This post is relative to the previous post about How to Personalise Message on iBulky.com v2 In this article, I will be showing you how to send a personalise message in iBulky.com v3 with just few steps. I assume you currently have an account with iBulky.com and you are logged in to follow these steps. First thing to note: You need to have … Continue Reading →
Importing & Exporting your contact on iBulky v2 app is quite the same as version 1 but with a different interface. In this article, I will be showing you how to import your contacts from 3 major formats and how to export into 4 different formats. To start, please log into your account, visit the “Contact -> Import & Export” … Continue Reading →
Personalise Message helps you to easily send a single customised message to multiple contacts in your address book. Basically, the key feature of SMS marketing is BROADCAST; sending a single message to multiple recipients at a go. Well, for your information, the lovely days of mass messaging are dying and it’s becoming an act of spamming. Mobile users now hardly … Continue Reading →
Based on popular demand, we are introducing ‘message calculator/analyzer’. This will help you know: your actual message length total contact you are sending to total message cost and your actual message content before you send out your message. Please always make use of this tool to avoid unnecessary complains.
Contacts Heap was designed to help you manage huge list of contacts that has no information like first name, last name & date of birth. You can use this to store your anonymous contacts, that is, the contact you don’t want their names/info stored on the server. By using this feature, you can save your huge contact list, anonymously on … Continue Reading →
This article on importing and exporting your contacts on iBulky.com is deprecated. Please read the latest entry on Importing/Exporting your contacts on iBulky.com v2 instead. IMPORT iBulky.com platform allows the importing of contacts into your address book in 3 different formats: .txt, .xml and .csv To import contacts into your address book, from any of these formats, you need to … Continue Reading →