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Text messaging has, or should I say, had, a value that is rapidly disappearing, since using it for ads will train people to ignore it. I always found texting a great tool if, and only if, it
Advertisers, this is for you. You are ruining advancements in communications by entering our spaces at all times of day and night, insulting us with absolute junk, and above all, a
So now, you ask, what is the alternative? I mentioned taste, and I know that is a foreign word to many in our industry, but damn it, exercise some. While writing this, my phone rang, and at the other end was an auto dialer. I wait for them just to give them a hard time, though it does no good. “Take me off your list” no longer means anything, since our do nothing government has abandoned the process and advertisers using this method just laugh at you, so I waste a bit of their time. This call was to inform me that they were going to give me money and a credit card, etc., etc., etc. When they answer, I use my standard reply. “You used an auto dialer, didn’t you? Shame on you, I’ll have to charge you a handsome sum for wasting my time. Please remove me from your list.”