Lusha is available for an additional cost as a Salesforce native app, which seamlessly adds contact information directly into your Salesforce account. Lusha will also auto-enrich your lead, contact, and company profiles to include phone, email, and other contact information, even with just a name. Salesforce users should contact Lusha directly for pricing information. Lusha also offers integrations through Zapier to connect to apps such as Gmail, HubSpot, and Mailchimp.
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)
Wow, I didn’t realize you knew Dennis too? I have been working closely with Dennis on a project with the leads he is generating…I’m the “tester” for a new company system he has built. Dennis has been a real great guy knowing, and I look forward to knowing him for the long haul. Small world Ray, very small. I mean even you were the one who helped my sponsor in your last company recruit me, we did a 3 way with you, and that’s when I learned about you. Small world after all!
Leads should come in the form of people that are likely to work with you. When you get leads for free, they may not be targeted. That’s okay though, you can target these people yourself, and it’s free to do if you’re willing to put some time into learning marketing. Don’t just get a logo slapped together and act like you’re an awesome company with all kinds of things you don’t really have in place. However, you can work with leads that you target by learning to make a splash in places like review websites and other places people read more about companies.