Let’s do that now. In today’s example, Ecuador Phone Number I’m setting up SMS automation on my side project, Color My Slime. This is a Shopify store that sells slime color pigments to parents for their kids to play with. To illustrate how you can customize the content of your outbound Ecuador Phone Number messages. Let’s think about the audience of shoppers looking for slime (the squishy stuff), versus shoppers looking for colors (the powder).
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Let’s send slime lovers a link to a Ecuador Phone Number and color shoppers a link to an Instagram color naming contest, something I run a monthly basis. Screenshot showing an sms thread The green bubble is text from the “slimer” to my publicly available Twilio phone number. The Ecuador Phone Number response is our autoreply (“hi slimer!…”) which includes a link to one of our popular blog posts. If you’re curious about how the link and image appeared automatically, this is a relatively new feature in iOS 10 and most.
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Android phones that will automatically expand text links into clickable images. SMS AUTOMATION — SLIME When a mobile shopper is browsing one of my product pages, I’d like to give them the ability to ask me questions directly (Zap) in one tap from their phone. I’d also like to send them this blog post about things they can mix into their slime: Screenshot showing an article Even if the visitor doesn’t purchase from me, I’m adding value to their slime hobby. To configure this, log back into