in-store-radioWhen you ring a smaller company, the message isn’t likely to be as professional, in some occasions you will hear a rushed message that is sometimes unclear. The message may also be followed by the sound of a phone ringing, or a beep every now and again that lets you know you’re still in a queue. These messages can convey a lot more than you would think, they tell the caller the company doesn’t have the money to update the hold message, or it’s not what they consider to be a priority right now.

In Store Radio: Make a huge impact

It’s amazing the impact a hold message has on callers, and if it’s bad, there is potential to put the caller off completely, so much so that they may be inclined to go elsewhere.

This can also be said for radio ads, as bad quality radio will not be appreciated and it will bring the reputation of the store right down, so you need to get more information about messages on hold before taking action. When it comes down to it, no-one wants to hear bad music and bad messages promoting what the store has to offer, and it can even make the business seem cheap.

This is the last thing anyone wants, so the best thing to do is to hire a professional to do the job for you, yes it will cost, but it’s well worth it in the end. When you have a professional message to deliver to your customers, your customers, present and potential will see you in a whole new light and be more willing to use your business as they will automatically trust you more.

Do what you can to get your message across by hiring someone to say it the right way, so you and your business can flourish and grow? Then we strongly suggest that you get your In Store Radio campaign started. ⤧  Next post VST Synths For Dubstep Production ⤧  Previous post Financial Advice and Crunching Numbers