Project Broadcast allows you to manage your contacts as well as group them in any way you want using our innovative tagging strategy. Tags can be long lasting mechanisms for grouping or a quick way to group that is temporary and easily removed. You also have the ability to create and manage templates so that while building campaign messages, broadcasting to a group, or just replying to a message you can quickly leverage a template and prevent those duplicate messages we all hate sending over and over. Our campaigns allow you to prepare messages that are delivered to your recipients automatically. Joining a campaign can be done manually by you adding contacts or groups of contacts via tags to the campaign or you can leverage our keyword feature. Keywords are simple, small, rememberable text words you can have people text to your Project Broadcast number that automates so much! You can auto reply to a keyword (with optional delay). You can auto tag contacts who text the keyword. You can also have contacts who text the keyword be automatically placed in campaigns!
With all the power of Project Broadcast we also know how important it is for you to share that creative spirit you use to create such engaging campaigns. Because of that we also have a Bundles feature! You can create a bundle and attach as many campaigns and templates as you like so you can share that bundle with another Project Broadcast user! This lets your efforts scale to multiple users.
Need to quickly send a message to a group of contacts? Easy! With Project Broadcast you can Broadcast a message immediately or set it for a future time. Your messages, campaigns, replies on keywords, etc can also leverage our cutting edge dynamic fields so your messages feel even more personal to the recipient. Project Broadcast is the tool for the job when you want to have a real conversation with the recipient and you are hoping your broadcasted messages or campaigns create a dialogue with the recipients.
We are excited for you to use Project Broadcast! #startBroadcasting