It’s hard to make an impression on consumers these days. They are inundated with so many ads, so much content, that it can become difficult for them to parse through all these to find anything of value, which is why it makes a ton of sense for businesses to look into possibly getting a vanity number.
A vanity number can seem insignificant. Its very name seems to suggest that it may, at best, be a luxury as opposed to something businesses actually need.
But there’s real value in vanity numbers that businesses can extract.
The one thing that is undeniable about most vanity numbers is that they are memorable.
Vanity numbers featured in commercials that originally aired years ago are still remembered by viewers because the number itself is so easy to memorize. On top of that, even the not quite as catchy to say vanity numbers can still be very memorable for as long as they are closely associated with the product or service they are promoting, again further increasing their usefulness to a business.
That memorable quality is why businesses should still look into acquiring vanity numbers even if not as many of them may be in service today.
In an era of business wherein
advertising efforts are almost too similar, a vanity number can be one little thing that helps nudge one company in front of the rest.
There is also cost to factor into the equation when it comes to determining the potential usefulness of a vanity number, which offers one more reason for why businesses should have one.
For what can account for just a small slice of the advertising budget, companies can have in their possession something very useful, making a vanity number a wise investment.
There’s value to be had in vanity. Specifically, there’s plenty of value to be had from vanity numbers.
A serial entrepreneur, Ray Bolouri is focused on creating "the next innovation.”
At young age, Ray co-wrote a dental billing software which has since become the defacto standard for dental practices worldwide. Later he helped market and build the 7th largest ISP in the United States.Read More
And most recently, he has built a new standard for modern business communication: an enterprise enhanced messaging platform: txtmeQuick.
Ray is 'obsessed' with better solutions and constantly challenges 'old standards'. From building the very first wireless network in Zimbabwe in 1995, to implementing the very first commercial DSL in 1996 and up to 2009. The following year, he founded the first ever modern M2B (mobile-to-business) communication platform developed; he has continued to push the limits of innovation, despite the odds (and has successfully achieved many of his goals).
Follow him on Twitter at @raybolouri.Enable your phone number to DO MORE. Click here for more details.
Latest posts by Ray Bolouri (see all)
- Why Text Messaging Is A Valuable Emergency Tool - February 21, 2017
- The Underappreciated Versatility of Texting - February 13, 2017
- How to Upgrade Your Corporate Communication System Without Busting The Budget - February 3, 2017