Equip your sales team with these voicemail scripts for any occasion. Download 16 sales voicemail scripts and 9 voicemail greeting templates.
- "Hi there. I'm not available right now. Please leave a message and I'll get back to you."
This interaction, or lack thereof, is a sales leader's worst nightmare.
That’s where sales voicemail scripts come in. They're prompts for your BDRs and AEs to use when leaving a message and provide a more uniform, prepared, and professional delivery.
In this download, you'll get 16 script templates for your sales team to follow when leaving voicemails. Whether it's a cold call to an unknown prospect or a follow up to a no-show, this download has a script for you.
Start each voicemail by introducing yourself. For business calls, state your full name and company name and then the reason for your call. Even on personal calls, you should still say your name as it may be hard to recognize your voice if the person is getting your message while in a crowded location.
Every voicemail system has a slightly different method for checking your messages. On a smart phone, there should be a message box that you can press. An advanced phone or video calling software like HubSpot's Call Tracking Software can record, transcribe, and make voicemail responses searchable.
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Hello, you have reached (Name) and I am away from the office until (Date.) If you need help in the meantime, please contact (Name) at (Phone Number.) If your request is not urgent, please leave your name and number and I will return your call after (Date.)
My number is [Your Number]. I'll also follow up with an email tomorrow, and I look forward to hearing what you think.
Have a great day. Goodbye!
For more voicemail ideas, download HubSpot's Free Voicemail Script Templates
Checking your landline home voicemail is slightly different depending on the company that provides your home phone service. From the phone itself, you would usually dial a specific code. If you are checking your home voicemail from a mobile phone or another location, you usually dial your home phone number, then press a key when the voicemail picks up and enter a passcode or PIN number.