Virtual Receptionist Services

Showing 93 posts. See all posts.

9/20/2019

Trends That Prove Your Small Business Needs a Virtual Receptionist

There are a lot of challenges small businesses cite when it comes to running their business—healthcare, regulations, taxes, economic downturns, the list is long. Nearly two-thirds of small business owners in a recent survey indicate they are more stressed about their business this year than last. Overarching most of the challenges small businesses cite are facing them is the fact that time is finite; there is simply not enough time in the day—or night—to get everything done. 

Read more
9/12/2019

5 Ways Your Company Can Benefit from Using Outbound Calling Services

Outbound calling services have always been a popular resource for a wide range of industries, but with the recent and rapid developments in the digital age, this service is more important than ever.

Read more
9/3/2019

7 Effective Ways Call Screening Services Can Save You Time

Time is money for entrepreneurs and small businesses. Incoming phone calls can be a real nuisance, interrupting critical work on projects and customer interactions and consuming valuable time. Yet, in some cases, depending on the caller, answering the call and routing the caller to the right person on the team is pivotal—often the difference between new business and a lost business opportunity, an engaged customer and a dissatisfied detractor. 

Read more
6/28/2019

1 Simple Trick to Reduce Business Costs by $35,000

For most small businesses, a full-time equivalent (FTE), in-house receptionist is cost prohibitive. The salary for one falls somewhere around $39,000 annually. And even if you opt to hire a part-time receptionist, the cost is going to be around $25,000—and the receptionist will not be available during certain work hours.

Read more
5/27/2019

The Biggest Problems Solved by a Virtual Receptionist

Solopreneurs and small businesses have overflowing plates. It is difficult for them to keep up with the demands they face. And if they are not careful, they can find themselves spending most of their time answering incoming calls and responding to texts and emails. Add the responsibilities of personal lives—getting kids to school, music lessons, and to before- and after-school activities, running errands, scheduling time to spend with your partner—and things can become very hectic and stressful for small business owners and solopreneurs.

Read more

Categories

Archive Show Archives