Vanity telephone numbers are the easiest way to say “call us” and not expect the customer to remember a telephone number. Customers are more likely to remember a word as a number, than a list of numbers. Some research tells us that individuals can only remember a list of four numbers. That is one reason we have the dash in telephone numbers. It allows individuals to remember a number of blocks of numbers.
However, people remember words longer than four letters. So, if you make your telephone number 800 plus a seven letter word, the odds are much greater that people will remember. Not sure about that? Ask friends if they can remember a seven letter word or a seven digit number. You will find that research is right – people will remember the word better than the number…. Read more »
Recently, a Harvard Business Review site discussed the value of using a phone instead of relying on email. They stated:
“If you want to be innovative today, if you want to take a risk, if you want to exercise your courage, try calling someone with whom you have an issue to discuss…. Discover this remarkable device called the telephone. It will give you a serious competitive advantage.”… Read more »
Vanity numbers are very cool 800 phone numbers that are easy for your potential customers to remember. One of the most popular modern ones is 1-800-Flowers. Just think about that for a moment. How simple is that to remember? It’s a little unfortunate, but it’s likely simpler to remember than the occasion you need to buy last-minute flowers for.
In today’s hectic society, it’s true that we have volumes of information at our fingertips. However, it still takes longer to log into your Smartphone and search for a business website and phone number (even with one touch dialing), than it does to just remember a phone number like 1-800-Flowers, and dial it…. Read more »
If you use radio to advertise your business, then you know you have just seconds to make an impression and deliver your message. So, giving the listeners something that will make an impression, something they will remember, is imperative to a successful radio campaign.
Research has uncovered that radio listeners recall words, like a vanity 800 number, much easier than a string of ten digits. Therefore, including a vanity 800 number from 800response in your radio ads is the only solution if you want to reach your audience, and get them to remember you…. Read more »
800 vanity number search is one of the most important marketing tasks you will engage in. The number has to be perfect. You want it to fit your business like a glove and be easy to remember because you know people will call a number they remember before they look one up.
So with that said, how do you find the perfect match without spending hours sifting through numbers that are useless to you? A quick trip to https://800response.com simplifies the process. We have the widest selection of easy to remember 800 vanity numbers in the world. We make your search even easier by giving you three different ways to conduct your search. You can browse through our many different categories, walk along our list of keywords, or define your search by industry. Whichever method you choose, you will find the number that fits your business perfectly and you can do it in a stress free setting with as much or as little time invested as you wish…. Read more »
Telephone communication may be slower than its new-media counterparts, but it still has benefits in an increasingly impersonal world. The telephone call, which connects a caller with a human voice, is still an important business component.
Here is a short-list of why the phone is more effective and successful at conducting business:
1. It provides an immediate connection to build rapport…. Read more »
It’s been a mystery for decades now. Originally released as a hit single in November of 1972, Carly Simon wrote this timeless piece and the subject of it’s lyrics have been debated ever since. Some suggested Mick Jagger. Other references point to Warren Beatty and even David Bowie. More educated speculation points to the song being about a collaboration of individuals. After all, we’re all at least a little vain. Why not embrace it? After all, what’s wrong with having a license plate that reads something like: “IM2Sexy”?… Read more »
Using call recording can prove to be invaluable in employee training. Recording calls allows you to build a hard and fast data base with which to compare and audit the level of customer service being given by employees. Access to examples of calls allows trainers to demonstrate what good and bad calls sound like. They can also help employees fine tune their performance to fit the company’s needs; whether they be basic compliance, sales techniques, or subtle facets like tone and empathy…. Read more »
Here are just a few reasons why we love living in the Green Mountain State, and being headquartered in downtown Burlington, VT:
According to Kiplinger’s recently released data that shows why it’s so great to be here:
1. What the locals love: Farm-to-table food at spots such as the Farmhouse Tap & Grill and Skinny Pancake creperie, and easy access to ski slopes. YUMMY!… Read more »
Radio advertisers have just seconds to make an impression and deliver their message. So, giving the listeners something that will make an impression, something they will remember, is imperative to a successful radio campaign.
Research has uncovered that radio listeners recall words, like a vanity 800 number, much easier than a string of ten digits. Therefore, advertising a response tool like 1-800-NEW-CARS is the only solution if you want to reach your audience, and get them to remember you…. Read more »