Vimo On Demand

Jan 6, 2008

  1. Chkndinner14
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    Chkndinner14 Super Genius

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    Obviously the answer to quality lies in the price, but has anyone ever worked the Vimo on Demand Leads that have hit the $1 and $2 price level? If so, any return on investment?
     
  2. CHUMPS FROM OXFORD
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    I usually stick with the $3.75. Occasionally I have purchased the $1 and $2 leads. Usually, I'll check out late Friday night leads that are now just a buck or two on Sunday. I haven't purchased enough of them (maybe 5-7 in the last year) to decide if they're worth it.
     
  3. somarco
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    Most of them might be worthwhile if you had a guaranteed issue medical plan, or felt comfortable selling discount plans for $189 per month.

    The OD leads I have seen are usually wider than they are tall and have at least one uninsurable condition.
     
    somarco, Jan 6, 2008
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  4. Soaringagent
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    So, how do you like Vimo compared to NetQuote? I'm really thinking about giving them a try...
     
  5. CHUMPS FROM OXFORD
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    I use both. If you use NetQuote...you better ask for the leads that have less than three assigned agents. Also...negotiate a return policy in advance.
     
  6. TXINSURANCE
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    Netquote fights you on returns, and lead quality is up and down like a roller coaster. I believe their affiliate program is out of control.
     
  7. vimo
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    The best time to buy OnDemand leads is over the weekend or on Monday morning. Chances are, you'll be getting leads that are exclusive or sold fewer times than normal b/c most brokers buy leads M-F.

    Your filters aren't automatically added to those leads though, so you'll need to use the "Apply My Filters" option to add your medical conditions, age, BMI, and/or geography filters to them. Then just preview and purchase the ones you want.
     
    vimo, Jan 8, 2008
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