Prospect Zone - are most leads bogus?

Aug 20, 2008

  1. dgoldenz
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    We just started using Prospect Zone with Norvax since we have a lot of free leads for signing up, and so far we have received 8 leads. Six of them were bogus e-mails/phone numbers/names/addresses, one was a 62 year old guy that was diabetic, fully disabled, and already on Medicare (even though we're paying for the uninsurable filter), and the only other one I've called with a working number went to voicemail that matched her name, but e-mail address was bogus again. Does everyone have these problems with ProspectZone leads? I like them being free, but I'd rather not waste my time if they're this bad.
     
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  2. moonlightandmargaritas
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    My experience with PZ has been very similar.
     
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    somarco That Medicare Expert Guy

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    Makes you wonder how they stay in business . . .
     
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  4. moonlightandmargaritas
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    I even had $1.50 recycled leads pull a higher ROI.

    Amazing that Norvax stuff could be so good, and PZ so bad...
     
  5. BullHeel
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    I am considering signing with Norvax for webhosting and broker tools. Anyone else using their products? Any advice?
     
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    Their Broker office for quoting is pretty nice for the money it is a good value. I am sure you can get a free demo if you ask.
     
  7. ABC
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    I am using Norvax for my quote engine on my website.
    Its working ok because I have had a much higher response of people using it on my website. I generate my own leads from the web. The broker office is a nice.

    I really don't understand how you guys buy individual leads and have any success with them.
     
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    My only advice is that Google will almost never index your Norvax site.

    You should have a site built and add a quote engine. I use Quotit for many reasons including NOT having to sign a one year contract. You can also get customer service to help you. I've been waiting about 18 months for Norvax to call me back.

    Rick
     
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    CHUMPS FROM OXFORD Guru

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    And I repeat..PZ leads suck.
     
  10. TXINSURANCE
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    I like the Norvax auto responder as it INCLUDES the quotes - very nice tool, we do get a lot of inbound phone calls from it.

    It also emails you when someone views your proposal you can literally call them the second they click the proposal.
     
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