The core difference between a standard notification and a push notification is that push notifications are used by businesses to grasp users’ attention and bring traction to their platform. Push notifications are also preferred by companies to deliver time-sensitive or promotional messages. Push notifications are more likely to pop on a user’s mobile screen whether the device is in use or locked.
Yes. Push notifications are a great tactic to promote limited-time deals, seasonal offers, and products on sale. Push notifications are also used by companies to share updates, new product developments, and company news to help users stay connected with the current happenings.
Most users give opt-ins for receiving push notifications at the time of subscribing to a product/service or downloading an app. Push notifications are a great tactic to retarget your audience and churned users. Push notifications break the barrier of a lock screen and deliver your message to the target audience.
No. You won’t get into trouble for sending push notifications. As a matter of fact, most users don’t mind receiving push notifications from companies to stay connected with the current happenings and get to know about seasonal discounts and limited-time deals. However, you shouldn’t go overboard with these notifications.
Yes. SMSGatez enables you to send push notifications via SMS to help you reach out to the masses at an affordable price.
Yes. SMSGatez gives you real-time tracking of your SMS notifications and enables you to monitor the open rate of your messages.
Yes. SMSGatez has a DNC scrubber that enables you to filter out landline numbers and other contacts registered in the National DNC lists before sending push notification messages.
Yes. We have a learned customer service team that facilitates technical assistance and support at the time of need.
To contact our support, all you have to do is fill out the form and one support team will reach out to you via phone/email/text. You can also reach out to our support team via the chat feature in the lower right corner of your screen.