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Tag Archive: Voice API

Super Fast Voice Broadcast with Asynchronous Python and Sanic

October 5, 2017 Published by // // //

SMS has become the de facto method for sending notifications when push isn’t available. So much so that I rarely receive an SMS from an actual “person” anymore. My colleagues use Slack, friends use Facebook Messenger, security-conscious friends use Telegram, and paranoid friends use Signal. Even my mum, who only got her first smartphone in […]
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Anatomy of a Voice API: What Is It? How Does It Work? What Can You Do with It?

August 29, 2017 Published by // //

As the technology that supports human communication continues to evolve, we’ve come nearly full circle when it comes to speech. Communication via Voice has been under some pretty stiff competition from SMS and other text-based, real-time communications channels in the past few years. But as the original mode of human communication, Voice still has a […]
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Making a Text-to-Speech Phone Call with Django

August 14, 2017 Published by // // //

Amongst the incessant notifications people receive every day; a ringing phone is still much harder to ignore or overlook. It creates a sense of urgency which makes it the perfect way to deliver critical or time sensitive messages such as two-factor authentication codes or important service notifications. In this tutorial, we will look at how […]
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Inbound Voice Call Campaign Tracking with Nexmo Virtual Numbers and Mixpanel

August 3, 2017 Published by // // //

Campaign tracking is a “must have” for any marketing or advertising campaign. Without the ability to accurately track the number of users engaging with each advertisement you can’t work out your cost per acquisition (CPA), so ultimately you can’t determine which campaigns are successful and which are losing your business money; CPA greater than ARPU […]
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