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Where can I sell my SEO/website design leads at, and for how much?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by SEOStrategist, Nov 11, 2015.

  1. SEOStrategist

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    I have a spreadsheet I keep with all the leads I get. Many of them I cannot do anything with for one reason or another (stopped communicating, I couldn't do what they wanted, etc). Instead of letting all these leads just go to waste I have been thinking of selling them.


    These are all SEO and website design leads. They are people who replied to ads I put up on Craigslist. I really don't know how much I should even ask. I've got a steady supply of these leads.

    Any advice would be appreciated.
     
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    To make the best bang for your buck I would suggest you find a reseller service to offer. t0mmy has a great affiliate program for his service.
     
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    PM me. How hot are these leads?
     
  4. SEOStrategist

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    These are all people contacting me, replying to ads for SEO and website design work. So they are as good as leads get. I have a stead supply of them. I get new leads almost every day.
     
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    OP check inbox please.
     
  6. Webba

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    How much are you planning to charge per those leads?
     
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    That was one of the reasons I started this thread. I am not sure what to ask. Seeing how these are highly qualified leads, I would probably want to ask about $20/ea. Is that too much?
     
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    Did you try contacting SEO/Web design agencies and offering them the leads?
     
  9. blackescobar

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    Why don't you "warm" call the leads and further qualify them and pre-book sales appointments on behalf of your clients (once you get some) , a lead could go for $20 but a face to face appointment for your client can easily fetch a couple hundred dollars. Nobody likes doing follow up calls. Solve that problem for your buyer and you can cash in. I don't work with SEO clients so I'm not sure the going rate per appointment but I generate tonnes of leads for B2B Software and SaaS providers and my clients are more than happy to pay upwards of $250 per appointment. Typically they'll close 70% to 80% of appointments I book them, when they're selling a product valued at a few $K or more, it's a huge return for them. Provide high quality appointments and your clients will happily take as many as you can get for the price that you command. Don't go cheap if you're providing huge value for your client.
     
  10. wesleyjf91

    wesleyjf91 Registered Member

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    I know agencies that will pay 10% of all revenue earned from the onboarding of a client. Referrals are a powerful and easy way to make money. If you're passing them to an agency you need to expect that the pricing is going to be higher than passing them to a freelancer.
     
  11. blackhat master

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    I would like to work on a fixed commission basis, every lead that converts - you get 20%. If interested please message me.
     
  12. mrorzio

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    Sell them all something would be my advice.

    if not that then...

    Team up with someone (like me or someone else on this forum) and make a % of each service offer.

    If not that then...

    Sell each lead for a set amount.

    These are the options in the most money most time, least money least time order.