Auto calls can work. If they’re informative, believable, and don’t go on and on and on, you can get a message delivered effectively with an automated call. The average person will listen for 21 seconds so you need to make sure you front-load the important information.
People get turned off by auto calls that are too long and don’t have a clear message. The biggest complainers are by people who are already supporting your opponent.
Here are some ways auto calls have worked for our clients:
Auto calls help to maintain contact with constituents, supporters, and donors. This can come in handy when trying to reach previously identified supporters to quickly get people to a rally, to donate, or to help canvass.
In our experience, auto calls have drastically increased attendance at events. When planning an event at the last minute, or even with ample notice, auto calls serve as a quick way to target a large amount of people and invite them to attend. From rallies to fundraisers, this works for every kind of event.
LISTEN TO SENATOR MURPHY’S AUTO CALL HERE