We are looking for an awesome appointment setter for our online advertising business.
Basically, a prospect will apply for a complimentary strategy call with us, and you will receive an email notification containing their name, email address and phone number.
These notifications could come at any time of the day or night.
It would be ideal if you can call them to set up a time for them to talk with me, within 30 minutes of receiving the notification.
But within 24 hours is essential.
If they don’t answer their phone the first time, we will need you to call them several times more until you reach them, and after 3 attempts, send them a text message to their cell phone and an email.
The ideal person for this role will have a ‘bubbly’ style of communication, able to quickly build rapport and create a friendly, professional impression for our company.
The need for a flexible schedule means that you will most likely be a person who works from home.
To be clear, we don’t expect that you will be getting lots of calls every day. They will be quite sporadic, and not any more than once or twice per day at the most.
We will pay you for each appointment you successfully set up.
You will need to check my online calendar to see my availability before calling the prospect, so you can set up a time.
I use Gmail and it is possible to share my Google calendar with you if you have a Gmail account (or you can make one).
Once you’ve spoken to the prospect and set up a time to talk with them, you’ll need to enter the appointment into my calendar.
Information you should collect from the prospects include:
1. Their FULL name
2. Their company name
3. Their position in the company (job title)
4. Their city, state and timezone
5. What is the best phone number for me to call them on
If they ask how long the strategy session will take, please tell them most likely around 30 minutes.
As all prospects will be native English speakers, you should have fluent level speaking, reading, writing and listening skills.
Please reply with the word ‘banana’ at the start of your message.