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***$9,749 In 24 hours*** LeadGen BluePrint: PART 2

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by blackescobar, Aug 15, 2016.

  1. blackescobar

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    Hello all,

    Sorry for the delay in getting this out. I know there were quite a few of you that were interested in my previous post - http://www.blackhatworld.com/seo/9-749-in-24-hrs-how-i-almost-hit-my-first-5-figure-day-and-lessons-learned-part-1.867083/page-2#post-9167889 . So I'd promised a follow up post and since I've finally found a spare moment to put the details down I'll go right ahead and go into more detail for you guys and show how this can be done. I'll put parts 3 & 4 up this week but for this section I'll briefly outline the plan and go into detail about how to source and find PAYING clients.


    Ok, so I told a little lie in my previous post when I mentioned you wouldn't have to do any cold calling. Well, it's a half-lie. The truth is, if you were to get on the phone today, I guarantee you you'd have 5 or 6 interested clients by the end of the day. It's simply the easiest and quickest way to get clients in this game but, it's not absolutely necessary.

    Don't panic though, if cold calling isn't your thing, here's how you can go about getting new business. right away, better still, if you're happy giving a cut of your earnings to an affiliate network , then there's a couple I can recommend that are ideal for this later.

    Here's what you're going to need:

    - Name your little "Lead Generation" business, grab a logo or image and set up a linkedin page.(Use Fiverr if you have the funds to pay for a logo, but don't spend too much time on this.)

    - Set up a Facebook GROUP (Not a page) With your business name and an indication of the services you provide. I.e. Lead Generation. Bang up a few posts related to your services ("accquire these from another blog or fb group if you have to) It doesn't matter what you put, it's just so your group doesn't look empty.

    NEXT STEPS:

    Ok, so you've given your business a little online presence, it's now time to get some paying clients. This part (if you're not cold-calling) is slow and tedious but it works and delivers predictable revenue when done correctly.

    Firstly you need to grab a prospect list. Either have a freelancer do this for you or you can spend an hour or two doing it yourself. Get on your local business directory, then search and list the following types of business, put them all together in a spreadsheet and file them together as your "prospecting database" :

    Look for -

    Solar Panel Installation
    Heating/ Water System Providers
    Windows, Door & Conservatory Companies.
    Landscaping Businesses
    Cleaning Services. (Office or Commercial is preferable)
    Commercial / Office Removal Services.
    Industrial Recycling.
    Auto Valeting (Commercial)
    Household Insulation (Not sure what this is called in the US for those of you based there)


    Life / Health Insurance Providers
    Commercial Financing / Loans
    Pre-Paid Funeral Plans
    Wills and Estate Planning
    Mass Tort / Legal Services

    Once you have this list, bang these guys all together. It can take a while so I highly recommend just paying someone online a few dollars to do this as it drives me crazy copying and pasting details to a spreadsheet for hours on end. Better yet, find a simple script to do this for you!

    Try and get around 500 -1000 contacts in one go as that will do you a while and get you more than enough interested clients. I'd say, out of a carefully targeted list that size,, you could confidently hit on 50-60 interested prospects, not all of which will be suitable but once you qualify them for your own needs then you'll never be short of paying clients.Remember, you only need 1 good client to get earning good money. 3+ clients and you'll be onto generating serious cash , all going well. I'll go more into qualifying your own prospects soon.

    Next up, it's time to go out and get them. To do this you'll use a two pronged attack (3 if you wish to add cold calling to your arsenal.)

    First, go back to your linkedin page you made earlier. Start searching for each of the businesses in your list through Linkedin search and make a note of any employees that are on linkedin. Take a note of their names and bang them in your spreadsheet.

    Next, send each and everyone of these muh'fuckers a contact request. About 1 in 3 on average will be open to connecting. Repeat this process for all the businesses you have listed in your database.

    This will typically take quite some time so you will certainly want to outsource this process once you have some spare cash but once it's done, it's done.

    Now you need to reach out to these individuals. The trick here is to keep things on a very open, relaxed but professional level. Do not go and spam these guys, also don't thank them for accepting your Linkedin request, every. single. spammer does this and there opening line is ALWAYS "Thanks for accepting my request" blah blah, it's bullshit, don't EVER do this.

    I won't give a template here because it simply isn't going to work if everyone starts bleeting the exact same message but to give you an idea, say something along these lines -

    "Hi John, are you free for a quick call? We've got an oversupply of [PRODUCT/SERVICE] leads and I wanted to know if you could benefit from taking a few of these and running with them, see if you can't get a decent ROI "

    That's it. No need to go into further detail.

    Next, they're either going to ignore you (80% of the time) or get back in touch, now they'll either want to arrange a call, which is fine, or they'll get back to you asking for prices. Here's where you need to get your thinking cap on. One thing to note, as a new potential supplier, they will frequently try to lowball you. Don't EVER budge on price if you believe you are priced competitively. You never want to be seen as the cheap option, once you are, your customer base will diminish pretty quickly. Cheap leads in this industry ALWAYS means BAD leads , no exception. The only people that buy, below market-price cheap leads are other brokers looking to rip off some other poor sucker. Arbitrage is ripe in lead gen as you probably know and for that reason, the quality of leads that most businesses are used to getting is terrible, you'll be a breath of fresh air to them once they realise they've got high quality, converting, exclusive leads from you at a premium but fair price.

    In addition to all your linkedin prospects, you should go right ahead and export all your linkedin contacts to a spreadsheet. Doing this will give you all their email addresses. This is absolute gold dust as you've got a ready made mailing list of all your target companies AND you've already hit them up with a little intro message on Linkedin. Get this exported ( I won't explain how here just google it) and get to work.

    Do a mail merge so you reach out to them by their first name. DO NOT just blanket email them. The response rate will be horrendous. In the email, stick to a similar format, do not try to sell anyone in a single email. You won't sell shit, you'll just be burning valuable contacts.

    I'd say, email around 50 contacts each day, add 50 new linkedin contacts per day and follow up any inbound enquiries IMMEDIATELY. Yes, this means picking up the phone and letting them know what you'll be doing for them. If you're afraid of the phone, please try and push yourself out of your comfort zone, it will speed things up and increase your success rate dramatically. You can of course reply by email but this will cause your closing rate to half at best and the time you'll spend chasing up time wasters will seriously undermine your motivation.

    This whole process, if followed correctly can be condensed into a set of daily activities that will take you no more than 1-2 hours per day and zero hours once you've outsourced this basic but powerful stuff to a VA or someone on freelancer or a similar site. Provided you stay away from any spammy activities and are open and honest with your prospects, these few techniques alone are more than enough to provide you with plenty of clients.

    Remember, you only need 2 or 3 clients to begin with. This is enough work for most people and by the time you're done setting up and running their campaigns, you won't have enough time in the week to do much more. At that point, you'll have no option but to grow your staff if you wish to take on more clients, or alternatively, outsource everything. (More on that later)

    Anyway, that's all for part 2 just now. Next, I'll go into detail on how to make sure your clients pay you on time, every time, how to avoid time-wasters and bad clients. Furthermore, I'll get to down to the process lead generation itself and how to ensure your clients are getting a huge return on investment while you get paid top dollar for every lead you send them. It would be also worthwhile to note that I will aim to provide details of how to manage your lead flow once you are generating upwards of 100 leads per week, this is when things can begin to get VERY stressful. Yes, you'll comfortably earning $3k+ per day profit but unless you know how to manage that volume of leads for multiple clients properly, you'll end up making a right old mess. So stick around for part 3 , coming soon...
     
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  2. oblivion19

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    You have added some great info in this post. I would love to read a thread with the actual process of lead generation. What sources to tap in to and how to go about it so that the leads generated are of good quality and cost less to you.
     
  3. techn1k

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    I'm interested in this part aswell.
     
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    I still do not have the slightest idea of how you're generating the lead. This is very broad?
     
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    Interesting post... I currently work for a lead generation company turning over £6m per year. Would love to PM or Skype you and talk about this a bit further.
    Thanks!
     
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    A question. What would be a good time to contact the individuals. I'm asking since I have a job that has me working 8 hours a day so would it be too late after 3:30 or something?
     
  7. nickcruz

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    Interesting stuff here. Very Interested in how you get the leads and manage them all.
     
  8. mangeshvthakur

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    Looks really interesting
     
  9. blackescobar

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    I assume you mean 3:30pm? That would 've fine. I've called people at ten at night before, if they've shown an interest as a potential client ill call them any time, 6am on a Sunday morning if needs be.
     
  10. blackescobar

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    ... Don't worry guys, as I've mentioned I'm going to detail the leads gen part too! When I started this I realised there was a lot more to discuss than I'd initially thought hence why ice broken things down. And I hate typing for long periods of time.
     
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    Nice, waiting for part three :)
     
  12. naskootbg

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    Want to see part 3!
     
  13. tamerbek

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    Can't wait for next part. Thanks!
     
  14. blackescobar

    blackescobar BANNED BANNED

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    Somebody had PM'd me and I thought I'd better put my reply down here as it may be usefull. They'd asked me why I say set up a facebook group as opposed to a page. The reason is, it's slightly harder to have people join your group, but when they do, your updates will appear in ALL of the group member's timelines. As you probably know, pages are now having a hard time getting their updates/posts etc seen by all those who liked the page. As far as I'm aware, this is not the case with FB Groups. Furthermore, I often receive notifications when a private group I'm a member of posts an update. I'm not sure if everyone in the group gets a notification but it certainly helps.
     
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  15. WhereIsMyMoney

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    Thank you for this one!
     
  16. maleek

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    I can attest - picking up the phne will speed things up
     
  17. royserpa

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    Arbitrage/middleman/broker is one of the best ways to profit. You just take care of delivering the service/product and get the money.
     
  18. BassTrackerBoats

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    All the posts don't actually show up on all the members' timelines. FB picks and chooses depending on your other browsing habits and I'm sure some other aspects of their algo.

    FB's reach with groups is not as it used to be but you are right in building groups as opposed to pages as there are other things you can do with them as they populate and some of the posts are going to make it to the timelines as well.
     
  19. tamerbek

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    Hmmm... OP banned?
     
  20. mungus

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    OP had messaged a bunch of users profiles who were interested in part 1 to advise them that the 2nd part had been posted , so he got shutdown for "spamming" user profiles. Seriously that's tight AF. fuck the mods on here. Dude was trying to help.I was looking forward to part 3.