SendHub is an online contact organizer that helps anyone working with a large audience gather contact details. Users pick a keyword and a free phone number from SendHub. The number and keyword can be shared with the user’s audience or any contacts they wish to save. When the individual texts the keyword to the phone number provided, SendHub prompts them for their name and automatically save their phone number. The information is collected and stored for the user. The user can return to their SendHub contact database any time they want to send a message to many contacts. Rather than text each individually, the user can send one message to a large group.Show more screenshots »
SendHub was founded in December of 2011 by Garrett Johnson, John Fallone and Ash Rust. The application has received mentions on sites like KillerStartups. Many users loved the simplicity of SendHub. Many more noted that the built in analytics is very valuable, especially for professionals and companies who are tracking a marketing campaign. The application works for businesses, but isn’t limited to professionals. Casual users have also found SendHub to be helpful when organizing sports teams, activities and groups.
SendHub offers a unique service that is very appealing to many users. A big part of what makes the service so appealing s how easy it is to use. The user simply shares a number and keyword and can begin gathering contact information from interested customers, users or team members. The application even throws in the added bonus of analytics so the user can track responses.
SendHub combines a refreshing green color scheme with a highly professional, clean design. The application provides plenty of wide open space so the user never feels overwhelmed or crowded. The interface is easy to understand, with clearly marked headers and simple buttons to help the user access each feature. SendHub manages to create a stylish yet professional environment that suits almost any type of user.
A new user can begin by filling out the short registration form along the right side of the SendHub homepage. The form asks for a full name, mobile phone number and password. The phone number must be from a U.S. carrier only. Users can also click one of the two buttons below the form to sign up with a Google or Facebook account. The user must complete a text verification which is sent immediately to the phone number they provided before logging in.
SendHub offers one free and four paid subscription options. The free plan includes up to 1,000 messages, three groups 500 API requests and up to 50 contacts per group. The Plus plan costs $10 per month and upgrades to include unlimited messages, 10 groups, 100 contacts per group, 2,500 API requests and the ability to utilize the user’s phone number. The Pro plan costs $50 per month and includes up to 100 groups, 1,000 contacts per group and 20,000 API requests. The Premium plan costs $150 per month and includes up to 500 groups, 5,000 contacts per group, 100,000 API requests, phone support and a branded profile page. The Max plan costs $500 per month and includes up to 2,000 groups and 500,000 API requests.
SendHub is a valuable tool for anyone managing a group. The application helps users stay in touch with multiple contacts with far less time and energy involved in gathering contact details and sending messages. The user can automatically collect contact information and send mass messages with a single text. The service even comes with built in analytics so professionals and businesses can track response stats.