Dial-In Your Sales Process with Conference Calling for Business
Expand Your Customer Base Using Dial-in Conference Calling
Whatever your product may be, it is important to make yourself accessible to as many potential customers as possible. For many businesses, this may mean email marketing, social media, sales calls, and even conference calling lines. Businesses of all types and sizes utilize telephone dial-in conference calling to grow their memberships—and their bottom lines. In today’s FreeConference blog, we’ll be exploring some of the ways that telephone dial-in conference calling can help your business offerings reach more people.
Dedicated Conference Dial-In Number Available 24/7
Conference calling lines allow for conference calls of up to several hundred people to be held at any time. This means that you can organize sales presentations and information sessions that prospective customers can call into by phone. Allowing people the option to phone into your meeting means that you can expand the geographic reach of your sales market without requiring people to travel long distances to meet in person.
So, how much does it cost to have your own dedicated conference line for customers to call?
Free Conference Dial-In Options
As the original free conference calling service, FreeConference built its own loyal base of customers by offering users the ability to hold large conference calls at no cost. Using the free* dial-in numbers and, more recently, the online meeting room feature, you can have callers join your conference call for free!
*With the free dial-in numbers, each caller is responsible for his/her own long-distance charges (if any) to reach the assigned dial-in number, but there are no charges otherwise.
Toll-Free 800 & Premium International Dial-In Numbers
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