Australia’s Message On Hold Specialists joins Facebook and Twitter

Media Messages Australia joins forces with social media giants Facebook and Twitter.

The messages on hold company has chosen to connect with their customers through these popular social utilities, and invite all customers, voice artists and marketers to follow them.

“In todays world, people of all ages are internet savvy, and we really want to use this opportunity to understand our customer base a little better,” said Media Messages Operations Manager.

Customers can expect to get all the latest news and information as it happens, and they will be the first to find out about Media Messageson-hold promotions.

“We will be constantly updating our pages each day so as to ensure that our customers are provided with all the latest industry information … We will use this platform to introduce our voiceover talent, showcase various on-hold messaging productions and let our customers know about any promotions that we are offering.

“We have a monthly competition, where we give one lucky customer an Office Works gift card – followers will be able to view our winners online,” he said.

For those potentials customers wanting to find out a little more about Media Messages, a comments section on these social utilities will be made available, so customers are able to read testimonials about Media Messages’ professional telephone on-hold service.

According to the Operations Manager, the demand for telephone on-hold messaging has grown significantly in Australia over the past couple of years – partly due to the number of emerging Australian businesses and also due to companies seeing the value in marketing their brands through on-hold messaging.

Media Messages offers businesses throughout Australia with powerful telephone message on hold solutions.

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