Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) December 16, 2008
Phonesheet.com, the web-based phone message manager, today announced a 200% increase in new trial accounts and a more than 200% increase in site traffic since the company's official debut in September 2008.
"In less than 90 days, we've signed up a diverse array of professionals within real estate, entertainment and education markets as Phonesheet.com customers," said Jan Zands, founder and CEO of Phonesheet.com. "We are excited that so many small and mid-sized businesses are leveraging our virtual phone message tool--with more users converting from trial accounts each day."
Making and receiving telephone calls are a necessary part of a work day. Amazingly, calls and messages are still managed using phone message pads, spiral notebooks and sticky notes, upon which call information or important details extracted from a voicemail message are handwritten by administrative or personal assistants, business colleagues, or us. Phone message slips can quickly pile up and efforts to make four phone calls can easily result in four voicemails (voicemail tag). Mental checks of calls made, messages left, and calls that still need to be returned swim in our heads alongside ever-expanding professional and personal to-do lists-- making the management of daily 'phone work' a tedious, inefficient and disorganized process. Phonesheet.com's 'virtual phone message pad' aids in the organization of phone calls and messages for anyone that relies on telephone communication.
Phonesheet.com is available for US $15/month or $160/year.
Phonesheet.com is the premier online phone message manager. Through its secure Web 2.0-based portal, users can track phone calls, messages and call history in real-time when at their desktop or when working remotely. Phonesheet.com simplifies the management of phone calls and messages and helps to eliminate stacks of phone message slips and sticky notes stuck to one's computer monitor. The company, based in Los Angeles, was founded by an entertainment industry veteran seeking an easier way to manage a high volume of phone work. More information and a free trial of the service can be found at http://www.phonesheet.com.