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An Efficient Message On Hold

August 24, 2011

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Common Sense Tip of the Day:

Have you ever noticed your vacuum cleaner losing its ability to clean? Sometimes this is due to a dirty filter. Cleaning this filter will allow your vacuum to run at its best efficiency. In the same way, having a message-on-hold with too many segments can sound like one long segment, thereby losing its efficiency. Instead, make sure your segments are spaced out with enough room in between each to give your customer time to process what’s been said. Ask a Walsh Media representative how you can maximize your message-on-hold’s efficiency, at 1-800-454-6453 or visit www.WalshMedia.com.

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