TextDrip was built to prevent you from getting carrier violations, however it is still possible for your messages to get blocked if they are identified as spam. Often these messages look perfectly normal and you wouldn’t expect for carriers to be blocking them as spam. For example one message that will get blocked by every carrier is…..
“Hi [first], this is John. I received your inquiry for health insurance coverage. Out of common courtesy, I don’t want to be a nuisance and bombard you with calls. May I provide you a quote via text?”
In order to help increase your deliverability we have created a tool for you to check your messages against.
Just go to https://textdrip.co/test-
If you get message-failed, just change your messaging and try again. Test this on each of the messages in your drip campaigns to help increase the deliverability of your messaging.