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How much money a client is worth to these people?

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  1. King_James

    King_James Regular Member

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    Car sales man, dentists, plastic surgery doctors, another special type of doctors and specialized people like that!
    I'm talking about people that get a good amount of money from each new customer (including the life time value of each one, really important).

    If anyone have a site that have this info in detail or is willing to share it here, please do it! :p
    Info with a list of people like this and the worth of each new customer.
     
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    PrivateCube Junior Member

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    It depends on country and quality of service though.
     
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    there are indeed a lot more variables. But generally speaking is what he means i think.
     
  4. King_James

    King_James Regular Member

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    Yeah that's obvious, but I just need a ballpark, for US and European countries.
     
  5. Asif WILSON Khan

    Asif WILSON Khan Executive VIP Jr. VIP

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    Look for Customer Lifetime Value/Customer profitability and also do a search for Customer Acquisition Cost for the Industries you are interested in. It should send you down the right path.
     
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    Apologies if I am inferring a little too much here, but are you actually trying to find the value of selling leads to these industries?

    I have often wondered this myself. My IM journey hasn't taken me to selling leads yet (hopefully I will get there one day), but if I was trying to work this out I would just start calling companies up, and position myself as a successful online marketer looking to sell leads.

    Again, apologies if this is not what you were asking, and my post comes across as drivel.
     
  7. King_James

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    Exactly, that's why I'm on this forum. :)
    I'm researching which prospects to contact, so they can benefit if I bring them more leads.
     
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    I just did a quick search for you OP but couldn't find any decent material with comparisons by Industries, so I think you will probably have to research each industry separately.
    Doing a search for lifetime value of first party leads by industry did bring up the following which may be useful for you:
    http://dentistmetrics.com/dental-patient-lifetime-value-for-dummies/
     
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    That means that it is not out there... if W130SN could not find it, nobody can.

    I would have thought that client acquisition costs would have been the search term, as mentioned by W130SN initially, as that was the first thing I thought and what I consider when I am looking to build.
     
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  10. netmoney1

    netmoney1 Executive VIP Jr. VIP

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    OP - it is impossible to find what you are seeking. Every single business will be different.

    Examples:

    1) Dentist A does general cleanings at $250 a pop while Dentist B does complete porcelain veneers at $30k a pop. Two dentists yet WAY different.

    2) Car dealer A sells Kia's and the average car sold is $14,0000 while car dealer B sells Bentleys and Lamborghini and their average sale is $200,000.

    3) Both car dealer C and D both sell Kia's and their average sale is $14,000 but car dealer C doesn't offer service or oil changes, while car dealer D does and their average customer spends an additional $5,000 with them over a 3 year period.

    You need to research each place individually. If not you will have wrong data and fail misseribly.
     
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