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Telemarketing Tips – Your Biggest Critics are Already Sold

So far, summer’s looking to be a smorgasbord for geeky moviegoers. Not only did you have Godzilla and X:Men days of future past rocking the box office, you’ll still have Maleficent, Transformers 4, and How to Train Your Dragon 2.

 

Now what do this have to do with telemarketing? Well, the geek subculture is actually solid proof that your biggest critics are not only good for, they’re actually well sold on your product already!

 

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Telemarketing Tips – Use Lazy Days to Improve Productive Ones

It’s summer in a lot of parts in the world. And with summer comes the lazy days it’s filled up with. But while days like that can just mean boredom for teens, tweens, and toddlers, it can mean bad news for productive telemarketing. You’ve got calls to make and appointments to set. You can’t just stop just because you don’t feel like it right?

 

Actually, it’s possible to go with the flow of a lazy day and come out even more productive in days after! This applies whether you just don’t feel like picking up the phone or don’t want to pressure outsourced telemarketers to give you more summer appointments.

 

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Outsourced Telemarketing Tips – Don’t Test Vendors like House Sitters

Outsourcing your telemarketing services doesn’t necessarily mean you’re giving away the keys of your entire marketing campaign. This is even more true of telemarketing is just one part of your overall strategy.

On the other hand, telemarketing can still be a vital point of that same strategy. The keys still could prove valuable. Can you really trust those keys to just any vendor? What’s a good way of testing them?

Well, one test is by simply not treating them as if they were just hiring a house sitter.

 

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Telemarketing Tips – What It Should Do While You’re On Vacation

Summer’s just weeks away and floating with it is the promising idea of a tropical vacation. Sadly, kids and teens have it pretty easy when it comes to the planning. You on the other hand can’t seem to catch a break. How do you get back to work once the heat and sun are over and done? Did you miss any appointments? Did Mr. H from HCorp call back? What about that email from John Doe Industries? Who followed it up?

 

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