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TELEMARKETING has anyone here any experience doing outbound calls?

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A customer that is a Realtor mentioned to me that he is having success using a program called https://calltools.com/ for outbound call marketing.

I was thinking about doing something like this for this Spring season, has anyone here used an outbound call system of marketing? I have a list of over 80,000 customers and I was thinking it would be a good time to see what results it may bring.

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