Voice Broadcasting Service

Quickly and easily use our voice broadcasting service to send out automated phone calls to a list of phone numbers in seconds. Try it out completely free today and see why so many organizations rely on DialMyCalls as their automated calling system!

Over 40,000+ Organizations Rely On Us To Deliver Millions Of Voice And SMS Messages!

  • Georgia-Pacific
  • Goodwill
  • Chrysler
  • YMCA
  • USA Network
  • The University Of New Mexico

What Makes Our Voice Broadcast Software Great

We make it easy for you to create, schedule and send your automated phone call to all your contacts at once. Take a look at all the voice broadcasting features our service offers:

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How does automated voice broadcasting work?

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Step 1.

Add your phone numbers

Add your phone numbers or quickly import a list in Excel or CSV formats. Use our groups features to easily organize your contacts.

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Step 2.

Record a voice message to send

You can easily record your voice mail message using any touch tone phone or our mobile app. You may also upload a WAV or MP3 file to use as your message to be sent.

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Step 3.

Send your call & view report

Send your voice broadcast out right now or schedule for a specific day and time. Once it's sent you'll get a detailed report showing what happened on every phone call!

How Does Voice Broadcasting Work? (Video)

 

Here, we’ll take a look at all of these topics and more to help you understand voice broadcasts.

What Is a Voice Broadcasting Service?

Voice broadcasting is a tool that allows you to send recorded voice messages to multiple phone numbers simultaneously. The sender can record messages in advance and use a centralized interface to send them all from a phone number.

Most companies, like DialMyCalls, allow you to send out thousands of messages at once. This ensures that your message reaches everyone who needs to hear it as soon as possible. Most platforms also compile and analyze response rates and other information about your audience’s reception to the call.

Top 5 Most Common Uses of Voice Broadcasting

Now, you understand what voice broadcasting is. But let’s talk about some of the ways that groups like businesses and schools can use voice broadcast services.

1. Emergency Notifications

Systems that send mass phone calls are a great way to contact many people at once during an emergency.

For example, a school could use a voice broadcast service to inform parents about a cancellation due to severe weather. A utility company could announce a service outage to all of their customers. An event planner could inform all event attendees of the proper protocol for a specific emergency situation.

2. Surveys and Feedback

One common use for voice broadcasting services is to gather feedback. This can be done using polls or providing the option for recipients to speak to a live representative.

For example, a nonprofit could send surveys to past volunteers to gain insight on ways to improve the volunteer experience.

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Above Image: Send out a telephone poll through DialMyCalls.

3. Appointment Reminders and Updates

This is a common use for voice broadcasting among medical offices and companies that provide landscaping, plumbing, and other on-site services.

The sender can remind a client or customer about the service they’ve scheduled, ensuring that no one forgets and saving everyone’s time.

4. Employee Communication

Voice broadcast services are a great way to send corporate announcements, particularly when paired with other methods of communication such as emails and text messages.

For example, a business could send a voice call to all employees reminding them of casual Friday, an upcoming staff meeting, or the closing of a particular parking lot for construction.

5. Promotions and Special Deals

Automated calls can be used to broadcast information about your company to current customers and provide them with coupons, discounts, or other benefits.

All customers who have opted in to messages from you, for example, could receive a discount code for use on a specific day, which could drive traffic on an otherwise slow business day.

The Benefits of Voice Broadcasting

Sending a voice broadcast has a number of benefits. Voice broadcasting is:

  • Affordable. Modern platforms like DialMyCalls allow for hundreds – or even thousands – of calls to be placed for a low fee and without a long-term contract.
  • Convenient. You can simply use an online interface to create, schedule, and make automated phone calls – without ever having to speak to anyone yourself and without being free and available in the moment your audience receives the message.
  • Flexible and Customizable. You can easily create different lists of people and send personalized messages to each one. You can send them at any time, and they can include any information that can be conveyed via audio.
  • Not Time Sensitive. Voice broadcasting allows you to reach customers when they pick up their phone – but can also leave a message on their voicemail, ensuring that they hear your message even if they aren’t free when you call.

Tips for Getting Started

Even if you’ve already decided that voice broadcasting could benefit you, you may be wondering where to start.

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Above Image: Example of a voice broadcast report in DialMyCalls.

If you are planning to send a voice broadcast for the first time, though, consider these three tips:

1. Get Your Contacts in Order

In order for voice calls (or other communication types) to be useful, the contact information you have for customers, employees, or other audience members must be correct. While contact information can be uploaded to DialMyCalls from your existing CRM, it’s also easy to edit these contacts straight from the web.

2. Pre-Record Messages

Save yourself a lot of time in the future by front-loading your service with voice messages you may have to use frequently. If you send reminder calls every Thursday about meetings or sales on a Friday, record this in advance and reuse the recording. If your area is prone to tornadoes, record the emergency procedures once and have them on hand in case of emergency.

3. Familiarize All Parties with the Platform or Service

Most likely, more than one person will need access to whichever program you choose to send voice broadcasts. Before you make voice broadcasting a consistent part of your strategy, make sure that everyone who will need to use it knows how. Additionally, make sure customers or other audience members are prepared to receive voice calls from you. Generally, these audience members need to opt in to receive this kind of message.

Why Is Voice Broadcasting Important?

It may seem that tools such as mass text messaging and email blasts make voice broadcasting obsolete. But in reality, a combination of these tools is best if we want to reach a broad audience. Voice broadcasting will always have a part to play.

Phone calls continue to be the only way to consistently relay a personal, human voice to our audience. Generally, this makes it the best way to express emotion.

What’s more, research points to many different learning styles. These learning styles mean that different people learn and retain information best when it’s presented in different styles. Some people are more prone to remember something they saw written; others are more likely to remember something they hear.

These learning styles mean that different communication methods have different parts to play in conveying information to other parties, whether they’re employees or customers.

Voice broadcasting services play an important part in mass communication – sign up for a free DialMyCalls account today to try it out!

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Voice Broadcasting FAQ

How Can I Make Mass Phone Calls?

Create an account with DialMyCalls, add in your list of contacts, create a recording, and then set up a voice broadcast to go out to all of your contacts at once.

What Is Voice Broadcasting?

Voice broadcasting takes the hassle out of sending mass phone calls. Simply create a recording, add your list of contacts and then send all of those contacts a phone call instantly.

How Can I Make Bulk Voice Calls?

Bulk voice calls can be made using DialMyCalls’ web-based voice broadcasting service - our system sends out approximately 3,000 calls per minute to all of your contacts.

How Do Schools Send out Mass Phone Calls?

Schools use DialMyCalls to send out mass phone calls for various reasons which include: school closure alerts, parent notifications, snow day calls, emergency notifications, report card reminders, active shooter alerts, and much more.

How Does Mass Automated Calling Work?

Unlike manual phone trees, mass automated calling can be done in three simple steps once an account with DialMyCalls has been created: Add Your Contact(s), Create a Recording, Send out Your Automated Call to All of Your Contacts at Once.

How to Make Mass Phone Calls for a Business?

Businesses can utilize DialMyCalls to make mass phone calls for a variety of reasons, here are a few examples: Workplace Emergency Alerts, Staffing Notifications, Employee Alerts, Motivational Calls, and much more.

Is Voice Broadcasting Legal?

Voice broadcasting is legal to phone numbers that opted in to receiving automated calls from you. Please check out local laws, federal guidelines, and DialMyCalls’ Terms of Service before sending out automated calls.

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What people say?

Wow! This is great! Rain outs are a fact of life playing baseball in Oregon. With this system I can just send one message to contact the entire team and parents by phone and email-- very cool.

I use Dial My Calls to contact our clients to invite them to come back in for second visits. It makes getting repeat business easier!

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