Short Code

Short codes (also known as short numbers) are special telephone numbers, significantly shorter than full telephone numbers, that can be used to address SMS and MMS messages from certain service providers' mobile phones or fixed phones. There are two types of short codes: dialing and messaging. The equivalent for voice calls is known as abbreviated dialing.Short codes are designed to be easier to read and remember than normal telephone numbers. Like telephone numbers, short codes are unique to each operator at the technological level. Even so, providers generally have agreements to avoid overlaps. In some countries, such as the United States, some classes of numbers are inter-operator (U.S.
Posts about Short Code
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    … seamlessly upload images into galleries for posting online. It offers several configurations, editing options and a wide range of display functionality. After you’ve created your gallery, Easy Media Gallery Pro generates a short code that you can simply embed into any blog post or anywhere else online. Here is the plugin in action. Once the code…

    Michael Stelzner/ Social Media Examinerin Twitter- 51 readers -
  • 8 Ways to Improve Your Mobile Marketing Plan

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    Murray Newlands/ Adknowledge Blogin Mobile Twitter- 25 readers -
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    In this post we’ll take a deep dive into the free WordPress plugin – Table of Contents Plus. I don’t know about you but every now and then I get a little long winded when writing a blog post. Adding a Table of Contents (TOC) to longer posts can make your post easier to read (consume) and the section itself can help “breakup” our content so it’s not as overwhelming.

    Brian D. Hawkins/ Hot Blog Tips- 7 readers -