Work From Home Telemarketing For Brighten Communications

Work at home telemarketing jobs at Brighten Communicatinons. US only.Does making up to $18 an hour working from home sound good? Would you like to work regular office hours from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. EST? Are you a natural-born telemarketer with the gift of persuasion? Then Brighten Communications might be the place for you.

Note – It appears that Brighten only hires workers in the US.

What Exactly is Brighten Communications?

Headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona Brighten Communications is a business-to-business telemarketing company with clients in high-tech, finance, and brokerage among other industries.

As an agent, you will be able to work out of the comfort of your home while dialing from the comfort of your home. Brighten Communications has been around since 1999 and was founded by a group of marketing experts, who were determined to offer small to mid-size businesses a full-size marketing approach.

Their marketing approach includes:

  • lead generation.
  • appointment setting.
  • database generation.
  • market research.

What Do Remote Agents Do at Brighten Communications?

Remote agents will be spending most of their time telemarketing and cold calling. You will be calling on behalf of companies that are looking for leads, which will eventually translate into sales. Clients will have ongoing projects and campaigns for you to work.

What Are the Equipment/Computer Requirements to Work for Brighten Communications?

You will need:

  • an updated PC or laptop with high-speed Internet via cable or DSL.
  • anti-virus and anti-malware software installed.
  • a physical phone (no cell phones) with unlimited long distance.
  • a printer.
  • a fax machine or scanner.

Brighten Communications prefers to only hire experienced telemarketers, so make sure that you do have the experience. I’d say go ahead and apply anyway if you have what you believe to be transferable experience.

What Are the Workday and Schedule Like at Brighten Communications?

You will be required to work a minimum of 20 hours and may work up to 32 hours per week. This will also be based on your stats and Brighten’s workload.

The hours fall between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday if you are on the East Coast.

If you are on West Coast time, you will be working Monday through Thursday with the time adjusted from EST. Brighten Communications usually likes to see a strong hour of dialing before a 5 to 10-minute break.

Are You an Independent Contractor or an Employee at Brighten Communications?

You are an independent contractor and responsible for your own taxes. Should you make over $600 a year, you will be sent a 1099 Income Tax Form from Brighten Communications.

What is the Pay Like and When is Pay Day at Brighten Communications?

The pay itself begins at $12 an hour while you are learning what is expected. From there with performance raises and longevity, you may work your way up to $22 an hour.

Pay is once a week and available through either check or direct deposit.

If you're interested, we have a list of more home-based jobs that pay every week.

What is My Overall Impression of Brighten Communications?

If you like telemarketing, it might be a good opportunity. The reviews are mixed. It seems that you either really like it or you really don’t. There are testimonials on their website of happy agents.

There was one positive review and one negative review with the two people I talked with both divided in their opinions.

How Can Someone Interested Apply to Brighten Communications?

Interested individuals may go to the website and click on the Caller Application tab at the top navigation bar. Once you decide to apply to the job, you must check the box agreeing that you do meet the equipment requirements.

Telemarketing Not For You?

If that's the case, check out this house list of over 100 more work at home phone jobs. These are divided up by category, making it easy for you to avoid anything sales related.

Good luck to all who apply.

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9 thoughts on “Work From Home Telemarketing For Brighten Communications”

  1. Yes, I do know for a fact that Brighton Communications is a legitimate work at home company. And I can explain the address on the website. This is on a personal level. The owner of the company, his wife just past away this last year. She had been very sick for the previous 4 years leading up to her passing away. Towards the end, he just couldn’t bear to leave to go to work. So he in turn worked from home for a while. And now, he is still working from home, trying to adjust from losing the love of his life. Now, are all of you happy.

  2. For a while the number listed on their website was disconnected. If you look at the street address on Brighton Communications actual website you see the lovely residential home listed on Zillow right now. Also, the picture on Google has a great shot of a gas station parking lot when you Goggle the number. I applied was offered the position; told I would be contacted by my team leader and given credentials to use to access online training. I just needed to fill out the contract and bank info with my social security number. Never heard from them again. They never answered a single call. Never answered an one email. Now, the first thing I do is check out the company’s website. If the number doesn’t work and I can see the guys pool in his backyard at his so called company’s address supposedly given to prospective customers, it’s a pass.

    • Usually within a few days. Then you are asked to call in and read a script. Then they ask you a couple of questions regarding your past experience telemarketing. I have done telemarketing for ten years.
      I was in Sales ten years before. They are great!! The work is easy if
      you have experience in this type of phone work. Highly recommended

  3. If it wasn’t, we would have mentioned that it could possibly be a scam in the article. All of us here try very hard to weed out those scams. We also try to report the red flags.

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