Internal Marketing ToolsIncrease your chance of success by promoting your free pay per minute website directly to our customers! We have provided some very useful tools that will help you get the attention your website needs.
Directory News Postings: Post image and text ads directly to our online directories. This is a great way to promote your website. All news posts feed to our vast online directory listings, the customer's 'welcome' section of the member control panel and our social networking accounts including Twitter. Our news posting features comes complete with ckeditor which allows for easy image posting, HTML, linking, and much more!
Link your Social Networking Accounts: We have developed an amazing tool that gives you the ability to feed every operator blog post to your social networks! For example if you setup a Facebook account for your pay per minute website and add it to this section it will post every blog from your operator account to your Facebook account. You can setup as many accounts as you wish and all posts will feed automatically!
Operator Blog Posts: Every operator account has a built-in blog that appears on the operator's profile page. All blog posts are also fed to our various online website directories and social networks! Each blog post contains a link back to the operator's profile page and a 'click to call me' call button. Blogs are a great way to get a customer's attention and we work hard to provide you with the tools needed to get noticed.
Send Newsletters to your Callers: Every time a customer sends a message or calls any operator on your site they will be automatically added to your newsletter (the customer can opt-out if they wish). You will see the list of customers (alias only) and you can send newsletters informing them of recent news, specials, or any other important information you may wish to share. Newsletters are a great way to stay in touch with your pay per minute callers.
Send Message from your Call History: You can review every call from your website owner control panel and send the customer a follow-up message. This is a great way to ensure return callers!