Who offers telemarketing?

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I posted this on the wrong thread before, and cannot delete it. Sorry if you read it twice.
Who on this board offers telemarketing services? I am interested. Please PM me.
#offers #telemarketing
  • Profile picture of the author danielkanuck
    I don't know about members on this forum, but you can get a company like Iqor or GC Services to do your telemarketing for you. Don't know how much they cost tho. I used to work for both of them.
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    • Profile picture of the author Morphius
      Originally Posted by danielkanuck View Post

      I don't know about members on this forum, but you can get a company like Iqor or GC Services to do your telemarketing for you. Don't know how much they cost tho. I used to work for both of them.
      Thanks, I will check them out.
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    • Profile picture of the author Deidra Renee
      Originally Posted by danielkanuck View Post

      I don't know about members on this forum, but you can get a company like Iqor or GC Services to do your telemarketing for you. Don't know how much they cost tho. I used to work for both of them.
      I worked for GC Services last year (inbound calls)..didn't know they provided these services..they're probably expensive, but may be worth it. Anyway, you can find a telemarketer on Craigslist, ODesk, guru.com, etc..
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  • Profile picture of the author John Durham
    I think most of the people who started out offering telemarketing here got tired of haggling with people over paying up front... Or web designers who want you to practically sell the whole deal for them, not just set an appointment with an interested prospect... I personally set appointments for some people here, and half of them didnt even get run. We need serious prospects to work with.

    Insurance companies know the deal, but (no offense) most IMr's want to haggle and nickle and dime...and have you jump through hoops... also they want very small orders... They arent ready to MOVE in general like alot of other types of industries who have been using appointment setting services forever and are used to the way it works... Its still grabbing on in IM.

    If you said

    "Im serious, I have money, I have realistic expectations, and Im a mature, solid client who is looking for a long haul provider..." then you would have a load of responses.

    Prospecting is the hardest part... I wouldnt expect a telemarketer to sell themselves to you too hard... you may have to sell them instead on why you are a good client.

    If thats not the case, you are talking to the wrong telemarketer. Take your money and run. If a telemarketer is any good, you will have to sell HIM.

    But yeah, thats prob why responses are low... Appointment setters have a bad taste for being drilled by inexperienced prospects.

    The last thing I personally want to do is call someone who needs me more than I need them and have to listen to them tell me why I should work on a commission split. Thats how most are appointment setters are feeling around here I think. The appointment setters are moving on to better markets than newby offline start up companies.

    Personally, I know the value of their work, I encourage them not to sell themselves to anyone. Their service is valuable and when its all said and done its not worth it to work with clients unless they do it on your terms... On the WF ( no offense) alot of them have experienced the whole "drilling" thing...and its not worth it. There are too many insurance companies begging for appointments.

    I would get on the phone, but it would take one hell of a sales pitch from a prospective client and they would need to be ready to make me an offer worthy of my time. For me, anything less than $100 bucks per hour isnt worth it. Honestly, I wouldnt even feel GREAT about that exactly, unless it came in the form of a $2,000 check for 20 leads in advance. Then it would be worth putting some energy into for a week or so...

    Most arent THAT expensive, but they need to be courted and they are worth it.
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    • Profile picture of the author Morphius
      Originally Posted by John Durham View Post

      I think most of the people who started out offering telemarketing here got tired of haggling with people over paying up front... Or web designers who want you to practically sell the whole deal for them, not just set an appointment with an interested prospect... I personally set appointments for some people here, and half of them didnt even get run. We need serious prospects to work with.

      Insurance companies know the deal, but (no offense) most IMr's want to haggle and nickle and dime...and have you jump through hoops... also they want very small orders... They arent ready to MOVE in general like alot of other types of industries who have been using appointment setting services forever and are used to the way it works... Its still grabbing on in IM.

      If you said

      "Im serious, I have money, I have realistic expectations, and Im a mature, solid client who is looking for a long haul provider..." then you would have a load of responses.

      Prospecting is the hardest part... I wouldnt expect a telemarketer to sell themselves to you too hard... you may have to sell them instead on why you are a good client.

      If thats not the case, you are talking to the wrong telemarketer. Take your money and run. nIf a telemarketer is any good, you will have to sell HIM.

      But yeah, thats prob why responses are low... Appointment setters have a bad taste for being drilled by inexperienced prospects.

      The last thing I personally want to do is call someone who needs me more than I need them and have to listen to them tell me why I should work on a commission split. Thats how most are appointment setters are feeling around here I think. The appointment setters are moving on to better markets than newby offline start up companies.

      Personally, I know the value of their work, I encourage them not to sell themselves to anyone. Their service is valuable and when its all said and done its not worth it to work with clients unless they do it on your terms... On the WF ( no offense) alot of them have experienced the whole "drilling" thing...and its not worth it. There are too many insurance companies begging for appointments.
      Hey John, You sound frustrated, and I totally understand you point of view. I may have my own closers. I still need the leads.
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    • Profile picture of the author Deidra Renee
      Originally Posted by John Durham View Post

      I think most of the people who started out offering telemarketing here got tired of haggling with people over paying up front... Or web designers who want you to practically sell the whole deal for them, not just set an appointment with an interested prospect... I personally set appointments for some people here, and half of them didnt even get run. We need serious prospects to work with.

      Insurance companies know the deal, but (no offense) most IMr's want to haggle and nickle and dime...and have you jump through hoops... also they want very small orders... They arent ready to MOVE in general like alot of other types of industries who have been using appointment setting services forever and are used to the way it works... Its still grabbing on in IM.

      If you said

      "Im serious, I have money, I have realistic expectations, and Im a mature, solid client who is looking for a long haul provider..." then you would have a load of responses.

      Prospecting is the hardest part... I wouldnt expect a telemarketer to sell themselves to you too hard... you may have to sell them instead on why you are a good client.

      If thats not the case, you are talking to the wrong telemarketer. Take your money and run. If a telemarketer is any good, you will have to sell HIM.

      But yeah, thats prob why responses are low... Appointment setters have a bad taste for being drilled by inexperienced prospects.

      The last thing I personally want to do is call someone who needs me more than I need them and have to listen to them tell me why I should work on a commission split. Thats how most are appointment setters are feeling around here I think. The appointment setters are moving on to better markets than newby offline start up companies.

      Personally, I know the value of their work, I encourage them not to sell themselves to anyone. Their service is valuable and when its all said and done its not worth it to work with clients unless they do it on your terms... On the WF ( no offense) alot of them have experienced the whole "drilling" thing...and its not worth it. There are too many insurance companies begging for appointments.

      I would get on the phone, but it would take one hell of a sales pitch from a prospective client and they would need to be ready to make me an offer worthy of my time. For me, anything less than $100 bucks per hour isnt worth it. Honestly, I wouldnt even feel GREAT about that exactly, unless it came in the form of a $2,000 check for 20 leads in advance. Then it would be worth putting some energy into for a week or so...

      Most arent THAT expensive, but they need to be courted and they are worth it.
      Ummm why am I just hearing of your services?? Oh yeah, I can't afford you lol
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  • Profile picture of the author John Durham
    Yeah, appointment setters get frustrated with clients just like off liners lol. Sorry about the sharpness there... Its an important post though I think, so the frustration was a good thing to express...it expresses for more than just me but appointment setting kind.

    Truly Im speaking for them, because I dont like seeing them get beat up. lol Sorry it came out in this post, nothing personal.
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    • Profile picture of the author Morphius
      Originally Posted by John Durham View Post

      Yeah, appointment setters get frustrated with clients just like off liners lol. Sorry about the sharpness there... Its an important post though I think, so the frustration was a good thing to express...it expresses for more than just me but appointment setting kind.

      Truly Im speaking for them, because I dont like seeing them get beat up. lol Sorry it came out in this post, nothing personal.
      No worries. I am going to PM you.
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  • Profile picture of the author karan khanna
    Hello,

    Just thought of checking if you still have requirement of a Telemarketing Company? We are based in Mumbai (India) and we help our Off-shore clients find the right Delivery provider here in India. Our team acts as your eye here ensuring Quality, Productivity and Data Security with not being an extra cost to your pocket.
    you can add me on skype or mail me on karan.y.khanna @ gmail dot com to discuss all the questions you got..
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    • Profile picture of the author aimco
      Im also looking for telemarketing partners .
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  • Profile picture of the author roggernrogger
    There are many companies available in market which are offering telemarketing. I have experience with company name Intelemark over 12 months. It is expert in Telemarketing, Appointment Setting, Sales Lead Generation and many more. It helps me to expand my business and also get more benefit from that.
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    • Profile picture of the author Morphius
      Originally Posted by roggernrogger View Post

      There are many companies available in market which are offering telemarketing. I have experience with company name Intelemark over 12 months. It is expert in Telemarketing, Appointment Setting, Sales Lead Generation and many more. It helps me to expand my business and also get more benefit from that.
      So you recommend a company that you put in your signature. That makes it sounds very legit recommendation.
      You have many posts with the same script on them. This is nothing but spam. You add no value to the board. Please read the terms and condition and stop the spamming.
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  • Profile picture of the author r2r
    Yes that's true that we have to put signature after every post. So marketing and promotion will automatically done. But telemarketing is also more effective for marketing purpose. There are many company who provide telemarketing services.
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  • Profile picture of the author steve24
    Hi maybe i can help you.I know some telemarketing,call center,customer service center and ulkoistettu asiakaspalvelu or outsourced customer services.I know they can help you because their priority is the customer.
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  • Profile picture of the author dhruv32
    Hi All,
    We are an offshore company located in Kolkata India, we are offering telemarketing, B2B lead generation, website development, e mail marketing, data entry services. Please contact us at +919007073245
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    • Profile picture of the author Its Trish
      From time to time I see telemarketer services in
      Warrior Products & Services > Warriors For Hire
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      • Profile picture of the author Its Trish
        I don't know anything about telemarketing, but it would be nice to find a company that is paid based on results. I'm sure they exist.

        : - )
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  • Profile picture of the author baconman
    I know a guy who does telemarketing and offers really good prices as well. Gets me good results. PM if you want his info
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    • Profile picture of the author bigyankee
      Hi there, I have been on the telemarketing side of IM and biz opp for 20 years. What type of telemarketing are you looking for? Upsell? Coaching? Something else? Please let me know how I can help. I have worked with and seen everything from rev share to upfront depending and know what the current partnering trends are.
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  • Profile picture of the author bh8vn
    Bump the topic for who can help you, maybe you done it
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  • Profile picture of the author terip
    Hi, it depends on what kind of telemarketing campaign you want. But if you have the time, you can click on my sig and check out our site. If our services are what you are looking for then feel free to drop us a line or give us an inquiry through e-mail.
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  • Profile picture of the author JayERPsoftware
    ERP Software Leads offers telemarketing. Their services helps software companies get in touch with small, medium, and fortune 500 b2b leads that are in need of ERP solutions.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mwind076
    Old thread...but just in case, there are plenty of cold callers/telemarketers/appointment setters on here, and many more since this thread started.

    Our information can be found in the sig at the bottom.
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    Looking for answers on how to SUCCESSFULLY market your company?
    Cold Calling, Appointment Setting, Training, Consulting - we do it all!
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    • Profile picture of the author massiveray
      Originally Posted by Mwind076 View Post

      Old thread...but just in case, there are plenty of cold callers/telemarketers/appointment setters on here, and many more since this thread started.

      Our information can be found in the sig at the bottom.
      So you're a marketing firm who is willing to gain leads for other marketing firms?

      Oooooooookay
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      • Profile picture of the author Mwind076
        Originally Posted by massiveray View Post

        So you're a marketing firm who is willing to gain leads for other marketing firms?

        Oooooooookay
        You clearly didn't look at what we do by going to our page, so I don't need to address your question, since you're being facetious and your question makes no sense anyways. However, since you asked, I will answer your question the way it is written so I can show your lack of tact.

        There is a large variance of what "marketing firm" entails. Marketing firms generally are a business that affects the distribution and sales of goods and services from producer to consumer; including products or service development, pricing, packaging, advertising, merchandising, and distribution. So, in short, yes, we COULD work with others in our industry that are "marketing firms" by offering them lead generation for their own business. It's not likely though, read on.

        We help small-medium size businesses with their marketing, customer retention, customer management, and gaining a customer base - that is OUR specialty, and we do it via the tools listed on our link. We don't normally work with other people that do exactly what we do...that would make no sense. We have partnered with other marketing firms that need part of our services that they themselves do not offer.

        Next time you want to get information, try to do it without making yourself look uninformed and rude.
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        • Profile picture of the author massiveray
          Just because you took it that way, doesn't mean that's how it was meant, I was actually interested in your services and looking for clarification on whether or not you do the same things as me.

          It looked like you were offering cold calling services to web design and seo businesses which is what most people on here do, in which case I would a distinct lack of trust in any leads you sent me as it would make sense to keep the best ones for yourself. And trust me, if it looks like that to me, it will look like that to others. Maybe take a lesson from this and work on your message.

          Marketing firm, shmarketing firm, I don't care what the technical definition is, I see it as a company who sells marketing (most of us here).

          Rude to you is concise and inquisitive to me.

          You shouldn't be so defensive sir, it's the weekend, smile.

          Originally Posted by Mwind076 View Post

          You clearly didn't look at what we do by going to our page, so I don't need to address your question, since you're being facetious and your question makes no sense anyways. However, since you asked, I will answer your question the way it is written so I can show your lack of tact.

          There is a large variance of what "marketing firm" entails. Marketing firms generally are a business that affects the distribution and sales of goods and services from producer to consumer; including products or service development, pricing, packaging, advertising, merchandising, and distribution. So, in short, yes, we COULD work with others in our industry that are "marketing firms" by offering them lead generation for their own business. It's not likely though, read on.

          We help small-medium size businesses with their marketing, customer retention, customer management, and gaining a customer base - that is OUR specialty, and we do it via the tools listed on our link. We don't normally work with other people that do exactly what we do...that would make no sense. We have partnered with other marketing firms that need part of our services that they themselves do not offer.

          Next time you want to get information, try to do it without making yourself look uninformed and rude.
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          • Profile picture of the author Mwind076
            Originally Posted by massiveray View Post

            Just because you took it that way, doesn't mean that's how it was meant, I was actually interested in your services and looking for clarification on whether or not you do the same things as me.

            It looked like you were offering cold calling services to web design and seo businesses which is what most people on here do, in which case I would a distinct lack of trust in any leads you sent me as it would make sense to keep the best ones for yourself. And trust me, if it looks like that to me, it will look like that to others. Maybe take a lesson from this and work on your message.

            Marketing firm, shmarketing firm, I don't care what the technical definition is, I see it as a company who sells marketing (most of us here).

            Rude to you is concise and inquisitive to me.

            You shouldn't be so defensive sir, it's the weekend, smile.
            You're "Ooooookay" did not come across as inquisitive or concise, sounded like my teenager before she gets her phone taken away. You should work on your message too

            As for what you think we do, I don't know how you got that, I don't mention SEO or WEB in my signature. My "message" is clear if you took the time to go to our page and read what we do. I've never had anyone confused on what it is we do after visiting our page. We don't have anyone calling or emailing that is confused.

            PS. I'm a woman, not a sir.
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  • Profile picture of the author markcr
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    ^^ You need to calm down on this forum. Every time I read a post from you you seem to be a in a fight with someone. Just chill out and remember you are the face of your business.
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  • Profile picture of the author smoothseo
    You should specify which country targeted telemarkting do you want, you should hire local company for the telemarketing rather than online one
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  • Profile picture of the author earlkenn
    There are lots companies which provides telemarketing service. Sales Strategic Sales and Marketing is a famous for telemarketing service, appointment setting and lead generation. They are in this field from 1989. You must try them if you are still looking for telemarketing service.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jason_V
    Originally Posted by Morphius View Post

    I posted this on the wrong thread before, and cannot delete it. Sorry if you read it twice.
    Who on this board offers telemarketing services? I am interested. Please PM me.
    I'm not an affiliate just a buyer, would strongly suggest you check out this WSO:


    http://www.warriorforum.com/warrior-...usiness.html#1

    However, as John has already said, you have to be prepared to at least pay some money up front to the person you're looking to hire. Once you and they get confident with their skills, you will be able to move them to a commission only structure.
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