Find a location
You should have a place from where you can carry out your campaign phone bank. Starting a phone bank without a proper place will cause you a lot of trouble as it often gets too difficult to manage, if there are multiple people working in your team.
Things you will need at your location
First and foremost, you need to have phone lines. Multiple phone lines can help your team/group work without any hassle. You should also have computers with fast internet connections. Computers will help you make online calling and do data entry.
Get a list of participants
The list of participants typically includes the participant’s phone numbers, email, or contact addresses. This list depends on your own preference and objectives.
For example, if you are planning to carry out a political campaign, you will need a list of registered voters. Just including irrelevant people on the list will only waste your time and money.
For a business campaign, you will need to have consumers’ contact address in order to get your message across.
If you are planning to run a political campaign, you can recruit lots of volunteers without any trouble. Recruit volunteers and train them to make calls, create messages, use email software and take feedback.
If you are running a business campaign, you will probably need to hire workers who can do the job for you, for money.
Decide what you want your team members to tell the audience. The message can be written on paper and every team member should rehearse before making calls.
Hit the phone lines
The automated system set up at your place can send out the message to all the participants in your list. The process of call ( a person) should not take more than 10 minutes. Your representative should be trained to hold the conversation for a few minutes, asking questions and getting feedback.
Tally up the number of calls made
After your campaign has been done, tally up the numbers of phone calls with your set target, making sure all the participants have been reached by your team.