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Best way to get a businesses interest on voicemail?

Discussion in 'Offline Marketing' started by karma05, Dec 10, 2014.

  1. karma05

    karma05 Junior Member

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    I'm thinking of calling a few businesses in my niche and leaving a voice mail for them regarding something about their website that would bring them more clients for their business. I don't want to tell them initially what i'm offering but just how they would benefit etc, then I'd ask them to email at MY EMAIL ADDRESS to discuss in detail. Anyone help me with this?
     
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    I mean INTEREST.
     
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    Dont give them controle of your sales cycle. Keep control! Do this by leaving them a message with a custome value statement on why they should call you witohuot telling them too much, keep the curiosity factor present. Then end the voicemail by saying ''in case i dont get any news, i'll try calling youi back next monday''.

    Like that they know you wont leave them alone so they will call you back. If they dont call back, call on monday, and same thing, say ''as promised im following up today..... and inc ase your too busy ill try agin this friday''.... they will eventually give up and call you back.

    This is how you keep controle.

    Good luck! :)
     
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    That's a good idea, I think i'll use that. Anyone got any ideas for how to begin it? I've been thinking for hours but can't seem to come up with anything, I'm not very good at this kind of stuff.
     
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    you can not call a few businesses and leave voicemails and expect any return. If you are going to leave voicemails it needs to be done in the thousands. This is easy to do, you just need a server and solid dialer. ie: asterisk based vicidial, database server. You need bandwidth to blast, so you can rent a box, place a box or manage your own. Its expensive and the return is low. SO if you are going to do this, go big and open up as many channels as you can and blast as many recordings as your budget will allow. The return is very low, so its all a game of numbers.
     
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    I am planning to blast in the thousands. And wouldn't the return depend on what you are marketing?

    How about purchasing a VPS for the bandwidth?
     
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    Has anyone got any suggestions how to start off the voicemail message? It needs to tell them that it's concerning their website and that they will benefit from what I'm offering but I want them to want to find out more.

    I can't seem to come up with much myself, I need some help.
     
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    I have a much better option for you, depending on your budget?