By Stephanie Ciccarelli
July 17, 2009
Inevitably you won't be able to pick up every call that comes to your business, and because of that reality, we have something ingenious called voice mail!
When it comes to recording a message for your business voice mail, do you entrust the ears of your customers to one of your peers, or do you record the messaging yourself?
Add your comments with your voice mail style and join the conversation here at VOX Daily!
I've called a number of voice talent and got their answering machines before, many of which are quite entertaining!
Thinking back to one in particular got the creative juices flowing, so I thought I would ask you a few questions about your business voice mail.
1. Do you record your own voice mail or have someone else do it? Why or why not?
2. Do you script your voice message or do you improvise?
3. How do you record your message (i.e. directly on the phone, record a file, etc.)
Looking forward to hearing from you!
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