The best way to make sure customers remember your business phone number is to make is memorable with a vanity number!
What are Vanity Phone Numbers?
Vanity numbers are used by businesses in every industry. Imagine a dog wash company spelling DOGS in their number, or a law office that includes 1-800-LAW in their phone number.
RingSquared has the largest online inventory of business phone numbers, including premium vanity options, to help your business reach more customers.
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Vanity numbers are easy to remember toll free numbers that use the letters assigned to numbers on a phone dial pad to spell out words.
The most memorable vanity numbers spell business names and keywords related to your industry. Example: RingSquared can be reached by calling 1-800-427-RING.
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RingSquared has the industry’s largest inventory of highly memorable 800 numbers proven to generate 25% or more phone calls.
In several studies, memorable numbers on TV and radio had increased calls and higher average sales dollar values when compared to random toll free numbers!
- Make it easy for customers to remember how to reach you.
- Create a nationwide presence for your company
- Vanity numbers help your company appear larger, and more established
- Promote word-of-mouth marketing
- Create trust by having a valuable toll free number with your brand
- Easy and effective marketing tool to incorporate into your advertising
- Incoming calls offer conversion rates over online leads. *On marketingland.com, Brian Massey recently estimated a phone call is worth five to 10 times more revenue than a completed online form.
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- Consider incorporating words, repeater numbers or a combination. Some studies suggest words without numbers are easiest to remember.
- Choose words that clearly communicate your business function or advertising message, and will continue to do so as your business grows. Repeating words is one option, or you may add extra letters or digits that aren’t dialed but reinforce your message.
- Avoid the letters Q and Z, abbreviations and alternate spellings.
- Consider different numbers for different departments.
- Think about how memorable imagery and/or music might be incorporated into your number for ad purposes. Radio jingle? TV ad? Clever graphics?
- Could you match the number with a domain name for cross-media marketing?
- Google the number to determine whether and when it’s been used, and whether you might field wrong numbers as a result.
- When designing your ads and website, prominently repeat your phone number in the headline and partway through your content.