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Tuesday, 26 February 2019

How To Make Money Sending Bulk SMS For Organization Or Company

Bulk SMS business is a lucrative business that involves you sending unlimited text messages or sms on behalf of other people. This business is lucrative in nature because you have the liberty to charge organizations whatever amount you like.

This business is so easy that you can start this business with as low as #1000. The people you will be working for may be companies, organizations, mosques, churches, and many others. The list of people you will be working for is endless. These people pay you so that you will help them to reach their members or customers through SMS.


Gone are the days when schools and organizations send news letters or circulars to customers or parents reminding them of forthcoming events. With the help of bulk sms, they can now receive this message directly on their mobile phone.
The secret of this service is that it cannot be send through mobile, it can only be sent through the internet. The next point of action is to start this business, you have to look out for a standard bulk sms provider in the market.
The price tag for bulk sms units is very cheap. At BulkGator.com, they have flat rate price for all networks in Nigeria @ 1.61 (One naira sixty-one kobo) per number.
You can charge your clients #4-10 naira per numbers. Can you see the margin? You can now see for yourself that the business is lucrative & you can make cool money from it.
With this business, you no longer to be a servant under a boss, you are now the boss of your business. So get started in this wonderful business and start making your thousands monthly.
I don’t understand how this business work:
Presently, there are over 100 ways you can make money from bulk sms service. Before you can make money from this internet business, you must understand how it works. Sending of bulk sms is simple that any body can easily do irrespective of age. It is just a matter of logging into the site, type in the message and then send.
WHO NEEDS BULK SMS?
There are many categories of organizations that need Bulk SMS, these include:
• Churches
• Mosques
• Schools
• Supermarkets
• Companies
• Hospitals
• Clubs
• University Departments
• Wedding Announcement & Invitations
• Events and Meeting
• Birthday Announcement and Invitation
• Special Seasons Greetings
• Political Campaign and Awareness
• Corporate Bodies
• Government Establishments
• Associations and so on.
These organizations need Bulk SMS service for different purposes, such as:
• Advertising Campaign
• Disseminating Information
• Invitation
• Notice of Meeting
• Statement of Account and many more…
Fact – 1
• Do you know that 1 billion SMS messages are sent by Nigerians Per Year? Now what this means is that N15 billion Naira is being shared annually between a small group of smart & average Nigerians?!
Fact – 2
• Do you know that many Nigerians are quickly moving from phone messaging to bulk SMS messaging especially small organizations because it’s cheaper to use online bulk SMS?
Fact – 3
• Have you heard about recent developments in the telecom industry? That more than 40bmillion Nigerians now use GSM phones and the number keeps increasing daily?
See This Simple Calculation:
Maybe you visited a Company as a Bulk SMS Client, Meaning you want to handle their Bulk SMS Work, and they accept your Proposal, You can Charge them for N4-N10 per SMS, Let me do a Little Calculation
Bulk SMS Company sells SMS for you @ the Rate of N1.61 per number @ bulkgator.com.
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You Charge the Company who need your SMS Service for N4-N10 Each!
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Then they Decided to Send to 5,000 Customers, Then you have to
Purchase 8,000 SMS units.
ANSWER:
You have Automatically Make: 5,000 SMS * N4 = N20,000,

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