Free For All Sites: How They Can Actually Help Your Business - If you want...
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If you want fresh leads, 1 to 2 days old max, you can pay for them, but they're going to cost you. Some places charge a dollar or more per lead, which can obviously add up very quickly. You'd better have an amazing sales pitch and be prepared to follow up with these leads if you expect to make your money back, and hopefully a profit.
What if you don't have the money to purchase quality leads, and don't want the hassle of trying to sell to people whose names, numbers and email addresses have been given away for free all over the place? At best they'll hang up on you, or delete your email. At worst they'll be rude to you on the phone or report your email as spam. There is an easier way to build you list, that won't cost you a thing. In fact it has the potential to make you money. Free for all sites. Now before you say these sites are useless, and that no one ever sees your ads, let me explain. Of course these sites are worthless if you're posting to them, but what about the people hosting them? Not only do you get the names and emails of people looking to make money on the internet, but you can advertise to them as well. When they post their ad on your FFA site, they're required to confirm their post via email. You can put your ad in the signature line of every email you send to people, and then follow up with them in a day or two. Plus a lot of these FFA sites pay you when someone gets their own site under you. Depending on your marketing, this alone could bring you in a nice monthly income, on the side of your primary business.
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