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text 2021-07-26 18:03
Why You Should Hire A Professional Virtual Receptionist

 

The importance of never missing a business call cannot be overstated, especially if you are a small business owner. 20% of your new customers come from the phone, and 80% will never call back if they can't talk to anyone. Imagine the great opportunity that companies lose every day for one simple reason: there is no one to take your calls. It's no wonder the receptionist is the first person you hire.

 

Hiring a receptionist, however, involves a large investment in terms of salary, paid vacations, unscheduled sick leave, and not forgetting that the availability of a receptionist is only for 40 hours a week. Apart from this, you should also consider issues like:

 

  • Are they good with words?

Do they say the right things in the right way?

Can they focus on being cheerful when answering phone calls?

 

It doesn't have to be this way as long as you have a virtual receptionist at your disposal. A Professional virtual receptionist saves you from all these headaches and increases efficiency without putting a hole in your pocket.

 

These are the many advantages of hiring a virtual receptionist:

  • All incoming calls are forwarded to the landline or mobile numbers.
  • If a number is busy, the next programmed number is called.
  • List all the numbers that have called you. Losing a business leader is no longer an option.
  • Availability 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year - Missing a business call is no longer an option.
  • Receive faxes as PDFs directly to your inbox. No fax machine required
  • Possibility of establishing your work schedule. After business hours, customer calls are routed to voicemail.
  • Detailed call logs with date, time of call, caller ID, duration of the call, and forwarded number.
  • No installation cost, no need for hardware, and no software to manage.

The virtual receptionist service is fully hosted and works in the cloud telephony environment. In fact, it is a perfect solution for small businesses operating on a tight budget. With a service like this, businesses can not only save money but can also project an image of a great company and maintain a high level of professionalism to impress callers.

 

If you decide to hire a virtual receptionist, consider partnering with the right virtual receptionist service provider and choose the one with an impeccable track record. Quality service providers will provide you with a free demo because they are confident and always pride themselves on providing quality service.

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review 2019-05-22 06:43
Sexy
Holding Out (Returning Home #4) - Serena Bell

This is book #4, in the Returning Home series.  This book can be read as a standalone novel.  For reader understanding, and to avoid spoilers, I recommend reading this series in order.

 

Griff finds himself attracted to the most off limits woman.  She is the little sister of his friend.  He also does not do commitment.  Best to avoid her for now.  If only she wasn't so attractive......

 

Becca has a thing for Griff.  If he could help her with her predicament, things would be so much better for her.  She just needs someone she trusts for a one and done.  As long as nobody starts to have feelings for the other.....

 

This was a great story.  I loved the banter.  These characters so obviously should be together.  The pace was good, the heat was such a good build, and goes great with the series.  I give this a 4/5 Kitty's Paws UP!

 

 

***This early copy was given in exchange for an honest review only.

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review 2013-03-09 00:00
Unleashing the Receptionist - Juniper Bell This is one naughty trio, but they fit. Dana sure got lucky when she applied for a job there. Well, I guess the guys got lucky, too, that she was up for everything they wanted to do.

This is the third one, so they're already solid as a trio, though Dana still feels a little bit like a third wheel because they won't talk about their past. But a more recent part of their past is coming back to haunt them.

Honestly the plot line with Margo was... I dunno... I guess necessary because it's why we get the new voyeur-accountant-nerdy dude. Still not sure what the girl from the Chinese restaurant is all about, but it provided the boys with a couple of f/f scenes. I almost feel bad for the girl though... they never get any of Simon and Ethan.

Ultimately, we learn the story of how Ethan and Simon met, and why they don't talk about it is crystal clear.

So this wasn't my favorite, but it was a decent story.
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review 2012-11-29 00:00
Unleashing the Receptionist - Juniper Bell Blue Ribbon Rating: 4.5 out of 5
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Dana Arthur couldn’t be happier with her two bosses, Simon Dirk and Ethan Cowell. Both in work and play, her lovers make sure she’s…well, fulfilled. Still, there’s a little part of Dana that’s unsatisfied. Ethan and Simon are close-lipped about their past and until they open up to her, their three-way relationship can’t be equitable.

But Dana’s concerns about her love life will have to be put on hold for a moment. A vengeful former partner is targeting Ethan and Simon’s firm, and with a tax auditor watching their every move, all three members of Cowell & Dirk will have to be on their best behavior. Dana’s not about to stand idly by while the men and business she loves are under attack. Ethan and Simon’s enemy doesn’t know what she’s unleashed when this receptionist goes on the offensive.

UNLEASHING THE RECEPTIONIST zings with red-hot eroticism. Author Juniper Bell mixes tantalizing sex scenes with genuine romantic warmth in the third book in …THE RECEPTIONIST series.

As I have not (yet) read the first two …THE RECEPTIONIST stories, I didn’t have any expectations regarding Dana, Ethan, Simon or their relationship. What I found was a genuinely loving, equal partnership with plenty of kink and a lot of heart. Ms. Bell gave me a great sense of who Dana was right from the start of the book, and the sassy receptionist immediately endeared herself to me. Like Dana, I wanted to know more about Simon and Ethan’s shared past so that the threesome’s already stable relationship would be rock solid. Happily, Ms. Bell peeled back the layers of the dominant Ethan and roguish Simon over the course of UNLEASHING THE RECEPTIONIST, allowing both Dana and the readers to become even more attached to Dana’s two sexy bosses.

UNLEASHING THE RECEPTIONIST was a deliciously naughty read and I greatly enjoyed it. Dana, Simon and Ethan are all characters I quickly grew to care about, which is why it was so easy for me to become invested in their story. I will definitely be reading the first two …THE RECEPTIONIST stories, TRAINING THE RECEPTIONIST and RESTRAINING THE RECEPTIONIST, as well as the short story THANKING THE RECEPTIONIST.


Note 1: UNLEASHING THE RECEPTIONIST features light BDSM and a few scenes of F/F eroticism.

Note 2: My review was written for Romance Junkies and is cross-posted here courtesy of Romance Junkies.
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review 2012-11-10 00:00
The Receptionist: An Education at the New Yorker
The Receptionist: An Education at The New Yorker - Janet Groth I was instantly put off by the pretentious tone of The Receptionist, by Janet Groth. The subtle references to John Updike or Tom Wolfe, the various high brow culture events that were part of every story, and French infused dialog were almost enough to give up. But remembering that my own pretense was the very reason I chose the book in the first place, I kept going. I’m now quite glad I did.Learning virtually nothing about the New Yorker Magazine, I learned a great deal about Ms. Groth and her raison d'être if you will. My desire to hear about John Updike, Tom Wolfe, et al was replaced with a keen interest in the events in Ms. Groth’s life as she discovered Janet Groth. It was a quite pleasant discovery.
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