wait to receive a document by mail or fax. Sometimes, the only thing standing in between your customer and the service they need is a little piece of paper.
And sometimes, the only thing you need to close a deal or move someone through the funnel is a signature.
Through MMS, your customers can send you pictures of the documents you need to keep your business moving. Here are just a few examples:
- Proof of purchase
- Time sheets
Send images with links 🚀
Your text images can do more than share information or serve practical purposes.
Like email and internet images, you can use your MMS images to entice your contacts to interact with your website or connect with valuable resources that will help move them down the funnel.
Send simple instructional images ✅
Like screenshots, instructional images are an easy way to make sure your prospects and customers are looking at the right aspect of something to reach a solution.
You can also send these images to a group of people if they are all facing the same step or issue at the same time.
Send custom map images 🗺️
Sometimes, map apps aren’t nuanced enough to direct clients precisely to where they need to be. Sometimes “third floor” of a sprawling conference center is not specific enough to make sure you can connect with a valuable prospect.
With MMS, you can send custom map images to eliminate confusion and help you put your best foot forward.
Make them laugh with gifs 😀
To build relationships with your prospects and customers, don’t skip the fun!
A well-timed gif is worth 1000 words -- and hopefully some laughs. Send a gif to say happy birthday, to congratulate someone on a career milestone, or just to say hi.