Meet the sales rep that's on your mobile 24/7

Meet the sales rep that's on your mobile 24/7

When it comes to sales, there's one space everyone can access that has been underutilised and neglected for far too long.

That is until Ad On Mobile developed an innovative solution that turns your mobile phone into a 24/7 sales rep.

Paul Harding and Peter Bailey, along with their team at Ad On Mobile, have developed a suite of products which transforms the droning caller tone on your mobile phone into an exciting sales pitch designed to educate customers about your product.

Instead of hearing a continuous tone when your customers call, they'll instead hear tailored, high-quality messages about what your business is doing.

Let's say you're a real estate agent, Harding and Bailey's Ad On Mobile solution can let you program up to 16 messages to play in the 10 second space of a caller tone enabling your customers to learn so much more about your current listings and products on offer, even if the call goes to voice mail.

 

Harding says this is a solution for anyone who does business on their mobile, and Business News Australia readers can save $50 on setup fees by entering the promo code SETUP100 at the checkout.

"It's amazing how many people in business are in meetings, and the amount of calls they receive just go to voicemail," says Harding.

"There's a prime opportunity there to educate potential customers, new customers, and existing customers, about products, services and other offerings at your business that they might not know about."

Depending on the package you select, Ad On Mobile will prepare four, eight, 12 or 16 different messages that can come up when someone calls your mobile.

These are completely customisable too, so you can have certain messages play on certain days or schedule them to run only on weekdays.

"This is something that has never been done in the world before," says Harding.

"You've been able to program music over a caller tone for a while, but no one has ever gone to the stage of self-promoting a business or educating customers with voice messages over mobile, it's never been done before."

Not only does Ad On Mobile offer the sales solution, but they'll develop a marketing strategy, record the voice messages, and program them all for you all without having to sign a long term contract.

"We do everything for you," says Harding.

"We'll work out a marketing brief for you, then our script writers will write messages and we give that to the customer to approve. Once approved we record the messages in our own studios and load it onto the mobile remotely."

"There's no contracts for the product at all at the moment, so you can try it, see how it goes for a couple of months, and if you think it's working you can keep it. But if you don't like it, you can cancel it straight away there's no contracts or obligations."

The best part of the service really is the incredibly low price of as little as $20 per month for the 24/7 marketing assistant.

There is a catch though you've got to be on the Telstra network as they're the only Australian network who've integrated the technology required for the solution to work right now.

Now's the perfect time to join AdOnMobile with Business News Australia's discount code SETUP100 which will waive the $50 set up fee. Just head to adonmobile.com.au to get started.

This article was written in partnership with AdOnMobile.

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