Be direct if you want to get contacts to call back

11/4/2011 | CBS MoneyWatch

To increase the chance of having someone return your phone call, leave a voice mail that explains exactly what you need, writes Tom Searcy. "Calls that say 'Call me when you get a chance' are relegated to someone's 'B' or 'C' priority list," he writes. Also, explain when you need to hear from them by and what will happen if they don't get back to you.

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