How can you sell professional leads?

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I have several sites that I'm pretty sure could pump out a large amount of quality leads for lawyers. Currently I'm only monetizing with Adsense, and I've never collected or sold leads before, but I know it's a very profitable business.

Assuming I can collect quality info (detailed contact info, opt-in, case description, etc), how can I go about monetizing these leads? Are there networks or brokers I can pass them on to, or do I have to contact and negotiate directly with lawyers (which seems like alot of work)?

I'd really appreciate any input from people who have experience monetizing this sort of resource.
#leads #professional #sell
  • Profile picture of the author MarathonMan
    Bump, hoping someone with some knowledge sees this!
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    • Profile picture of the author myob
      Lead generation is indeed very profitable. I use this resource all the time for selling my surplus leads:
      Lead Buyer Network
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  • Profile picture of the author dhanediesil
    Originally Posted by MarathonMan View Post

    I have several sites that I'm pretty sure could pump out a large amount of quality leads for lawyers. Currently I'm only monetizing with Adsense, and I've never collected or sold leads before, but I know it's a very profitable business.

    Assuming I can collect quality info (detailed contact info, opt-in, case description, etc), how can I go about monetizing these leads? Are there networks or brokers I can pass them on to, or do I have to contact and negotiate directly with lawyers (which seems like alot of work)?

    I'd really appreciate any input from people who have experience monetizing this sort of resource.
    You'd sell them like you'd sell anything else on this planet we call Earth:

    Step #1. Find a hungry market.. It appears it's lawyers for you in this case.

    Step #2. Approach them and ask if they'd be interested in any new ideas to get more leads, get more customers (or maybe "clients" in their case), and close more deals so they can make more money. Unless they want to go out of business, they'll be interested at this point.

    Step#3. At this point, make them an offer. If they rejected it. Go to their competition and do the same thing. And keep doing that till you sell'em all!!!

    Boom!
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    • Profile picture of the author MarathonMan
      Originally Posted by dhanediesil View Post

      You'd sell them like you'd sell anything else on this planet we call Earth:

      Step #1. Find a hungry market.. It appears it's lawyers for you in this case.

      Step #2. Approach them and ask if they'd be interested in any new ideas to get more leads, get more customers (or maybe "clients" in their case), and close more deals so they can make more money. Unless they want to go out of business, they'll be interested at this point.

      Step#3. At this point, make them an offer. If they rejected it. Go to their competition and do the same thing. And keep doing that till you sell'em all!!!

      Boom!
      This is what I figured I would have to do, but since my site visitors are from all over the United States I assume Id have to build relationships with dozens of lawyers to sell them all - that's why I hoped there would be a clearinghouse I could sell them all to.
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