That little device in your hand is a telephone. You probably know it best for keeping you informed anytime someone you are connected to makes a move. It rings when someone leaves you a voicemail, dings when someone emails, chirps when someone tweets and plays your favorite tune when someone sends you a text message.
With that in mind, I want to suggest something sort of retro-revolutionary. Let’s bring back the phone. If you’d like to work with me, but have questions or want to make sure I’d be great to work with, call me:
If you want to tell me about your business and see if I can help, call me:
Scouring the web for the right answer is sometimes like consulting the Magic 8 Ball. You can Google me or other businesses, but if you want to know things like, “Will I be able to stand the sound of her voice during a coaching call?” or “Will her working style fit with mine?” nothing but a phone call will do.
If you want to talk more about the goodblog project, call me:
If you want to see if I know what you need to know, and can make smart recommendations? call me:
If you need clarity and confidence to launch a business or a new project and want to work with someone who really cares, call me:
If you want to tell me that I went overboard, listing my phone number so many times, call me. Actually, you can just email me with that feedback.
I wrote this to remind you not only that I am accessible by phone, but you should be too. Let your clients know that you are more than a website. Invite them to hear your voice and learn what is most important to them. If you want to work with people, be accessible and approachable.
If you prefer email, or would like to schedule a call: firstname.lastname@example.org.
P.S. To save you time searching the phone book, here is my number 801-230-2932.
P.P.S. If you are searching the phone book, or worse, advertising in the phone book, call me and I will save you some money.