Can anyone Recommend Quality Med Supp Leads?

Aug 2, 2016

  1. kgmom219
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    kgmom219 What's Next?

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    Yes, you can build it F2F. And are you asking about lead costs? That's going to get into where is the 50 mile radius?

    And no, they haven't fallen for anything. They like. It works. They are making money. What's wrong with that?
     
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    lol, starting out buying leads in 10 different states no idea how to sell, how Medicare works, stay at home sell on the phone , unless you are able to self generator your leads telesales is going to be tough
     
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    I buy leads, I had done maybe 2 or 3 in home appointments in my first 2 years. Now in home is never consideration. I have sold in a dozen states, I have narrowed that down to about 7 states I buy leads in. I have been doing this from Home Full time since 2012.It works
     
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    is your system duplicable and do you help agents do it? downline?

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    do you only buy leads? no web site or facebook leads? who do you buy from/
     
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    No I don't want to have a down line at this time. I have a website as of this year but I haven't used it to generate buis as of yet, More of a tool to cement credibility. This is something I will probably work on next year

    As far as leads it has been a moving target and this is the time of the year things change around a bit

    Right Now I am experimenting with RverHi on the forum.
     
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    No, sorry. I don't have time for that. I have posted in the past in other threads about what I do. I'm not selling leads to anyone, so I don't have to justify my cost...no offense. I mail to T65, yes the saturated market that everybody says not to mail to, and I'm having success....and that's good enough for me.
     
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    Selling F2F?
     
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    Yes, F2F has been good. I'll be moving to phone sales. I'm in the very initial stages of that process.
     
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    Typically the closing percentage is about double for those selling F2F.

    For new agents at-least 10% close ratio

    More skilled agents, with a strong follow up system in place (making sure you continue to try and contact each lead) about 15% - 20%.

    There are Pros and Cons to selling F2F vs. over the phone.

    Both are very doable though and I talk to agents everyday who are successful with both methods.

    Most agents I speak with are selling remotely.

    To each their own.
     
  10. Professor Leads
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    LOL, I think you misunderstand me Fortune202. I'm not on here to compete with you...relax. Trust me, if agents that hire me for their leads campaign are not happy with their ROI then I will either tweak it until they are or "I'm Out" quicker than Kramer...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BwH__x6jV6A

    To your success, sincerely.

     
    Last edited: Aug 6, 2016
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