Building trust is the first step in long lasting relationships. Whether B2B or B2C, trust must be earned to create a loyal customer base. In telemarketing, your caller ID is the first impression, and a crucial aspect of developing your business' reputation.
Telemarketing Tips and News
Telemarketers face the largest amount of scrutiny because they make the most calls in the sales industry. Staying on top of telemarketing standards, regulations, and trends are important to being top of the game. These articles aim to teach the read tools, red flags, and tricks of the trade. In turn, you can remain current, push productivity, and always have someone available to answer the call.
Telemarketing often seeks to lower cost and improve profits. However some methods, although effective in the past, might end up hurting your business. Least call routing could be affecting your calls' attestation rating resulting in unwanted flags.
While carriers are rolling out new features intended to protect consumers, some businesses may see side effects. New enhanced caller ID and call blocking features being implemented are intended to help consumers identify verified calls before answering.
With increased regulations, call centers are having a harder time adapting and compete. Call spoofing and erroneous phone number flags are among the latest issues call centers have to deal with. Monitoring your numbers is key to protecting your reputation.
Everyone hates unwanted calls, but calls to the wrong numbers are just as frustrating. The FCC is mandating the creation of the Reassigned Number Database to help these issues. Companies can scrub their lists to remove numbers that have been recently disconnected or reassigned.