cell phone greeting
cell phone voice mail

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Cell Phone Script

For $20 we will customize this script with your name or business:

Hello you have reached ____________________, He/She/No One is available to take your call at this time. Please leave your name, number and a brief message and He/She/They will return your call!

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Need more or are you a business in need of script help for your phone system? Visit our friends over at Professional Phone Greeting.com

Your phone voice mail is a perfect way to make a positive first impression. The question most companies have is "how do we develop the script for our phone system?" We have designed a sample script for you to download. You will find a "Phone Map" (a flow chart of your phone system that includes: main message, extensions, sales boxes, and special functions), a Sample Script, and Recommendations.

Tips for Writing a GREAT Phone Script
We will have you approve a final script before we record. Things to remember for a smooth recording:

  • Write the message as if it were being spoken aloud, not read silently.
  • Keep your message brief and to the point.
  • Stress the single most important benefit of your products or services in the begining of your message.
  • Avoid negative phrases like "we're too busy". They sound insincere and off-putting.
  • The caller should want to leave a message because you sound like a business they want to do business with.
  • Pronunciation Guide: any name or place that has any chance of being pronounced 2 or more ways should be written out phonetically (Sakony could be pronounced Sack own ee or Suck ony. Phonetically spelled out it would be Sa-Cone-ee)
  • Domain names: If your domain name has a hyphen in it please indicate in full sentences how you would like it said (ie. "h-t-t-p-colon-slash-slash-W-W-W Dot Your hyphen domain DOT com"). Don't make us guess. We guarantee our reads, but if we get something wrong because it was not on the pronunciation guide, we will recharge for corrections.
  • Emphasis: if there is a portion of your script that you would like emphasised in a certain way please use bold or italics to give directions (i.e. please say this slowly, etc.)

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