Facebook used to be an easy source to tap into, but since they have formed a public company with shareholders who need to be kept happy, Facebook have changed their Terms of Service several times recently and have clamped down on a number of things that used to make lead generation relatively easy. They have discouraged siphoning off clients to external web sites and CPA offers, and have raised the cost of advertisements that do this. It remains a viable lead source however.
“Just wanted to let you know that I am very pleased with the quality of the leads I have received. I have set appointments that I have either closed already or have very positive outlooks. The prospects I have talked with have been, for the most part very positive and were in fact looking for a home based business. It’s nice not to get “blown off” when people answer the phone or have them tell me they were not looking for information on Melaleuca. Keep up the good work.”
Working with your various leads should get you somewhere, or else you need to rethink your plans. If you find that engagement is still low after you try yourself to get leads that turn into paying ones, you should just buckle down and study on what you’re doing more. Anyone that wants to be successful has to alter what they are doing so that they can get more from the people they are working with. You really need to get this underway or else it’s going to end in you wasting time with leads that won’t pay off.