DialMyCalls In The News - Page #3
Featured here are articles published by the most reputable national and international media. These articles have been gathered through the years of operation of our company and are being constantly updated.
OurFamilyLifestyle.com - July 25, 2019
A parent’s worst nightmare is for their child to be bullied. The best-case scenario means their fragile self-esteem will take a hit, and the worst case is that they do something drastic.
UpJourney.com - July 24, 2019
“An open mind, a willingness to explore, perspective, and being able to enjoy the moment are all crucial in utilizing creativity as a means to find purpose in life.” – David Batchelor, Co-Founder & CEO, DialMyCalls
WelpMagazine.com - July 12, 2019
The Cucumber Store, Plant Air Purifier was recommended by David Batchelor from DialMyCalls. “This small office plant is artificial, which makes it perfect to brighten up my desk and I don’t have to worry about watering it!”
Teach.CEOBlogNation.com - July 10, 2019
“Younger and younger entrepreneurs. We’ve seen quite a few young minds who’ve gone off to be highly successful. This will be the new normal thanks to technology and children basically having more access to information faster than before.” – David Batchelor, Co-founder & CEO, DialMyCalls
FitSmallBusiness.com - July 5, 2019
“Having a big payroll can be scary for a small company trying to make ends meet. A great option for a company doing payroll is to hire people on a freelance basis doing contract work as 1099s until you have a more stable revenue stream in place.” – David Batchelor, Co-founder & CEO, DialMyCalls
eSellerCafe.com - June 19, 2019
There are a number of services you can use to help you automatically send texts just to say “hello” and keep in touch. You can also use these to automate alert reminders about upcoming maintenance or showings.
PredictiveIndex.com - June 17, 2019
This was true for David Batchelor, Co-Founder and CEO of DialMyCalls. He said, “Being a small company, using part-time employees has been tremendously helpful, allowing us to get tasks done [that we don’t have an internal team for]. For example, for quality assurance we’ve used an outsourcing company to help test new releases of our software for bugs and issues.”
ConvergentNonprofit.com - June 12, 2019
Many of the top nonprofits I’ve worked with have one thing in common: they regularly use tech tools to help them in every department.
PartnerStack.com - May 27, 2019
Batchelor recommends “adding tiers and levels that are able to be reached based on the number of referrals brought in.”