Users would need to consider various factors to avoid carrier violations -
- Sending from a new number can cause recipients to opt-out, which may cause your message to get flagged as a carrier violation.
- When carriers see your text messages for the first time, it’s best to keep your messages simple and concise. Most importantly, don’t use links or any sales language.
- Consider rotating your sending number frequently to send mass text messages
- Be aware of your texting volume and frequency. Sending too many messages from a single number during a certain time period could cause that number to be blacklisted.
- Watch your links added in the body which will increase the suspicious rate
- Don’t use flag words and avoid carrier violations
- Aggressive language, hyperbole (exaggeration), too many CAPITALIZED words and even certain keywords can violate a carrier’s rules.
Here are some Service Provider advices you should check -
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