How much for a good appointment setter?

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I'm expanding my offerings to a new market that we're going to be focusing on and we'll sending company packages with follow up calls.

I don't have much time these days to do the follow up calls to new markets so I'm going to need an appointment setter to do it.

It would be around 1 to 2 hours MAX. per week of calling and I'm wondering how much that would cost?

Of that I'm looking to get around 2 to 3 appointments booked per month in this new market.

If anyone can give me some good information on:

A) Where I can find a good appointment setter like this (would prefer local but doesnt have to be)

and

B) How much it would cost for 1 to 2 hours per week to call and set a few appointments per month
#appointment #good #setter
  • Profile picture of the author hometutor
    I was just getting opinions on this idea, perhaps it will help you

    http://www.warriorforum.com/offline-...you-think.html

    Rick
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    • Profile picture of the author thomharvey87
      Thanks Rick, you bring up some great points in there. I'm not shooting for anywhere near 3 leads per hour.

      As I mentioned 3 good qualified leads per month is my goal and that's based on around 8 hours of calling in the month total.

      I think I would be paying much more than $15 per lead as well. I'm thinking closer to $100 to set a good appointment and consultation.


      If anyone else has experience with this I would love to hear about it as well as any feedback you can provide.
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      • Profile picture of the author thomharvey87
        I should ask if anyone knows where to find one as well? I wouldn't even know where to start or how to negotiate on fees... (price per lead or per hour etc.)
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  • Profile picture of the author jamesfreddyc
    I went down this road a while ago. It wasn't until I just made time (that 1-2 hrs per week) to make the calls myself did I understand why its just not reasonable to waste all this time trying to find the RIGHT person to donthe job.

    Probably not the best option for you but that was my experience.
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    • Profile picture of the author thomharvey87
      Originally Posted by jamesfreddyc View Post

      I went down this road a while ago. It wasn't until I just made time (that 1-2 hrs per week) to make the calls myself did I understand why its just not reasonable to waste all this time trying to find the RIGHT person to donthe job.

      Probably not the best option for you but that was my experience.
      Thanks for that, I'm thinking what you said might actually be the best option. I think I can squeeze an extra 30 minutes out of each day to get it done.. just get up a little earlier.
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