D&B Hoovers offers the ability to buy verified leads and is powered by the Dun & Bradstreet database, the industry’s leading business intelligence service. Users are able to conduct advanced searches based on location and location radius, SIC codes, industry, revenue, and even variables like IPO status, legal entity, and fiscal year. This makes it the best for teams that need robust search filtering to identify territory-based B2B leads.
D&B Hoovers offers the most advanced search features of any of the options we reviewed, allowing users to search by industry code, geographic location radius, and even variables like IPO status and underwriter. While the search interface is not as modern as other options, it provides the most filters to conduct detailed searches, and many of the other services depend on D&B to verify their contact information.
OK, so back to where we were, you have your mlm leads capture page all set up and now you want some traffic. Lets say you choose to buy it from Facebook, because it’s the easiest to use. Google is very difficult and not at all user friendly. How traffic works is you need to bid against everyone else who wants the same traffic as you. The higher the bid the more likely it is you will get the visitors to your site.
Remember, however, that a percentage of something is better than one hundred percent of zero sales – so it is a good idea to network with more experienced marketers. Take advantage of the expertise and training that they offer, and use their resources to build your business. One you are ready, you can always bring in new people, and even share leads with them – building your downline so that they will supply you with a good residual income.
You have to determine the level of ability to do this in your area but one great way how to generate MLM leads is through either bandit signs or sticky notes. Bandit signs are those colorful outdoor signs you see along the highway or busy intersections. There is a training available here – How to market with cheap bandit signs. One thing you will want to do, as taught in the training, is use a qualifying sign as you can get too many calls if you make it too simplistic. This same exact approach taught can be done with little sticky notes that you put up around town to get more MLM leads.
Buying MLM leads can be a great way to get experience and possible signups. However, it isn’t something I always wanted to have to do, I wanted to learn how to generate my OWN MLM leads, IF you want to learn that skill, be sure to ask my business manager about our open mastermind/workshop we are putting on in Florida in January. You can reach him at [email protected]
Hmm looking to buy those Discounted Surveyed Leads (7-30 days old). I need 10 more reps like yesterday to promote to my 3rd code. I typically sponsor 1 for every 8 or 9 people I people I expose from my warm market. How many leads do you think it would take to sponsor 10 new reps? I'm guessing 1000-2000? I'm willing to call all day every day until I promote. (And no I don't plan to duplicate this lol)
More great content, Ray! I have a plan to implement your sticky note / bandit sign idea soon, and will check out the MLM Leads site as well. Question – and you may answer this in your training so excuse me if you do – but what are your thoughts re: setting up special phone numbers for bandit signs/sticky notes? Is there any need to create a buffer between us and the signs via a separate number?
Networking, as it used to be called, is a pretty thankless task. The conventional approach to networking was to start with the network of friends and colleagues that you already have; friends and family, your existing clients, your contacts at the squash club and so on. Most people feel uncomfortable pitching to friends and family, unless you have an unbeatable idea or concept, but if that was the case, then lead generation would not be a problem