Why use Ringless Voice Mail broadcasting ?
Almost 85% of your phone calls or customer retention calls never reach a live person, …..they end up in voice mail. Most of your staff can only make 50 to 70 sales calls per day.
Ringless voice broadcasting liberates you from repetitive out-bound calling, and repeating the same message, or sales pitch into a customer’s voice mail box. Maximize your time wisely and concentrate on in-bound customer inquiries, from your automated outbound marketing efforts.
With Ringless Voicemail Broadcasting you can focus on what you do best and eliminate the following activities;
- Dialing phone numbers
- Ringing the phone
- Waiting for an answer
- Negotiating with reception
- Being put on hold
- Waiting for the right party to attend the phone
- Getting thrown into voicemail
- Verbally repeating another message into voice mail
All these activities cost valuable time and delay your selling cycle. Pay your sales staff to negotiate and close the sale from inbound calls. Spend less time on repetitious tasks, and accelerate your outbound campaigns with unprecedented speed. With Ringless Voicemail Broadcast you can make thousands of cold calls per day.
What is Ringless Voice Broadcast used for?
Ringless Voicemail Broadcast can be used for:
- Follow-up to a direct mail campaign
- Cold calling potential customers
- Client retention and appreciation calls
- Mass delivery using a specific voice such as that of a CEO, or President
- Mass dissemination of timely or critical information on short notice.
- Voicemail Marketing
- Donor retention
Best of all, the client will never know you used Ringless Voicecasting® Voicemail Broadcast, because the message delivered is as clear as if you called and left the message yourself.
How Ringless Voice Broadcasting came to be
Ringless Voice Broadcasting was developed to take advantage of the growing voice mailbox infrastructure which started to occur around 1997, with the proliferation of cell phones, and computerized voicemail. Built to reduce what some people refer to as annoyance telemarketing calls. In 1997, Ringless Voicemail Broadcast became a new alternative that will not disturb anyone during delivery of a voice message.
Made with mass communication in mind, Ringless Voicemail Broadcast is an inexpensive means of mass communication.