(2015) Dial800 Named to Inc. 5000 for Fifth Consecutive Year

LOS ANGELES — Dial800, the leader in improving campaign performance for direct marketers, has been named to the Inc. 5000 for the fifth consecutive year. The company provides advertisers with memorable toll free numbers proven to increase inbound response by 25 percent or more. Dial800 routes those inbound calls and provides comprehensive call tracking and data intelligence that help marketers understand their overall campaign performance.

"Savvy direct marketers know that a memorable toll free number can boost inbound leads substantially," remarked Dial800 CEO James Diorio. "When you manage those prospects using real time data mining, as well as the ability to precisely route those calls, the results can be an exponential lift in ROI. Direct marketers continue to understand and embrace these facts. Our inclusion in the Inc. 5000 for the fifth consecutive year is a reflection of their remarkable success using our campaign optimization tools."

Diorio continued, "Often times the difference between a successful campaign rollout and one that never gets off the ground can be incremental changes that have a cumulative and dramatic impact on improving campaign results. We've seen a steady increase in the number of market leaders in categories as diverse as beauty and skincare, financial services, tort law, and franchises that are incorporating our ever-evolving tools with growing enthusiasm. Their faith in our ability to consistently deliver double-digit improvements to the bottom line is why we have been able to achieve this milestone. We are incredibly honored and grateful to our client-partners for their trust." The Inc. 5000 recognizes the fastest growing privately held firms in the U.S. out of an estimated 7 million.

About Dial800: Dial800 grows marketing campaigns by providing all-inclusive solutions to generate more calls, then track, route and analyze them. With dedicated People to help you every step of the way. To learn more, go to Dial800.com.


Michael Mezzanotte


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