voice broascasting

More voters are now being contacted by Voice Broadcasting way over any other. This is because it is quick, cost-effective way to deliver your message to thousands of targeted audience.

1. Endorsement Message

A message that is recorded by a celebrity or a community leader endorsing or supporting a specific candidate can be highly effective in building name recognition and awareness.

2. Poll Surveys

Having knowledge about what people think on certain issues is important to any candidate. Poll surveys are a great way to gather those statistics on topics that concern the public.
By creating a series of multiple choice questions, you can get as detailed as needed to understand how voters think about the upcoming elections.

3. Event Notification

Increasing attendance and voter participation is key to victory in every campaign. Voice Broadcasting Services reminder calls provide an efficient, effective method to keep in contact with constituents.
Candidates can use reminder calls to maintain their relationship with voters and increase participation for worthy cause and rallies.

4. Name Recognition

A voter needs to see or hear your name 5-8 times before they will remember it. Voice broadcasting is highly effective for increasing name recognition. A personalised message allows you to get your name out amongst the public
Message from a candidate to identified supporters and possible supporters is an inexpensive, yet highly effective means to get people out to the polls. Typically this important means to help win close elections.

5. Thank You Message

This a last minute appeal/thank you to your identified and possible vote. This message thanks them for their support if they have already voted and urges them to go to the polls if they have not yet voted.
Elections are won and lost by a few votes all of the time and the goal is to create a sense of urgency to get out to the polls.

So, these were the effective techniques that help you in this election season to get connected with your voters. It’s very important to remain in the mind of people during the season of the election. What could be a better option then you are reaching everyone with your message and that too in such a cost effective approach.

IVR

Interactive Voice Response (IVR) can be a lifesaver in such cases. Interactive voice response (IVR), which is IVR delivered via the cloud, by subscription, now makes a lot more sense for business from a cost perspective. Unfortunately, calling a business and being greeted with a recorded prompt can put some existing and prospective customers off. In this post, we’ll outline how you can make #IVR work for your business.

Here are few tips for a successful, hosted Interactive voice response (IVR) deployment:

  • Always give your callers a way to get to a real person: At the end of each menu, you should always give the option of pressing “0” to speak to a live human being (or to record a message if someone calls after business hours). Leading hosted #IVR systems will allow you to do this easily through a web-based management portal.
  • Put important information in your greeting: You’ll probably find that most callers need basic information, such as your hours, your address, or your website. Consider putting those details in your greeting, so most callers will be satisfied without having to push any buttons.
  • Choose your menu options carefully: You want to present callers with the most popular option first. This means monitoring how many people are selecting each option. For example, you might find the majority of callers press “0” to talk to a person asking for the customer service department. In this case, you should give that a “1” or “2.” The goal is to make sure that the main menu gives callers the most useful options and the option of going straight to customer service without requiring a human attendant.
  • Keep your menu options short and simple:Do NOT have more than five options—people won’t be able to remember them all. Worse, they’ll just hang up if confronted with too much complexity. For example, you might want to have a main menu with just two items, such as “new customer” or “current customer,” then give them more options from there.
  • Make sure calls are going to the right place or person: It’s a good idea to thoroughly test all the touch-tone or voice-recognition options on your IVR regularly. Make sure if customers press “2” for finance, their calls get routed correctly to finance. Most leading hosted #IVR systems provide a web portal with a friendly graphical user interface that allows you to quickly and easily change how your calls are routed.
  • Don’t frustrate callers with a long, cumbersome menu tree:Once a caller selects an option from an introductory menu, don’t lead them to another long list of menus to find the information they’re looking for. As a general rule of thumb, don’t make callers go through more than three menus before they find what they need—whether that’s a live operator, general information, or a transaction.