83% said they felt the fact that their calls were being answered in a competent and professional manner had had a positive impact on the development and growth of their business
PortLand, ME (PRWEB) January 07, 2013
With the number of solopreneurs and freelancers expected to comprise half the US workforce by 2020, a very simple hybrid solution, appears to be giving many of the successful independent workers an advantage. In a recent Forbes article for the top three New Years resolutions for solopreneurs, they recommend that If there is a task you’re doing that someone else could do and free your time up to think, do client work, network, and market yourself, consider eliminating or outsourcing it.
Main Virtual Office, a virtual receptionist answering service and mobile app company in Portland Maine, surveyed its customers last month to find out whether they thought their virtual receptionist services impacted the success of their of business. A resounding 83% said they felt the fact that their calls were being answered in a competent and professional manner had a positive impact on the development and growth of their business.
In what is becoming an intensely competitive environment, very small businesses, solopreneurs and freelancers are realizing they can no longer rely on voice mail without potentially sacrificing new business opportunities. Companies that embrace our virtual receptionist/mobile app solution have already realized that this is one major way they can be more competitive says Jim Plunkett of Main Virtual office.
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Main Virtual Office is the only answering service that focuses on very small businesses and solopreneurs. With solopreneurs predicted to comprise half the US workforce by 2020, and 80% of callers hanging up when they are sent to voicemail, small businesses need a better solution to handle their phone calls. With Main Virtual's professional answering service and mobile app, small businesses never miss another business opportunity again and manage their messages directly from their mobile app much like they do their email.