We’re excited to share StaffingHub’s 2018 State of Staffing Industry Growth Benchmarking Report, co-sponsored by TextUs, Erecruit, and StaffingReferrals.
StaffingHub surveyed hundreds of staffing industry professionals to understand the strategies, tools, and tactics that the most successful staffing firms use to grow faster.
Here at TextUs, we pride ourselves on being customer-oriented company. That means we’re constantly listening to our customers and updating our software with the features that you need most.
Sourcing qualified candidates can be a tedious task. It’s a constant battle to make sure you sync the best candidates with the best positions -- at the right time.
You might be excited to get going with TextUs MMS, generating new leads through promotional pics or speeding up an onboarding process with photos of documents over text. But, you also want to make sure your MMS communication is appropriate, constructive, and useful.
So, here are 5 ways NOT to use MMS for business.
Smartphones have become the primary way we take photos.
That means that when your customers are shopping, attending conferences, or networking, they use their phone to take photos of products, informative presentations, and even business cards.
You use Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS) all the time, probably without thinking too much about it. Whenever you text a funny GIF to your friends or a breathtaking pic of the sunset, you’re tapping the power of MMS.
In our latest eBook, The Definitive Guide to Business Texting, we break down everything you need to know to create a comprehensive, simple, effective texting communication strategy that your team will be eager to use.
When you’re communicating with anyone -- from friends and family to leads and clients -- your interactions build off of each other to create a connection. No single message, phone call, or chat defines the relationship -- instead, trust is built (or eroded) incrementally over time.
A New Communication Strategy for the Mobile World
In the past decade, we’ve entered a new frontier: the mobile world. People are on-the-go, constantly connected, and expect services on-demand.
Now that you’ve gotten your team to use business texting, how do you help them get responses?
Here are 7 actionable tips that you and your team can start implementing today to get optimal response rates.
We know texting works to get ahold of people faster -- here's how to coach your team to adopt it for business.
Learn how to tap into business texting for your sales team to grow your lead numbers, close leads faster, and increase revenue.
“TextUs has been a game changer. Texting is much more effective than email for getting in touch with candidates.” -- Sheldon Arora, CEO of LiquidAgents Healthcare
Learn how to implement business texting messaging in your HR department for quicker, more efficient employee and applicant communication.
It’s been a decade since Americans started sending more text messages per month than they make phone calls. In that decade, text messaging has changed many aspects of our lives. We text friends when we’re running late to a movie, we judge the success of new romances on the quality and quantity of texts exchanged, and we send family members photos of our newborns over text.
Successful business texting is both an art and a science. It combines the finesse, charm, and simplicity of great business communication with the thoughtful outreach strategies that will help you connect and close faster.
In today’s ultra-competitive job market, a recruiter's every minute counts.
Commercial staffing company Hamilton-Ryker was having trouble getting in touch with their associates. They were wasting valuable recruiting time playing phone tag. So they decided to try the TextUs business-class texting platform.
You may be thinking, “Business-class text messaging? It’s just texting from your cell phone, but you use it for your professional contacts, right?”
Business-class text messaging is more than texting for business. It’s even more than using a professional text messaging platform (although that’s a big part of it).