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lead generation business?

Discussion in 'Offline Marketing' started by levyorit, Oct 17, 2011.

  1. levyorit

    levyorit Registered Member

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    i am intersting about lead genaration business
    need more info how to get businesses who might intersting on leads
    and all about that prices payment etc.
    any good wso about?
     
  2. Checkmate

    Checkmate Elite Member

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    Price depends on what the lead is worth to the person you're selling it to. So selling a lead to a dentist is obviously going to be more then selling a lead to shoe repair business.

    You have to know how much that business profits off a new customer and it'll give you a good idea of what to charge.
     
  3. Vkernes12

    Vkernes12 Newbie

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    I'm also interested about the lead generation business so it would be nice to see what others have to say about it. But all I can say for yo OP is what is stated above. Depending on your demographics you can definitely charge one type of business more then another in different industries or niches. I think a good way to market to offline clients would be to give them a trial run like offering two weeks or a month for free and then sign them up for a fixed priced year contract.

    As far as wso, this isn't the warrior forum so you won't find any warrior special offers here :p
     
  4. aStroke

    aStroke Regular Member

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    I don't know exactly what a dentist would pay for a high quality lead, but come to think about it, dentists using Adwords already pay almost $10 (if Google keyword tool is right) per low quality lead. If you provide a lead with full information like name, number, email, what type of dentist services needed, etc., I would expect it to be worth much much more for a high quality lead right? The easiest way would be to ask a business within your niche.
     
  5. kenwithblue

    kenwithblue Junior Member

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    If I got it right, several threads in BHW give hints on how to set a web to show slightly different versions of content, targetted on geo-IP.

    So, if you run a site about dental health, could you monetize it by publishing an standard offer (say, one cleaning session for free), then sending leads from L.A. to a californian dentist; NY leads to a newyorker; etc.?