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Telephone Communication Articles

These articles focus specifically on telephone communication. Learn how to follow voicemail etiquette, be an effective communicator, maintain customer satisfaction through outsourcing, best answer the phone, make a positive impression with your receptionist, and have effective listening and questioning skills. Telephones are used in everyday business and it is best to know how to effectively use them. Each of these articles is written by a qualified and skilled author who is an expert in his or her respective field. These articles are available on a non-exclusive basis for publication or reposting. Also, check out our free telecommunications whitepapers, magazines, and resources.

Selling is a Contact Sport: Keys to Effective Phone Calling

Manage the Cost of the Outsourcing Business with Contact Center Technology

Ten Ways To Improve Telemarketing

The Psychology Of Selling: Telemarketing 101

Outbound Sales Calling: Get More Prospects and Leads Using Telephone

Soft Selling Yields Hard Profits in Contact Centers

Harness the Power of Your Company’s Most Important Asset: The Receptionist

Emotional Leakage: Getting Mad at Peter and Taking it Out on Paul

Outsourcing Customer Satisfaction

What’s Your Service Mentality IQ?

The Touch Points of Communications

Steps to Service Recovery

Don’t Sabotage Your Company

Weak Wimpy Words

Things Your Callers Never Want to Hear

Improving Listening Skills

Effective Questioning Skills

Voicemail Tips

“If You Know Your Party’s Extension…”

Voicemail Etiquette 101: Tips for Managing Your Messages

Make It Easy for Customers to do Business With You

Are You Passive, Average, or Proactive?

Top Telephone Pet Peeve is Put On Hold

How to Handle the Foreign Accent

Building Rapport with Callers

Watch That Tone Of Voice

Strategies for Handling Irate Callers

Five Most Frustrating Voice Mail Phrases

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