If someone wants to talk to you about buying your products or hiring your services, you need to make it easy for them to get through to the right person.
If you’re a freelancer or small startup, you may be tempted to advertise a fixed landline number, or a mobile number, on your website, stationery and marketing literature. But what if you later decide to change number, or the person whose mobile number you advertised leaves the company? You’re going to be left with obsolete numbers which people will try to call you on, but won’t be able to get through.
And what if you’re running a local business trying to target a national audience. Rather than having a fixed landline number tied to your geographic location, why not advertise a Freephone number? Or, if you want to give the impression you have multiple locations, you could offer a choice of virtual geographic numbers for your customers to call.
Virtual numbers provide a low-cost, flexible and powerful way to encourage prospective customers to contact you. And the fact you can redirect all numbers to any number of you choice means you will never miss another sales opportunity.
- Make it easy and cheap for prospects to call you
- Give your business a national presence
- Stop missing calls. Redirect to any number or to a call answering service
- Track the success of your marketing by using a different number for each campaign