Why is Call Tracking Good for Advertisers Part 2 of 2

on Sep 16, 2009   ·   Call Tracking   ·   0 comments

Why is Call Tracking Good for Advertisers Part 2 of 2
Tread lightly on advertising unless you use a Call Tracking System

Tread lightly on advertising unless you use a Call Tracking System

With more and more advertisers using call tracking systems the cost is reducing. As if it was not already inexpensive enough for all the benefits it provides. Why is Call Tracking Good for Advertisers Part 1 of 2 explained how call tracking is gaining recognition, Part 2 of 2 will explain these benefits more in depth.

Let’s review a call tracking systems benefits. Assigning multiple phone numbers to track multiple campaigns at once, stats in real-time (i.e. length of calls, heaviest volume times, and average call duration), record phone conversations, no hardware required (other than your computer and telephone), and not to mention the ease of using this system. Gathering and sorting out statistics off one marketing campaign could cost hundreds and require plenty of man hours. Call tracking takes its place in the marketing environment by offering advertisers the right tools to compete and generate results without spending too much from the marketing budget.

Benefits of Call Tracking

  • Multiple phone numbers
  • Multiple campaign tracking
  • Stats in real-time
  • Conversation recording
  • No hardware required
  • Simple system controls

Call tracking is here to stay. As more advertisers begin using call tracking they spread the word of the benefits they’ve reaped using this technology. Call tracking has changed the way advertisers strategize and maximize results. With call tracking you’re only a few clicks away from a low cost yet intensive marketing tool which will boost your company’s advertising capabilities. Go ahead… give it a shot… track your success!

If you’re an advertiser that is not using a call tracking system we would like to hear from you. What are you using to track your advertising campaigns? If you are not tracking them, how do you know the quality of your response? Leave a comment, your feedback is appreciated.