vFlyer Introduces First Phone-based Voice Narration Service for Virtual Tours and Marketing Flyers

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vFlyer introduces vFlyer Voice, a low-cost alternative to marketing videos. Voice-narrated marketing content (such as virtual tours) provides a compelling advertising message that is similar to video but costs less to produce. The patent-pending innovation is that the voice narrations are created via a point-click-and-call process.

This company never ceases to amaze me with all the new features they continue to develop for their clients

vFlyer, the first comprehensive marketing platform for real estate professionals, small businesses, and other professional sellers, today introduced a cost-effective alternative to expensive marketing videos. Aimed at helping companies respond to the current economic climate, the new voice-narrated features allow companies to create compelling, animated rich media content that leverages both images and sound (such as virtual tours) but without the high cost associated with video production.

Small businesses are struggling to get their message out to customers in the current economy. Businesses are faced with the double challenge of customer acquisition and prospect conversion, and voice and music-annotated virtual tours can both capture and maintain the attention of online visitors. Because first time visitors prefer dynamic or video content over static marketing text, this new service from vFlyer makes a lot of marketing sense.

Voice-annotated marketing content has been utilized effectively on websites for some time. vFlyer has simply reduced the time, effort, and equipment required to produce this content significantly. The patent-pending innovation is that the voice narrations are created via a point-click-and-call process. After uploading photographs for a landing page, a user simply clicks a button to initiate a call. The system automatically calls the user and instructs the user to create the voice narration. The voice prompts are coordinated with instructions displayed on the computer.

The result of this process is the creation of a highly effective virtual tour that has either a single narration that plays across the display of the virtual tour or a separate voice narration for each photograph.

"This company never ceases to amaze me with all the new features they continue to develop for their clients," says Betty Simmons, President of Rental Home KC. "My company, http://www.RentalHomeKC.com, has used vFlyer for the past two years and they have allowed me to professionally advertise over 200 property listings with ease! I am very excited to have the ability to add voice narration to all of my ads. This new feature will set our ads apart from the competition!"

To learn more about vFlyer Voice for voice-narrated advertisements, visit the vFlyer Voice page.

About vFlyer
Based in San Francisco, California, vFlyer is an award-winning, online classified ad and content creation, management, and syndication platform. Created for sellers, vFlyer reduces the time it takes to sell items and generate income by maximizing exposure of the ad or marketing campaign. Using vFlyer, sellers benefit from unprecedented time savings in the creation, quality, and distribution of any online classified ad. In just a few minutes, sellers can create professional, eye-catching ads to better promote their products or services. vFlyer has also raised the bar on the distribution of a seller's online ads with its "create once and post everywhere" capabilities that include RSS-based distribution to relevant blogs, websites and classified ad marketplaces such as Google Base, Backpage.com, Yahoo! Real Estate, Cyberhomes, FrontDoor, Oodle, Backpage, Vast, Trulia, and Zillow and compatible content for Craigslist and eBay. This ad syndication, coupled with its extensive Widget Library and SMS and mobile capabilities, makes vFlyer an invaluable resource for online sellers. For more information, please visit http://www.vflyer.com.

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