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Reserving and activating a winning vanity number may now be easier than ever, but before you click there are three important factors you need to keep in mind…
1. What's included?
Are you just getting a vanity number or are the vital features you need to be effective and run at your most productive being included?
No entrepreneur or small business owner should be without:
If even the largest tech giants can fail horribly with the launch of their products and services how can smaller players ensure the success of theirs?
According to one tech blog this week, four of the biggest technology failures of all time include:
Leaked details of new the iPhone 5 going into production signals optimal time for businesses to roll out their mobile apps and mobile marketing campaigns…
While Apple still hasn't officially announced an iPhone 5 release date, yesterday Fox News reported a leak from a Chinese manufacturer that it is already in production with the new iPad to follow with shipping expected later this fall.
Originally started in the early 1960s as a “Freephone” service in the United Kingdom, AT&T capitalized on the opportunity to create an alternative collect calling method and reduce the need for operators. The service was introduced as IN-WATS, or Inward Wide-Area Telephone Service, and was used by major hospitality companies such as the Americana, Hyatt, Marriott, Rodeway, Sheraton and Quality Inn. Unfortunately, the call centers were so difficult to operate that the service providers soon went out of business.
A toll free vanity number is about far more than just bragging rights or looking cool. They are now recognized as being among the most powerful business tools available to companies and solo entrepreneurs.
Why are toll free vanity numbers so crucial?
You don't have to be a "tree hugger" to recognize that being green is rapidly becoming an important, distinguishing factor in businesses. This will determine which are going to stay on top and those which are going to flop. So is your organization doing enough to stay in the lead and keep the green flowing?
Just look at Apple. Despite being the tech giant, local California governments recently announced it will no longer be acquiring Apple products because they do not meet EPEAT requirements. That's a huge hit no matter how large your revenues and certainly does nothing for brand image.