Last but not least, in this final article on how to use your Gruveo handle for your business, let's have a look at how you can benefit from including your handle in advertisements. And yes, any kind of printed or digital ad can present your handle and help grow your business.
Firstly, you can include your Gruveo handle in your printed ads in magazines, in leaflets (even though these are quite rapidly becoming outdated), on billboards, etc. Anywhere you would use your email or phone number, your Gruveo handle or—even better—your Gruveo call link can be used instead.
It’s becoming increasingly important for businesses to be listed on review websites and various other portals. These, usually large, websites are where people go when they're looking for advice for a particular problem, a comparison of two or more competing products or services, or reviews of whatever they're planning to buy.
There are countless websites of this kind, and they cover pretty much every area of life and various types of goods. We're talking about TripAdvisor for hotels, Capterra and G2 Crowd for software, LegalMatch for attorneys, Zocdoc for doctors, etc. You get the idea.
In this article, we'll talk about where and how you can publish your Gruveo handle on your social media. Social media platforms are huge and you know it. Pretty much everybody is using at least one so why not take advantage of this!
The first option is to include your @handle or, even better, your Gruveo call link in the description of your business on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Google+. These are the more traditional social media platforms, but no matter what you use, you can put your handle/call link into the About section.
This article continues where the previous one left off. Another place your Gruveo handle should be presented is on your business card—for all the same reasons laid out in the last article about including your Gruveo handle in your email signature.
We'd like to add one crucial psychological point that many professionals don't think about.
After adding your Gruveo handle on your website, we recommend next including it in your email signature. This might seem like the obvious choice to you, and maybe you already have it there. If you do, thumbs up from us 🙂
But many business professionals still think about their email signature as a place for "traditional" contact information. If this sounds like you, you probably keep your Gruveo handle as a secret "weapon" for cases when call recording or screen sharing is needed. And for all your other "normal" calls, you'll use your phone number.
One of the most useful features Gruveo offers is undoubtedly the Gruveo handle (also known as a direct Gruveo code)—a registered Gruveo call room that's unique to you and works like a phone number, but more awesome. If you don't have your handle yet, go register one now! They're completely free.
If you've registered a Gruveo handle for your business, you've probably done so to make yourself more reachable to your clients, business partners and other parties. But for them to call you on Gruveo, you need to let them know that you have a handle in the first place, right?
There are many creative ways to let the world know about your Gruveo handle so let's take a more detailed look at them. As the title suggests, in this article we'll talk about having your Gruveo handle on your website.
If you are a Gruveo user, you already know this. Here at Gruveo, we like it easy. We also believe that Gruveo can make all your business and personal communications easy while taking them to the next level.
To enjoy all the benefits Gruveo offers, you need to give it a fair chance to prove itself to you. This means you should use Gruveo for your everyday communication with clients, business partners, colleagues...everybody.
Gruveo is already covering all the business and personal conversations of so many business professionals, making their day-to-day business life easier and more efficient, and it can do the same for you.
You might be curious about how to do this. Just how do you start using Gruveo for all your communications and get other people to use it to contact you? To help you out, we have decided to create a series of articles called Gruveo for Business.