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Keep Calm and Contact

My Story As the founder and CEO of a software development company established in 1987, now with offices in four countries, I can confidently say that my business could have greatly benefited from a mutually beneficial relationship with a “reputable” Contact Center...

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How to Start a Home-Based Contact Center for FREE!

My Story As the founder and CEO of a software development company established in 1987, now with offices in four countries, I can confidently say that my business could have greatly benefited from a mutually beneficial relationship with a “reputable” Contact Center...

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Call Scripts Are Important

A Telemarketer’s Script Module is critical to your success and MUST be integrated seamlessly into your Contact Center Suite’s CRM telemarketing module.  Used correctly, it will most certainly maximize your outbound calls. It is a well-known fact that a well-scripted...

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Free Call Center Software

I decided to provide with an absolutely FREE version  Free Call Center Software I prototyped and developed my custom online Call Center Suite and named it “Contacted” (as seen on my Contacted website).   My vision was that Contacted must be a product specifically...

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No Cost Call Center

Why a Contact Center Business? There are millions of companies worldwide just waiting for you to help them grow their business, and you can do this by: 1)  Finding them new customers. 2)  Servicing their existing customers. 3)  Conducting valuable surveys on their...

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Finding a Market for Your Products Using a Call Center

Austerity, high unemployment, pay cuts, pension funds evaporating, how times change.  It was only a few short years ago that any idea, no matter how simple, you would be greeted with enthusiasm and more often funding. Everyone was looking to invest their easily earned...

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Don't forget to always ask the customer for Referrals! We recommend that both you and the vendor sign a "Work For Hire Agreement" to specify the terms of your agreement accurately and to define the revenue split, salary, or commission, that you'll receive, and of...

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