Do you write the content for your company’s On Hold Marketing?
The BusinessVoice Blog
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Mark Twain said that “Humor is mankind’s blessing.” I couldn’t agree more. Show me the person who wants less humor in his life, who’d rather enjoy fewer sincere laughs, and I’ll show you a corpse.
Half of all your callers are never put on hold? Excellent! Your customers are getting where they want to go quickly.
“Will your equipment work with my phone system?”
“Can you coordinate the installation of our system?”
Cell phone and VoIP technology are amazing, no doubt. But they do have at least one obvious limitation: they don’t provide users with high-quality audio.
If you work in marketing, you likely have marketing-centric goals and priorities. And it’s just as likely that your company’s I.T. staff doesn’t share those goals and priorities. That can present a problem if you value the timeliness and flexibility of On Hold Marketing, but have a VoIP telephone system. Here’s an email we received from a client. […]
People are busy. They’re also exposed to a lot of marketing messages.
That means it’s tougher than ever to make a lasting impression on your audience.