If you are like most people you have probably had your current mobile number for a long time. You probably suffer from the odd robocall or are still getting cold calls from that double glazing salesman you declined from last year.
There have been some quite revolutionary changes in how an individual can keep their personal contact information private. Continue reading “Keeping Personal Contact Details Private”
Number porting may be a term that you have either used or at least heard before, the nature of this article is to outline the process of porting a telephone number from one telecommunications service provider to another.
Porting is a way of keeping your current number; a good means of porting is to port what would seem like a fixed line phone number into a virtual environment. The benefits of doing this is that your personal number then becomes more transferable and thus more manageable, so you can keep it for life and any calls to that number can follow you anywhere whether for business, travel or personal use. Continue reading “Quick Guide to Porting Your Phone Number”
70% of mobile searchers have used click to call to connect with a business directly from the search engine results page.
47% of mobile searchers say that if a business does not have a phone number associated with their search results, they will be more likely to explore other brands. Continue reading “Managing Business Communication From Anywhere”
We have been working with customers that have been adding VoiceRules phone numbers to marketing campaigns and monitoring the results using our analytics dashboard.
As you are able to rent numbers for short periods which allows you to test across different mediums and monitor those results to see what works for your business. Continue reading “Interactive Voice Ads on Facebook, Instagram, Google & Bing”
Remote teams are fast becoming normal for the majority of Company working environments and the amount of new businesses following this trend is growing rapidly with around 80% of work contracts that include flexible working options (flexjobs). Continue reading “Love Your Employees?! Set Them Free!”
Are you thinking of building a new start up, looking to expand, or just looking to reduce cost in your current business? There a number of overhead costs to take into consideration but as new technology becomes available so do your options in keeping business costs to a minimum. Here is a demonstration of ways in which you can avoid tremendous expenditure and at the same time allow you to focus on important areas of your business. Continue reading “Cost Hacking Your Small Business Empire”
Gone are the days when only big market players could think of overseas expansions and international operations. In these modern times marked by technological evolution, even solo entrepreneurs, start-ups and small businesses start their operations with a global approach in mind. What is the driving force behind this change? Continue reading “Managing International Business on a Budget with Remote Phone Services”
The monotony of 9 to 5 jobs that entail sitting in a cubicle and jabbing away at the computer keyword often leaves people feeling dissatisfied and burnt out. With incredible changes coming about in the field of connectivity and technology, the idea of location independent businesses is fast catching up, and more and more young and middle aged professionals are risking the security of a regular job to make a living through businesses that don’t pin you down in one place. Continue reading “Location Independent Businesses Need Cloud-based Telephony”
A major hurdle faced by most of the SMEs, start-ups and entrepreneurs is the lack of a self-sufficient and reliable communication systems. Technology has made it possible for enterprises to serve customers on a global scale, hire employees from any international location. Nowadays the same is available to those smaller businesses and also allow them to operate without the need to have a permanent office. Continue reading “How To Manage Small Business Communication With Little Or No Infrastructure”