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Staying compliant is an important part of your messaging strategy. It ensures that your senders have a high trust level from carriers and, as a result, experience lower filtering and lower risk of being blocked.
Maintaining a clean opt-out list is one of the key pillars for compliant messaging. The Twilio platform helps you maintain customer trust via automated opt-out management (more here), and it's a great start, but under certain circumstances, opt-out information can be lost. Additionally, Twilio does not yet provide an API to retrieve opt-out data.
All that's to say: we at Twilio strongly recommend you maintain and store opt-out data yourself. In this blog post, I'll show you how storing opt-out information can be done on the Twilio platform with Serverless Functions and Sync.
Before we can get started building, you need to make sure you have an account with Twilio. …
Nous voilà dans la seconde partie de notre guide. La partie 1 vous a permis de comprendre le vocabulaire, la réglementation et les bonnes pratiques de l’industrie du SMS.
On l’a vu, le SMS est un univers complexe : type de ressource à utiliser, gestion du consentement, encodage, segments, débit maximum, spam etc.
Heureusement, Twilio vous permet de mettre à l’échelle vos envois de SMS facilement, et ce dans le monde entier grâce aux Messaging Services.
Les Messaging Services ont été conçus pour simplifier l’implémentation de vos envois de SMS.
Les principales fonctionnalités du Messaging Service sont :
- Configurer un Alpha Sender ID
- Configurer les ressources à utiliser pour les pays d’expédition grâce aux Country Geo Match
- Gérer l’Opt-Out
- Distribuer le trafic sur plusieurs ressources : Scaler
- Utiliser le smart encoding
Allez, passons aux choses sérieuses, mettons en place notre premier messaging service !
Nous allons dans un …
Whether you are a small or medium-sized business, a large enterprise, or an ISV, Twilio is able to support your SMS needs. Navigating the setup, requirements, and compliance can seem daunting at first so the Twilio Customer Onboarding team is here to help you through the process.
In this guide, we will share the milestones that we track while supporting a customer to build and deploy a messaging product. By the end of this article, you’ll have a checklist of actions that will help you launch your messaging project successfully.
Defining the success of a launch
Your use case and business goals will be key drivers in what success looks like and therefore each project will be unique. Overall, we define success to mean that you can:
- Send at your desired volume.
- Reach your target audience.
- Achieve optimal throughput with minimal filtering.
- Use our messaging product and its features …
When we first launched the Twilio SMS API in 2010, we called it a “ridiculously simple” way to send messages around the world. Millions of developers have joined Twilio since then, sending and receiving more than 66 billion messages every year.
We’re excited to launch a new Messaging Console experience with enhanced Messaging Service features like Advanced Opt-Out and Sender ID Compliance Alerts, and the ability to add WhatsApp senders to a Messaging Service Sender Pool. This is part of Twilio’s commitment to simplify the complexities of global telecommunications for developers. With the Programmable Messaging API, a single API for SMS, MMS, and WhatsApp, you can integrate Twilio with your application and configure software to manage phone numbers, improve message deliverability, handle inbound replies, and maintain privacy, compliance, and opt-out settings.
Simpler sending starts with a Messaging Service
What’s a Messaging Service? A Messaging Service is a container for grouping …
At SIGNAL, the Twilio Customer and Developer conference, we shared a new milestone: at peak volume, more than 13,000 SMS are sent every second over the Twilio platform.
Whether you’re sending one message or a million messages, there are important regulatory considerations to consider. In the U.S., that includes the Telephone Consumer Privacy Act (TCPA) and the newly updated guidelines from the CTIA (the wireless industry trade association). Compliance becomes even more complex when you consider the global regulations that impact the messages our six million developers send every day.
Which laws and regulations apply will depend on the particulars of your text messaging campaign. This includes where the texts originate, where recipients of your texts are located, where your company is located, the industry you are in, and the content of your text messages. We always recommend consulting with a lawyer to ensure that you’re in compliance with …