In a nutshell, mobile devices are arguably the most personal items we own and as (SMS/MMS) marketer building your phone number database in the early stages of your (SMS/MMS) campaign, you need to let subscribers know what they are opt-in for. keep your promise and send only infrequent, valuable text messages. Remember to keep delivering value through incentives and your customers will stay opted-in and very eager to receive your next text.
Follow the same steps in the FAQ immediately preceding this one. However, instead of clicking on RVM Statistics, click on RVM statistics (historical). Look for "time period" toward the top right of the screen. Next to that, you will see a down arrow. Click that arrow to pick the period of time for which you want to check campaigns that have already run. If you have a customized range of days you want to look at, choose Select Range, then put in the first day and the last day that define your time range. Then click Get. Then double-click the campaign you want to examine. The new screen that appears will show the total number of attempts to leave a message as well as the total number of successful deliveries.
This question exists for many. First, NEVER EVER purchase a list of mobile numbers. (SMS/MMS) marketing is permission based, and ultimately you want a list of customers numbers who are genuinely interested in your product or service and are happy to receive your text message and are likely to buy your goods and service. Remember, you can turn customers off and possibly upset a lot of your potential customers when sending text messages on their mobile devices without their consent.