Get Your Voice Assistant to Dial a Vanity Phone Number

Did you know that voice assistants, including Siri, Alexa, and Google Assistant, can dial vanity phone numbers? Just ask!

Ask siri to dial a vanity phone number

Siri can be asked to dial a vanity phone number and the call will be completed. 

Objections to the power of vanity phone numbers to attract attention and be easily recalled are rare. Most people know from their own experience that vanity numbers are more noticeable and more memorable. But some people still push back about the perceived hassle for prospects to dial them. Usually our answer is some polite form of: "Sounds like a tough problem - people remember your phone number and want to reach out to you." The reality is, when you have to use a dial pad, it just as easy to talk yourself through locating the letters as it is to dial the numbers. They are printed inline with each other. An unfamiliar phone number that is a generic mashup of digits is just as "difficult" to dial as a phoneword. Instead of thinking about the slim potential for a miss-dial, instead think about the huge upside: someone who is interested in your services is trying to call you. If a prospect remembers your number, you have already won the battle. Any pause it takes to dial will be negligible. It will take less effort for them to talk through the spelling of the word than it will to hit the internet and find an alternative provider. But, there are situations when you don't have a chance to really pay attention to the dial pad. For example, when you're driving. Imagine you are stuck in traffic and see an eye catching billboard for a local cleaning service and you think to yourself, I wonder how much they cost? With hands-free dialing, you can simply command your phone to call... "Siri, call 1-877-CLEANING" ... and you'll be automatically connected to get a quote. Which do you think serves your purpose of lead generation the best, when it comes to advertising?

  1. A unique URL that is your company-name-dot-com
  2. A unique URL that is a bunch of initials because your company name is long
  3. A generic phone number
  4. A memorable phone number
  5. No contact info - just your brand name and a tagline

Which option is going to get you the most leads? Which one will keep prospects off the web - where they might run into your competitors - and get them directly in touch? We're pretty confident that there is a clear winner: an unforgettable phone number. Imagine this from the perspective of your potential customers:  You've made your ad stand out to them, your message has resonated, and you made it easy for them to dial you on the spot. Whether they understand it explicitly or not, it will create a positive brand impression for them. And if you pick up the phone and make the right impression, it will create a new customer for you! All voice assistants can dial phone numbers including Alexa, Siri, and Google. So, whether in a car or at home, it's easy to connect with businesses. 

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