Best Place(s) To Buy Targeted B2B Sales Leads

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Hey All,

I'm gradually converting over to my new business model and am looking at different lead generation options. I've been printing them online free for years, but I'm considering getting a service where the leads are high quality, super targeted and updated regularly.

I read John Durham's recommendation for Salesgenie in his report and am leaning that direction, but they are expensive compared to another one I've seen recommended by others. I've also had Bob Ross and someone else recommend InfoUSA and they're about half as much as Salesgenie, but is the quality comparable? I don't mind paying a bit more if they're clearly better leads.

Can anyone who's currently using sales leads, or has used them in the "not too distant past" for offline telemarketing to businesses (B2B), please share their experiences?

Much appreciated!

Joe
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  • Profile picture of the author AmericanMuscleTA
    I've used InfoFree.com and ListShack.com. I thought they both provided quality leads for what I was looking for B2B.

    The lists are compiled lists and you can sort by business, income, area, etc. None of them were perfect. I would call and some of the people were no longer in business, some numbers disconnected, but I had a lot more good numbers than bad ones. So, it's definitely worth it.

    Oh, and if you just search all the businesses in a certain area, you'll get EVERYTHING. And by everything I mean, all businesses, ATM machines, Banks, government, schools, USPS, everything. So I'd go through and delete all the nonsense I didn't need on the spreadsheet.
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    • Profile picture of the author Joe Stewart
      Originally Posted by AmericanMuscleTA View Post

      I've used InfoFree.com and ListShack.com. I thought they both provided quality leads for what I was looking for B2B.

      The lists are compiled lists and you can sort by business, income, area, etc. None of them were perfect. I would call and some of the people were no longer in business, some numbers disconnected, but I had a lot more good numbers than bad ones. So, it's definitely worth it.

      Oh, and if you just search all the businesses in a certain area, you'll get EVERYTHING. And by everything I mean, all businesses, ATM machines, Banks, government, schools, USPS, everything. So I'd go through and delete all the nonsense I didn't need on the spreadsheet.

      Thanks. I appreciate your detailed post. Actually, I just contacted another member and they said pretty much the same thing, so I've got it figured out now.
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