We offer a traditional messages on hold sound, which blends custom scripted announcements over background music. Start with 8 unique topics, each with their own music background. Grow your library of topics over time.Free Demo & Quote
Our TRANSITIONS hold messages feature announcements with no music background. Short musical transitions are played between announcements. This greatly improves the sound quality for callers on mobile phones.Transitions
We offer LOGO RADIO™, which positions your brand between popular songs for a "custom radio station" sound. Station IDs, daypart greetings and tag lines are featured. A great solution for longer hold times. You may also choose HIT MUSIC with any custom announcements between songs.Hit Music
A phone system at your place of business may be able to use an audio connection from a device that plays a live stream of audio or locally-stored .mp3 files. Our 2-Channel Business Audio System device is also capable of providing a digital connection to CISCO CUCM and Genesys Pure Engage platforms.On Premise Device
Most VoIP (off-premise or hosted) phone services (platforms) and some on-premise platforms allow the use of .mp3 audio files. Use Easy On Hold® scripting, voice, music and recording services to create the right audio file required by your platform. Follow the link below to learn about the new way to manage audio files for messages on hold.VoIP Phone Music
Easy On Hold® developed live streaming audio for telephone systems back in 2013. We provide a custom URL stream for many phone platforms, including Avaya, FreePBX, FreeSWITCH, Asterisk, Bicom Systems, Fortinet, iPitomy and others. We offer a free "test stream" as a proof of concept for the telephony solution you're using.Why Streaming
No matter what system or platform, Easy On Hold® has 20+ years of experience getting your callers connected to messages on hold that improve your image and generate more business.
You can be as involved in the content creation process as you care to be. We offer scripting service by writers who know how to "write for the ear". Our music library is the largest in the world, properly licensed for your use.
We understand tight deadlines. 3 days on scripts and audio.
Get automated texts and emails to let you know your new scripts and audio are ready. You'll also be notified when your current content is nearing its end-date.
We'll ask you about your phone system. You may be able to use live messages on hold streaming, which opens up a world of time-saving conveniences and a much better experience for your callers.
We provide the technology and the technical support team you need. We have extensive experience with phone systems of every size and type, including call center platforms by Avaya, Genesis and Cisco.
Your Creative Content Manager login allows you to quickly formulate and request new hold messages. Choose music, request collaboration from our professional scriptwriters, set start and stop dates and much more. We really do make it easy.
When you need some inspiration for fresh new messages on hold, just access script templates built into your Creative Content Manager. With a little customization, you'll sound great while saving time.
How much can people remember in 20 or 30 seconds? Aim for 50 words per message (topic). Good script writers write for "the ear" not the eye. The key is to use no more than one idea per topic or paragraph.
Today's callers crave variety. Gone are the days of one long, boring piece of music interrupted by voiced announcements. The new best practice is to build a library of short, self-contained single-topic recordings, each with its own unique music background.
When callers can detect a pattern, they simply start counting the number of minutes that have gone by. Vary the length of each topic to create the unpredictability that makes hold time seem shorter than it actually is.
Use the Easy On Hold® streaming messages on hold system to play topics in a random order. This adds to the uniqueness of the message on hold experience (unpredictability prevents premature hang-ups).
Greet visitors with, "good morning" and "good afternoon". Use simple greetings that reference the day of the week. It's a pleasant, unexpected experience that always makes callers extra-happy.
Studies confirm: "thank you for calling" greetings increase hang-ups. Project your brand as vibrant and up-to-date. Avoid generic or "general use" messages. Always use relevant, time-sensitive messages.
All topics are not of equal importance. Topics that are the most valuable, topics that are "right-now" important should play for often so every caller is sure to take notice.
How to stay organized? Scripts and recordings should be easily available online. Text and/or email reminders should alter you when time-sensitive topics are nearing end-dates.