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How to GET on call lists

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by bfellow, Jan 24, 2008.

  1. bfellow

    bfellow Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    So I was wondering with all the thousands and thousands of call lists, how does someone intentionally get on those lists? Say I want to be FLOODED with phone calls from telemarketers, how would I do that?
     
  2. caretaker2007

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    Fill out a lot of applications for crap, credit cards, dish TV, and the such. Make sure your number is not listed at donotcall.gov and you should strt getting them. I doubt you'll be flooded. Also, list yourself as a business in some places to add to the incoming calls. Advertising telemarketers love to call, also marketers trying to sell you credit card merchant accounts.

    Good luck.
     
  3. Steb

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    fill in a load of insurance quote requests online (and off if possible), and leave the "use my data for other purposes" (or similar) check box clicked...
     
  4. bfellow

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    Yea, these where the places I was going to start. I was hoping for that truly unique idea. I've been doing pretty well with Brring. If we could find a way to automate the process of getting on call lists, then its just a matter of scaling.