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No. DOPE voicemail drops are not exempt from FCC rules. Dope Marketing takes the approach that DOPE voicemail drop Drops – what we call DOPE voicemail drops – must be used responsibly and in accordance with all federal state and local regulations at ALL times. Although, voicemail technology is not regulated the same way as a robocall, there are ALWAYS rules that must be followed when using RVM.
As long as you comply with the normal marketing laws and do not call anyone on the do not call list, we assume so. We are not lawyers and assume no liability for your marketing in any way. As far as we know, no laws have been passed that refer to DOPE voicemail drops specifically.
Yes! DOPE Marketing specializes in integrating multiple marketing campaigns into one, for maximum ROI on each. Contact your DOPE Marketing coach to decide which of our other marketing services will compliment your DOPE voicemail drop campaign. Popular choices include tracking phone numbers, postcard campaigns, and marketing data list purchases.
DOPE Marketing does not currently offer MMS or text message marketing, however, you may pair a DOPE voicemail drop or a postcard campaign with an MMS or text message campaign that you run on your own on another platform. DOPE Marketing does plan to offer MMS and text message marketing in the near future, so please contact your DOPE Marketing coach to express your interest.
A DOPE voicemail drop does not include making a traditional call. It is uploaded from our server to the server of the cell phone provider of the phone number. It is delivered like a push notiffication, and appears as a voicemail. The user doesn’t see a missed call, they only see an unopened voicemail.
We recommend that your DOPE voicemail drop be kept to under a minute. A high energy, friendly and neighborly DOPE voicemail drop recording is always best, especially if you have a lot of information to get through in your recording. Remember, if you bore them they will delete your hard work from their voicemail box.
If you purchased a call tracking number, open your DOPE 360 dashboard while you respond to the replies and phone calls that come in from your campaign. As the calls ring in, the callers will be compared to DOPE Marketing’s national database of phone numbers and we will pull the associated data for those numbers into your platform so that you have the information that you need to close the deal. If you did NOT use a DOPE Marketing call tracking phone numbner, just make sure that you are ready for the DOPE voicemail drop return calls as they come in, and track every new lead. You will have a lot of follow up to do. Pro tip: Send out a postcard campaign that coincides with your DOPE voicemail drop campaign through your DOPE Marketing coach or through DOPE 360 and increase the ROI of both campaigns.
You choose the “from” number. The number you like will appear on the recipient’s caller ID. If you would prefer your cell phone number, we can use that, or an office line, or any number you like. Make sure you pick a phone number that is going to get answered by a competent salesperson to close the deal and that your sales people are on stand-by to answer all calls that come in for a ew hours (or more) after the DOPE voicemail drop is sent.
Always scrub your list of phone numbers against the NDNC list. You should never be contacting someone on the National Do Not Call List in your new lead generation campaigns. Other than that, follow all applicable laws. We are not lawers and offer no legal advice. We are not liable for your marketing outreach regardless of whether or not its delivery was performed or facilitated by us.
Your DOPE Marketing coach will work with you on a script and there are also several example voicemails to listen to within our DOPE voicemail drop library. Your voicemail should be under a minute, high energy, neighborly and local in its tone. It should also have a clear offer and a simple next step for the prospect to take action on.