Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Google SMS Service

Google SMS
If you are looking for to get updates for stock quotes than local business listing may goanna be very useful with Google SMS service. To get updates user just have to follow few easy steps i.e. write text SMS query, send it to 466453 and get back a text SMS with all possible results.
For any assistance from Google user can send text SMS HELP to 466453 discuss this product, or visit the Mobile Help Center for additional support. There is also a facility to stop service, write STOP and send SMS to cancel to 466453. The requirement for using Google SMS service, device must be SMS capable and user should be authorized to work with device. Almost all available mobiles are capable to run Google SMS service like Alltel, AT&T, Centennial, Cellular One Dobson, Nextel, Sprint, T-Mobile, U.S. Cellular, Verizon Wireless, and Virgin Mobile. User can access list of shortcuts and tips just write text help.


  1. There is various ways through which an individual can earn money.
    In any Internet marketing campaign it is important to carefully monitor the results of your marketing efforts and make

  2. google provided this kind of services at free cost is a good thing

  3. Hi,

    I am in complete agreement that local business listings are the way to go for any local business dependent upon the local consumer for their revenue. This is a good point in time in which the Internet is a good local marketing tool to be found on web searches and mobile searches.

    What I am most concerned about are small and local businesses having to contend with multiple websites when it comes to their local listing. What I'm really talking about are "time resources".

    Afterall, there are over 60 websites in four different categories specifically geared towards local listings. How can a local or small business have the time resources to cover this space?

    Even if you made a conscious decision to not manage all 60, there are well more than Google, Yahoo, Bing, and Ask. The space goes to (they went public), Yelp, Merchant Circle, and many others.

    Consumers will be the ones deciding which of these local listing websites they will go and post their experience through consumer reviews. This adds to the burden that no one single local listing website will do the trick.

    Something we recently read at KillerStartUps are companies that are offering a low cost service to update then manage these listings for companies. You can read about this at KillerStartUps here:

    It is a changing world and the local business will benefit. There will be some adjustment to this space needed.

    Good information from your post and hopefully varying opinions help give perspective.