New York, NY, January 10, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- @wiljr, a leading marketing and technology consultancy firm, has announced the release of the second story in a series aimed at helping small businesses understand, implement, and manage their internal and external relationships.
Too many interruptions from disinterested parties creates a widening gap from staying in close contact with clients and partners. The inability to keep pace with critical discussions is increasing, and current solutions only decrease the amount of time available for these relationship-building opportunities.
"Focusing on Community Outreach can be challenging, especially as the number of communication channels increases," says William Anderson, Founding Partner at @wiljr. "The higher the demand for your offering, the less time is spent with your community due to the increasing number of requests for your time. This second story provides a solution that enables clients to take back control of their communications."
The second story, Stay in Contact, describes a situation that is becoming more and more common: As the site / product / service / campaign / solution increases in demand, the number of inbound phone calls increases, which increases the number of missed calls, which means more time spent wading through voicemails and less time focused on meeting demand from the community.
The monthly series will continue to focus on operational opportunities for small businesses.
For more information, see the @wiljr website: andersonjr.com.
With nearly 20 years of technology and business development experience, William Anderson created the @wiljr site to help small businesses overcome challenges using cost-conscious, innovative solutions from today's leading technology companies. William has spent his entire career enabling technology solutions for small organizations and teams in a variety of industries including investment banking, optical component hardware, software, consulting, and wineries.
You can contact William at firstname.lastname@example.org.