Jon Pierce

Jon Pierce

Office Support Service



PowerLinks Certificate 05/01/2014
GateOpener Workshop 03/18/2024
Best Client Workshop 02/19/2024
How to Benefit from an Association 08/04/2023
How to Benefit from an Association 04/03/2023
How to Build a Referral Marketing Plan 04/03/2023
How to Build a Referral Marketing Plan 03/03/2023
How to Build a Referral Marketing Plan 06/20/2022
How to Benefit from an Association 02/21/2022
How to Build a Referral Marketing Plan 01/17/2022
Fill the Filing Cabinet Workshop 12/20/2021
InfoMinute Seminar 12/20/2021
Orientation Essentials 12/20/2021
Filling the Filing Cabinet Workshop 03/21/2016
InfoMinute Seminar 01/18/2016
7-Minute Presentation Workshop 04/06/2015
Best Client Workshop 06/09/2014
Orientation Essentials 04/02/2014


Endorsement Letters I've Given

Prestige Communications, Inc.

Prestige Communications, Inc.


288 Highway 314
Suite B1
Fayetteville, GA 30214



Members I've Invited

Pamela Russell

Pamela Russell


Business Services | People

Office Support Service

Jonathon Pierce

Filing Cabinet

Peachtree City Team

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Joined on 03/05/2014


VisitorCoOrdinator 06/06/2023
MembershipCoOrdinator 08/04/2022
MentorCoOrdinator 04/10/2024
Hand Pin 05/08/2024


5-year Pin 10/25/2023
3-year Pin 05/18/2022


INTROMinutes I've Received

One of the very basic processes in being a remote receptionist is to confirm the information gathered on any given call. While this is a very basic and simple expectation of any receptionist, it has some genuine benefits that are not naturally thought about.

Let’s take a business that uses “voicemail” instead of a remote receptionist for example. The business’s overall goal in using “voicemail” is to ensure they do not miss a call that needs to be followed up on. However, a lot of times the caller tends to ramble and not know exactly what they've expressed and therefore ramble on even further. If the caller had feedback from a live receptionist, the message would have been a lot shorter. The extra time it takes to listen to all the rambling voice mails amasses over time. The extra time that it takes the person that follows up on the voice mails, takes away from higher priorities.

When a caller gets an accurate confirmation of their purpose for calling, there is a sense of being heard and understood. Even more important, is that the caller can correct any information that they may have miscommunicated accurately and efficiently.

The results for my clients are that they have a written, concise summary of their caller's needs. This allows my client to not only follow up on exactly what their callers requests are, but, they now have the ability to prioritize the timing for an adequate follow-up without interruption of their time.

Referral Trigger Response