Reach your customers and fans via SMS marketing. Increase engagement, drive revenue, and build better relationships over text with SuperPhone.
With the click of a button, engage your global subscriber base with a call to action, check-in, or update.
Communicate 1-to-1 with each person in your audience, or 1-to-many, developing deeper personal relationships increasing conversion to sales.
Scale your intent by reducing response times. Automate your profits by setting scheduled text messages and keyword triggers letting your phone do the work
View a variety of analytics for campaigns, including average SMS response rates, revenue, click-through, message and call distribution and much
Sort your audience with 52+ filters, including geo-targeting, product purchases, revenue generated and custom tags to reach your audience with precision.
Take advantage of SuperPhone's robust voice system. Personally make or receive calls or allow users to call in and hear any preset voicemail and navigate to.
In the summer of 2019, Miley Cyrus and her team were able to build a call to listen marketing campaign for her new EP, SHE IS COMING, centered around fans from all over the world calling her hotline.
AdAge: “Miley Cryus gets creative to hype her new EP with audio, social and out-of-home Ads.”
Billboard: “Miley Cyrus’s New 1-800 Number Has Serious Cattitude”
When Cardi finally broke out and was signed to Atlantic Records, her new team saw the advantages of communicating over text and continued to use it as the main channel of communication for all her releases.
“SuperPhone helps us to engage with and manage over half a million conversations with Cardi B fans about her latest upcoming projects.”
Zayn publicly released his number via Instagram and Twitter to his entire fanbase. A simple message, “+1 (323)-991-ZAYN” was all it took to send social media into a frenzy.
Billboard: "got his upcoming album Nobody Is Listening on speed dial — literally — and you can too. Looks like there’s a lot of people listening to Zayn, despite what the album title says.”
Elle Magazine: “Zayn Malik 'Dropped' A Phone Number On Twitter And Fans Are Going Wild”