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Getting sender name approved

- 5 MIN READ - 22 Apr 2013

Here is a short list of what you should keep in mind when requesting a sender name. Following a few simple rules will get your sender name approved in no time.

E-mail address

What is your e-mail address? When requesting for a sender name for “Nike” and your e-mail is “John.Doe@gmail.com” or “mike48@yahoo.com”, this sender name will most probably not be approved.

Signing up using company e-mail address will significantly improve your chances of getting your sender names swiftly approved.

Website address

We really do check out the website address you provided when requesting for a sender name. When the website address is fake or a link to a new empty blog, the sender name will not be approved.

Requesting a sender name for brand or company? Always include a working link to your company / product website where the sender name is mentioned.

When requesting a sender name for your personal use (your nickname for example), please provide a blog or social media profile link, where we can see your e-mail address your (nick)name.

Kaur Virunurm

Kaur Virunurm - Key account manager

Kaur deals with business and sales analysis at Messente. He likes to help key customers in optimizing messaging activies. He also is open minded entrepreneur who loves lean tech startups, fixie bikes, active sports and Jack Russel dogs.

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