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on Voicemail September 1, 2006

Posted by Timothy Li in wind.

I don’t leave good voicemails, but apparently this is ok according to Guy, since

Very few people of any age leave good voicemails.

Guy then goes on in his blog post with a few power tips on leaving voicemails.  including this one:

slowly say your telephone number once at the beginning of your message and again at the end

Ken also has a plug ‘n play type of rule which he calls the “generally accepted voicemail principles (GAVP), “, this one is a lot easier to follow.  =)

Hello <recipient-name>, this is <caller-name> calling from <caller-organization>.  I am calling about <subject>.  Please call me back at your convenience at <caller-phone-number>.  Thanks and speak to you soon. “

so if you’ve received a frustrating voicemail from me in the past, I apologize and am working on it.  =) And for the next time, let me know how I’m doing. 



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