Pew Research Center Facebook remains the most popular social media platform 79% of online adults (68% of all Americans) use Facebook 32% of online adults (28% of all Americans) use Instagram 24% of online adults (21% of all Americans) use Twitter 31% of online adults (26% of all Americans) use Pinterest Three-quarters of Facebook users and half of Instagram users use each site daily Substantial ‘reciprocity’ across major social media platforms Messaging apps are especially popular with younger smartphone owners pi_2016-11-11_social-media-update_m-01 29% of online adults (25% of all Americans) use LinkedIn Pew Research Center 1615 L Street, NW, Suite 800 Washington, DC 20036 202.419.4300 | main 202.419.4349 | fax 202.419.4372 | media inquiries RESEARCH AREAS U.S. Politics & Policy Journalism & Media Internet, Science & Tech Religion & Public Life Hispanic Trends Global Attitudes & Trends Social & Demographic Trends
Guidelines for using SMS messages for your Business communication Reprinted November 27, 2014 Nikhil Shah Legal Disclaimer – This document contains general guidelines and best practices collated from different sources. Though we have given our best effort to provide comprehensive guidelines by interpreting TCPA (Telephone Consumer Protection Act), Fulcrum Design, LLC, assumes no responsibility for any legal dispute arising in spite of or because of using these guidelines. Complying with TCPA (Telephone Consumer Protection Act) in USA is sole responsibility of the customer. Please consult your legal advisor if you have any doubts on whether you need to comply with TCPA. click here to view complete TCPA guidelines. SMS has become a key marketing and communication channel for business – numerous applications, depend on the speed and open rate of SMS. Be that as it may, there are a federal regulations put forward by FCC for sending SMS messages. The […]
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