Voice Blast Companies?

Anyone uses voice blast? if so, which company have you used and what were their rates? I am interested in trying it out to see if it will generate any calls

My toll free line does voice blasts. Freedomvoice.com. Rates are online. I love voice blasts. They save a lot of time and we used them to voice blast listings.


Although predictive dialers are unmatched at getting the word out to as many people in the shortest period of time, this marketing approach should not be entered into lightly.

There is DNC (do not call) laws that prohibit “unwelcomed” solication, and unless these people have not registered on the DNC registry (and alot of people have), you could face up to a 10K fine and some time in the pokey.

If you are going to take this approach, make sure that your list has been properly scrubbed so it is in compliance with the latest DNC legislation.


Scott Miller

Yes I am aware of that. The companies that do the blasting scrub the list and remove the registered do not call numbers.

See…I only voice blast to people I know and met. I don’t think I’d do it with people who have no idea who I am, but you can let us know how it works for you.

For all those interested in using voice broadcasting, please review http://www.ftc.gov/bcp/conline/pubs/buspubs/tsrcomp.htm before proceeding.


Scott Miller

I use voice connect and my opinion is they are pricey.

Exactly. There’s a right way to do it though. Instead of calling a ton of people to let them know about a property, we use the voice blast tool. It’s people who asked to be on our property notification list, so their permission is on file and they love it.


Permission based marketing is a different animal altogether…and the only right way to do voice broadcasting.

Violaters of the DNC beware, as it will cost you 10K per incident if prosecuted.


Scott Miller

Not sure why you guys keep missing the fact that those on the DNC will not be called. In any case, thanks for the feedback and the warning, it is warranted in case someone is not aware of it.

I continued to make reference to the DNC laws becaus your orginal message did not make any reference to it and I thought it was a valuable “public service annoucement”.

I apologize for the redundancy.


Scott Miller

We use Voice Blasts constantly.

The motivated sellers/buyers/investor contact us back.


Jeremy Blunt