A well-known technological tool that can help you grow your business, is Voice Broadcasting. You begin with a database of telephone numbers of current contacts. Next, you create a short, but compelling message that you want to leave them. Your message is recorded using a regular phone. Next, you email your list of recipients to a company that provides Voice Broadcasting services, and then your message gets sent to the list of numbers you provided. Your message is sent during a specific time of the day, at a time when your prospects are least likely to answer your call, and it will go to voice mail.
That information outlines the basic ways voice broadcasting works, but there is a whole lot more to share with you on this technology. If you are looking for a Voice Broadcasting provider, I encourage you to do some homework. Specifically, what should your Voice Broadcasting provider be doing for you?
When looking for a Voice Broadcast services, it is essential that the provider you choose offers the 10 following things when it comes to a voice broadcast.
Messages that are delivered in time frames that have the greatest chance of going to voice mail – usually between the hours of 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.
A system where only the non-live answered calls go through. In other words, only answering machines and voice mail answers will get connected to leave the message.
The ability to leave a message of any length, (usually a 40 to 45 second message works best).
The ability to record and change the message from your home or office, 24 hours a day, using your own phone.
The option of checking your phone numbers against a “Do Not Call List” – Remember you can legally call anyone who has purchased from you in the last 18 months.
Provide detailed, on-line instant reports showing you exactly what happened on your broadcast i.e. how many calls were made, how many were connected to an answering device or voice mail, how many ring-no-answer calls, how many phone numbers were invalid, how many live pick-ups, how long each call took, and how many busy signals.
The ability to, after looking at your statistics, re-broadcast the numbers that didn’t connect.
An easy to manage database so you can delete or add numbers quickly and easily.
The ability to store multiple databases and have a different message for each one.
The ability to select the database and the message to launch your own broadcast anywhere there is an internet connection.
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