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Announcing DOTGO Publisher

A powerful new web-based text messaging platform

We’re very excited to formally announce the launch of DOTGO Publisher. Built on top of CMRL, our powerful mobile markup language, DOTGO Publisher is a suite of web-based publishing tools that lets you effortlessly take advantage of text messaging.

DOTGO Publisher includes three new easy to use tools:

  • Site Builder: Create and manage keywords, edit your SMS menu, and preview your site.
  • Message Center: Schedule and send messages to your subscribers with ease.
  • Analytics: Get detailed usage statistics and see every text message sent to your site.

DOTGO Publisher is available for free today to all registered DOTGO users, and upgrading to a Basic Account lets you take advantage of the Message Center and the newly redesigned Analytics. Broadcast messaging plans start as just $9.99 for 1000 messages, making DOTGO Publisher the most cost-effective way to broadcast text messages to your users.

GET STARTED!

Site Builder

Message Center

Analytics

We love feedback

We’ll be working hard over the coming weeks adding new features to DOTGO Publisher and to our website, and we’d love your feedback. Please leave us comments on our feedback page.

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Here’s yet more proof that plain ol’ text messages aren’t going away any time soon.

"The iPhone vs. Android vs. BlackBerry wars may get all the attention in the Western press, but for most of humanity, smart phones are an impractical luxury. Thanks largely to exploding cell-phone markets in Africa and South Asia, the world’s most popular phone — by far — is the humble Nokia 1100. Introduced in 2003, an eternity ago in tech years, the 1100 doesn’t do much more than make calls and text, and it’s not particularly attractive — but don’t tell that to its more than 250 million users. Until networks in the developing world can handle the bandwidth requirements of smart phones, the Nokia 1100 will remain the telecommunications version of the AK-47 — humanity’s most rugged, efficient calling machine." (via The AK-47 of the Cell-Phone World - By Joshua E. Keating | Foreign Policy)

"The iPhone vs. Android vs. BlackBerry wars may get all the attention in the Western press, but for most of humanity, smart phones are an impractical luxury. Thanks largely to exploding cell-phone markets in Africa and South Asia, the world’s most popular phone — by far — is the humble Nokia 1100. Introduced in 2003, an eternity ago in tech years, the 1100 doesn’t do much more than make calls and text, and it’s not particularly attractive — but don’t tell that to its more than 250 million users. Until networks in the developing world can handle the bandwidth requirements of smart phones, the Nokia 1100 will remain the telecommunications version of the AK-47 — humanity’s most rugged, efficient calling machine." (via The AK-47 of the Cell-Phone World - By Joshua E. Keating | Foreign Policy)

The Rise of Text Messaging
Originally published in October, but just came across it again in a 2010 Year-In-Review post on Mashable.

The Rise of Text Messaging

Originally published in October, but just came across it again in a 2010 Year-In-Review post on Mashable.