Manage and Record Calls via CallRail #WebToolsWiki

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CallRail is a tool that gives analytics and is also recording software. It gives you a tracking phone number that forwards to your main phone number. So when your clients call the new number, they get you at your number as if they called your main number.

CallRail gets the stats and data on your caller even while you are conversing. With its call tracking feature, you can measure your phone call conversions from searches, on and offline marketing campaigns including PPC keywords.

Businesses that need to record their calls can also do so with this tool thereby improving their customer service and also to help with their leads.

The agency call tracking feature, meanwhile, enables you to manage multiple companies, locations, and clients from one account. With this feature, you can prove your ROI to your clients without a hitch.

CallRail is easy to set up. With its call flow builder, you can easily create a call tracking number in less than a minute. It also easily integrates with apps such as Google Analytics and Salesforce to help their workflow go smoothly.

CallRail offers a free 14 day trial and the service is very affordable at $30 a month. They have other options as well for businesses that have higher call volume.

I don't always' have bad phone calls but when I do it's always recorded

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