I realize my own personal texting usage is high - there are times and contacts it simply makes more sense to text, especially if you are with a customer, let's say, and you need to inform another agent of something short and sweet. Texting is perfect in many cases. So what if I have a strong cadre of friends and associates who consider my texting to be an, um, addiction. They are just all thumbs, in my opinion, or do not have a QWERTY keyboard!
I have now recevied three Happy Thanksgiving texts this morning, and am not sure if I find this the best way to wish someone a Happy Thanksgiving.
Doesn't it seem just a bit....impersonal? It means the texter (sender) took the time to craft a simple holiday-specific message, and then blast it to a whole list of textees (recipients).
I like the concept, and am actually, still attempting to figure out HOW to create a group distribution list for texting, but am simultaneously taken aback by my own reaction to it.
How do you feel out there in Thanksgiving-land?
Oh, and I'm getting my group text ready for Happy Black Friday Shopping!
Carol Zingone is a Broker Associate with a 100% Customer Satisfaction Rating in Jacksonville Beach, FL with Prudential Network Realty. She helps buyers and sellers throughout the Beaches, Intracoastal West and Greater Jacksonville, FL areas. She can be reached at 904/993-9048 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org