How to use Excel to import your contacts into Echo [infographic]

Topic: How-to guides

Is every telephone number in your customer database entered into the system in the same way, with the same formatting? If so, we salute you. If not, welcome to the club.
It’s normal for telephone numbers to variously have +44, (0), 0044 etc. added to them, depending on who is responsible for entering the data. It’s also common for mobile numbers to end up in the field intended for office / home numbers, and vice versa.
If you have any of these challenges, and need a way to export your telephone list in a manner that will make it consistently and accurately formatted throughout, then this infographic is for you. Aimed for users of Esendex’s Echo platform, it’s useful for any application where you need consistency.
Excel to format telephone numbers
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Liz Wilson

I'm Liz Wilson, and I have the privilege of heading up the marketing team here at Esendex. I've seen marketing evolve from buying a list of email addresses and sending a cold message, to today's much more satisfying practice of delivering great content via multiple channels, and inviting people to engage with us on their terms. I hope you find our blog a valuable source of info and ideas; all feedback is welcome!