What is GoSoloTXT? How to Receive GoSoloTXT Messages How to Broadcast GoSoloTXT Messages Viewing GoSoloTXT Message History
GoSoloTXT allows you to broadcast text messages to audiences of any size. Text messages are short (up to 160 characters in length) delivered instantly to cell phones. Participants receive up-to-the-minute information and breaking news from your corporate and upline leadership. Anyone can receive GoSoloTXT messages whether they’re in your business or just thinking about it. GoSoloTXT: What is it?
No action is required to receive GoSoloTXT messages. There are no fees to join. Until you opt in, a ‘trailer’ message will follow each text message advising a recipient to ‘JOIN’, ‘STOP’ or submit ‘HELP’ for more information about GoSoloTXT. ‘Best Practice’ Recommendations Opt into the program . . . To ensure receipt of texts sent to GoSolo distribution lists, opt into the program via your GoSolo account. Non GoSolo users should send the keyword JOIN to short code 73513from their cell phone. GoSoloTXT: How to Receive TXT Messages
GoSoloTXT: Logging into GoSolo 1. GoSolo users shouldlogin to their GoSolo account.
GoSoloTXT: Opt-in to Receive TXT Messages • Click on the GoSoloTXT Banner.
GoSoloTXT: Opt-in to Receive TXT Messages OPT-IN 3. Click the ‘’ box. 4. Enter your cell phone number. 5. Select your wireless carrier. 6. Click “SAVE” to register changes. Congratulations! You are now opted in to receive GoSoloTXT messages. You’ll see the results on the next slide . . .
GoSoloTXT: Completed Example Box has ‘’. Cell Number Wireless Provider Receive Text Indicator On
Any GoSolo OFFICE user can broadcast GoSoloTXT messages. While online to any combination of: GoSolo lists names GoSolo contact names GoSolo 10 digit numbers 10 digit cell phone numbers E-mail addresses Via handset to: Two digit list #’s in your OFFICE account. GoSoloTXT: How to Broadcast TXT Messages
GoSoloTXT: Broadcasting Messages Online • Click on “Compose TXT” while in • your account
GoSoloTXT: Broadcasting Messages Online • 2. COMPOSE TXT form appears • 3. Enter Addressees • 4. Enter Message • 5. Click “SEND” to deliver to all recipients.
GoSoloTXT: Broadcasting from a Handset Jane Cawley (RVP) is sending a reminder to prospective recruits regarding a meeting change from Saturday at 10 a.m. to Saturday at 11 a.m. Using her cell phone she types the following “List 5 Please remember 2 join us at 11 am Saturday for an opportunity meeting” and sends it to the GoSoloTXT short code 73513. Members in Jane’s list (# 5) who’ve opted into GoSoloTXT receive the following to their cell phones …. From 73513: Please remember 2 join us at 11 am Saturday For an opportunity meeting – Jane Cawley
To broadcast GoSoloTXT from a handset you must: Opt into GoSoloTXT to receive text as previously discussed. Authorize your handset to send to GoSolo lists in your GoSolo account as demonstrated on the next slide . . . GoSoloTXT: Authenticate Handset to Broadcast
GoSoloTXT: Authenticate Handset to Broadcast • Log into your GoSolo account. • Click on “Compose TXT’ banner on • the left navigation panel. • The TXT SETTINGS form appears. • We are already opted in to receive • GoSoloTXT messages. • Click the “SEND CODE” button to • deliver an activation code to your • phone as shown on the next slide . . .
GoSoloTXT: Authenticate Handset to Broadcast From 73513: Enter A123B on your GoSoloTXT settings page. • This text message is sent to your • cell phone with activation code. • 2. Enter A123B into ‘Enter Code’ field. • Click the “ACTIVATE” button. Results are shown on the next slide.
GoSoloTXT: Completed Example Congratulations. The indicates that you may now broadcast text messages from your cell phone.
GoSoloTXT: Viewing TXT Message History • Log into your GoSolo account. • Click on “Account Setup” tab. • Click on “TXT MESSAGE”. • Form on next page appears …
GoSoloTXT: Viewing TXT Message History • Click “Generate Report”. • Report appears below. Examples # 1 Message sent to cell phone. # 2 Message sent to GoSolo List. Note: When you send messages to a GoSolo list, list members will receive your message in different ways. “SMS” indicates list members who received your message directly to the handset. “Email” indicates list members who received your message to an e-mail address. “GoSolo” indicates list members who received your message to their GoSolo inbox.