Brittney Sovik

Brittney Sovik is a UX writer at CallRail.

Protect sensitive customer info with our PCI Redaction feature

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on February 26, 2019
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Over-the-phone payments have become more commonplace, but phone conversations that include sensitive customer billing information can present risks for businesses and their customers. That’s why, when you’re transcribing phone calls, it’s important to provide as much protection as possible for the Personal Credit Information (PCI) contained in these calls. Our new PCI Redaction feature removes…

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AMP up your call tracking with Accelerated Mobile Pages

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on October 1, 2018
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With a cell phone an arm’s length away from most consumers, savvy marketers can’t ignore the importance of mobile web optimization and the mobile path to purchase experience. Mobile browsing now accounts for over half of all internet traffic, and is charted to keep increasing as our reliance on personal tech devices continues to grow.…

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Three ways to use CallRail for user research

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on August 23, 2018
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User research is the process of discovering your customers’ needs, desires, frustrations, and behaviors, and then using that information to improve your product, service, or marketing. It’s the cornerstone of UX and user-centered design, but it can be difficult to gather reliable user research on a regular basis. (Not to mention knowing what to do…

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Why you need a toll-free number in your Local Swap pool

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on May 7, 2018
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Local Swap lets you swap tracking numbers based on a website visitor’s geographic location, so customers never see a number that makes them wonder where you’re located. For example, visitors located in San Francisco will see a San Francisco number and Phoenix visitors will see a Phoenix number, giving your business a stronger regional or…

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Using Local Swap: 4 steps to get you from start to finish

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on April 30, 2018
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If you get a phone call from a number you don’t recognize, do you pick up? Maybe you do, but you probably think twice. Customers are the same on websites. Someone browsing companies online might hesitate to call a phone number that looks unfamiliar to them, assuming the company isn’t local. That’s why we built a…

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