The simplest way to separate your private text messages from your business text messages is to use your personal phone number for personal communication and your business landline or VoIP phone number for business purposes. While it's not recommended, you can label your mobile contacts as personal or business to differentiate between them. It's important to maintain this separation to avoid any confusion or privacy concerns with your customers.
By text-enabling your business landline phone number, you'll be able to send and receive text messages using your business phone number. If you have been handing out your personal mobile phone number, you already know that your personal privacy goes out the door and you'll be receiving texts from customers in the evenings, over the weekend, during vacations and other inconvenient times.
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