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SalesGenie: "100 Free Sales Leads"

by Bob Sassone, posted Feb 4th 2007 7:00PM

Huh?

Not sure I get what SalesGenie does, but then again I haven't been involved in sales and marketing for quite some time. You go to their site and you can get sales leads? What type of sales leads? Any industry, any business? How do you qualify those leads? Are they up to date?

Then again, if I'm asking the question and I'm not even into sales anymore, I'm sure a lot of business types will be going over to their web site and checking out exactly what this is all about. Is the ad effective? If you want salespeople to go to your site, I guess it is.

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Lars

You all have had at least had the change to check their website. When I try to access it I get a 504 timeout :( Or is the site somehow blocked to europeans?

February 13 2007 at 6:35 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
Teddy

For $180 per month, SalesGenie claims to provide its customers with these databases:

- 14 Million U.S. Businesses
- 2.6 Million New Businesses
- 13 Million Executives & Professionals
- 600,000 Manufacturers
- 250,000 Big Businesses
- 5 Million Small Businesses
- 210 Million U.S. Consumers
- 75 Million Homeowners
- 15 Million New Movers
- 4 Million New Homeowners
- 8.5 Million Bankruptcy Filers
- 13.4 Million Homes with Children

In other words, the leads they're selling include you! They're providing anyone who pays them with your home or business contact information so they can push their lousy products on you, whether you want them to or not.

Think about that the next time you wonder how the smug guy in the commercial got that nice car and hot babe... Instead of wanting to be like him, you'll probably want to punch him out.

February 04 2007 at 8:08 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
Tammy

I read an article that said that the key to commercials this year are to get you to their website. They were siting how many people went to GoDaddy.com last year and things like that. I have noticed more websites listed at the end of ads.

They also said that one ad in the Superbowl is worth about 100 ads at other times because everyone watches the ads during this game. So I guess this company figured what the heck and paid a fortune for almost everyone that saw it to go "huh?"

February 04 2007 at 7:06 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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