Turn website visitors into calling customers! You can convert your website traffic into live sales with Halloo‘s Click-to-Call feature. A simple link on your website, e-mail, or online advertising gives your callers the convenience of one-click calling directly into your sales department.
Click-to-Call has two primary advantages for your small business team:
- Increased Flexibility
- Enhanced Reliability
With Click-to-Call, you never reveal your private telephone numbers to your customers. The Halloo system calls your customer first, then connects to you according to your find-me, follow-me rules. Work from home or on your cell phone, and let your callers reach you only when it’s convenient for you.
Using Click-to-Call also reduces your reliance on a fixed call-in telephone number. You will not “go dark” if your long distance or VoIP carrier has an outage.
With Halloo’s Click-to-Call feature, no complicated web programming is needed. Your click-to-call URL can be pasted directly into eBay®, Yahoo!® and craigslist listings, or into your email signatures.
To add a CallMe! button to your Outlook signature or other email programs, follow these instructions. The key is to create a small file using a text editor like Notepad containing the HTML signature.
- Go to the CallMe Button Wizard at Support > Click-to-Call and enter your Account-ID and extension.
- Decide how you want your button to look and then copy the HTML from the box in Step-4 into a plain text file using an editor such as Notepad.
- Add any other personal information you want to the file, and save it with the name “signature.html.”
- In Outlook, go to Tools > Options > Mail Format > Signatures.
- Pressing the Signatures button will show you your current signatures (if any). Press [New...].
- Pick the option “Use this file as a template:”, and then open your saved “signature.html” file.
- Click [Next >] and make any additions needed to the file.
- Click [Finish], and when you return to the Options window, select the new signature in the “Signature for new messages:” and “Signature for replies and forwards:” options.
- Click [OK] to finish!
That should take care of using the CallMe! button in Outlook. If you need more guidance, take a look at these screenshots.