Podcasting and Call Centers

There's a new Pinoy podcast that gives Call Center companies free advertising.

Podcasting from Taguig, Pinoy podcaster "Ollie" brings you Ollie Style Radio Show, which features topics on relationships as well as career and interview tips (with a focus on those interested in call centers).

The podcast is a mix of English and Tagalog, which a lot of Filipinos will find appealing. If the Wasapers Kwentong Barbero podcast is any indication, a lot of podcast listeners are in call centers.

Here's one revealing tidbit from the Ollie Style Radio Show podcast (strong language): people working in call centers do NOT need to have a twang or accent. You just need to have a good command of the English language.

There's a shortage of call center employees in spite of the high demand for the high paying job, because a lot of applicants are unable to meet the hiring standards.

For a hard-hitting and honest straight from the horse's mouth commentary, check out guest Augy's portion of How to Easily Get A Job in a Call Center, Survive and Be Promoted [Job Interview ] Part 1 and get the full flavorful impact of Tagalog (yes, complete with curses and all).

Remember, if you want to advertise your call center for free, check out the Ollie Style podcast for details.

[ First posted on 07/05/2006 by Manuel Viloria ]

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