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Types of Leads
Lead brokers purchase and sell several types of leads, including mailing, email and phone list leads. Hence, you can usually sell these organizations one or more types of consumer leads. The types of leads you sell is highly contingent upon the way you run your business. For example, you would be more likely to sell mailing list leads if you run a catalog mail order establishment. Consumer phone leads may be more predominant in your organization if you sell products directly to people. And email leads may be your specialty if you run any type of online business. Lead brokers are usually interested in purchasing leads of consumers who have actually bought your product or service. That way they can sell them to other companies who sell similar products and services.
Compiling the List
Enter your consumer leads into a software database. Include information such as the consumers’ names and addresses if you are selling mailing list leads, or their names and phone numbers for phone leads. Specify the age of your consumer leads, such as “30 days or less,” “31 to 60 days” or “61 to 90 days.” Lead companies usually sell new leads at higher prices. The rationale is that the newer leads represent a “hotter” buying audience. These people are more likely to still be in the market for similar products, versus those who haven’t made a purchase in three to six months. Group your consumer names by their age so they are readily available in that format. You can also group your leads by certain demographic variables or purchase price, according to direct mail experts at CRM Trends. Supply your leads either by email or disk. Use the ASCII text format, which is usually designated by a “.txt” in your software program, according to the Social Science Computing Cooperative at the University of Wisconsin.
Finding Lead Brokers
There are several ways to find lead brokers for your consumer leads. Look on major search engines such as Google, Yahoo and Alta Vista. Advertise your consumer leads in major trade publications related to the products you sell. For example, place a classified ad in “Retailing Today,” as lead brokers may read and advertise in this publication. Contact the Direct Marketing Association at The-DMA.org, a large supplier of consumer leads. Go to USData.com, which sells and purchases consumer leads.
Negotiating the Deal
Negotiate a selling price with the lead brokers in the field in which you do business. For example, mailing list lead brokers usually sell 1,000 mailing list names for $85 to $95, according to “Businessweek Online.” They will likely offer your significantly less per 1,000 names to turn a significant profit. The same holds true for phone and email lists. Call several of the lead brokers. Ask them how much they typically offer for consumer names. Go with the highest bidders. Set up a regular schedule with your lead brokers for the distribution and payments of your leads.