Co Reg Leads, They Work!

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Let’s take a minute and talk about Co-Registered leads.  Do they work? Absolutely!  Do you want to know what is the secret?  Well, I will share that with you. 

See, our Co-registration leads are simply a secondary request made by the consumer that is expressing a genuine interest in a specific targeted service.  We don’t incentivize the leads.  The consumer is knowingly submitting a request to be contacted in addition to their primary request. 

Do you have sales force that needs leads to call? Co Registration leads are what you need!  Still thinking… well let me make it easy for you!  You go into the grocery store for a gallon of milk, right?  On the way down the hall you see some tasting pastries.  What would most people do? Take the pastries along with the milk. Do you understand it better now.  Let’s use credit services for example,  a consumer fills out a request to refinance their home.  Guess what? Without good credit their application will not be approved! At the end of the mortgage application they have the option to also submit a request to be contacted for a credit repair solution! Amazing, isn’t it! Now, the consumer can repair their credit and qualify for a mortgage.

The fact is, that most consumers need assistance for more than once service! CoReg leads are just that! Assisting a client for an additional service.

 

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One thought on “Co Reg Leads, They Work!

  1. They do seem to work at Leadpile! But, it’s not the case when it comes to some other companies which, unfortunately, misused the process of converting a consumer into a lead. When the process is clear and the consumer is not incentivized (buy some pastries, because you are going to get a FREE vacation to Hawaii ;) ), than it works, and as most companies found out after testing (or “tasting”) our leads they realized that were way better than the leads coming from their PPC campaigns. Why? Well, because they were paying less for a lead that was exclusive, and not only that, but the consumer didn’t fill out another application online for the same service.

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