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This beta tool allows you to attach audio to emails (fabulous for B2B sales!)

(ENTREPRENEUR) Attaching a pdf or doc to an email or hyperlinking a word or phrase for context just may not get the point across. What’s better? Audio!

RecordSnail Emails on laptop

Hearing that email ding is almost as triggering as your morning alarm. Emails feel stale and out-of-date, but they are still the preferred professional communication method. Have you ever wanted to leave a message for someone through their email?

RecordSnail is one of the newest tools in beta to let you easily attach recordings to your email. It’s a Chrome extension that lets you stand out from the competition. Record your message and put it in your recipient’s email. RecordSnaill inserts a button that links to the recording in the email. When the recipient opens the email, they can click on the button to listen to your message. There will be a button that the person can click to contact you. RecordSnail has a free trial, so you can try it free in your business.

RecordSnail Emails Benefits

Stop writing emails

RecordSnail bills itself as a way to save time. You record a message instead of typing it out. It lets you build a connection with your client through voice. RecordSnail is being advertised to B2B businesses to allow them to step up their game. Your data and privacy are safe because the company doesn’t have access to your messages. Every 30 days, the audio messages are automatically deleted from their servers. Once the free trial is over, it’s just $12/month for unlimited emails.

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Do you have other options?

Facebook Messenger and WhatsApp already allow audio file sharing, but most B2B businesses don’t use these platforms. You can record audio files on your computer and send them through email on your own, but you may not have the capability to send large files. There are a few other software options to send audio files, such as Vocal and Reverb Record.

AdWeek predicts that audio is the opportunity to build connections and build trust. It might be time to leverage the power of audio through email.

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Dawn Brotherton is a Sr. Staff Writer at The American Genius with an MFA in Creative Writing from the University of Central Oklahoma. She is an experienced business writer with over 10 years of experience in SEO and content creation. Since 2017, she has earned $60K+ in grant writing for a local community center, which assists disadvantaged adults in the area.

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