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Live Lead Transfers

  • Need to increase your sales?
  • Hate cold-calling or simply don't know what to say to get in?
  • Need more revenue and a better ROI from your investment in marketing?
  • Wouldn't it be nice to have Live Leads wanting to talk to you?

We offer solutions!

We have strategic partnerships available.

You won't find us badgering other lead programs on our website. We have enough faith in our service that we'll let our performance speak for itself. There are no fancy graphs trying to convince you that you are getting more than you are bargaining for. Our program is very simple.

Professionally Broadcast Messages

We use only professional actors, actresses and radio announcers to record your greetings. No other company goes the length we do to set you up with a succesful lead generation campaign. Emphasizing the CORRECT words from a professionally written script leads to higher conversion rates. We realize this is YOUR CAMPAIGN. It is your business image you are entrusting us with.

1.5 Million dollar US Based Call Center

Not only are our offices located in Brentwood, California, but our call center is located in Los Angeles. VOIP Technology has improved, but overseas operations offering cut-rate pricing can't deliver the QUALITY of calls needed for a succesful telemarketing campaign. We prefer a higher quantity of calls per hour than any other service and, more importantly, a HIGHER QUALITY call. Learn more by visiting our Services Page.

Target Data Improves results and lowers cost.

We can help you filter out who you are calling by acquiring lists built with your parameters and filters in place. Not only is this the most cost-effective method for generating live leads, it demonstrates that you are a responsible direct marketer by not sending out thousands of non-relevant messages to people that could never be classified as a quality lead.

B2B-The advantages of Business to Business Live Leads.

Press 1 campaigns for marketing business services and products to business is an extremely viable and affordable method to get your information to decision makers. We have successfully provided live lead transfers for accountants, VISA-MASTERCARD processors, merchant cash advance, business grants and loans, small group health plans, yellow page directories, advertising programs, website development, Search engine marketing, and alarm companies. Business compliance is easy and are not in anyway regulated by the FCC or FTC other than making sure you aren't calling police, fire, or emergency numbers.

Voice Broadcasting is an excellent way to also follow-up on direct mail pieces, direct potential clients to a website, and to announce daily or weekly specials. You can also utilize our services to custom call your existing clients to notify them of everything from new incoming merchandise, open houses, and other promotional offerings. Let us discuss your needs and see if voice broadcasting can enhance your business development.

Voice Broadcasting for Consumer Dialing

A popular rumour is that is illegal to use voice broadcasting when calling people in their homes. That is exactly what that is, a false rumour. Pre-recorded messages are legal and a viable marketing option when properly prepared and delivered. However, there are numerous rules and regulations that vary from state-to-state. Indiana and North Dakota do not allow solicitations of any nature (including politicians) by either auto or predictive dialing systems. Please be sure that you are in full compliance before starting a press 1 broadcast into a persons residence. Be sure you have registered as a telemarketer with the National Do No Call Registry and get your sans number. To help you get started in proper compliance follow this link: Do Not Call Registry.

Not what you are looking for?

Knowing that you are here looking for quality marketing help, we've even put links to dozens of lead services here for you. Why would we put our competition on this website? It's simple; we believe our program that delivers immediate results is superior to any other lead generation service. You can find these in our Get Leads section.

New Age Technology + Old School Principles = SUCCESS!

Our service has a proven track record of success for the following:

Loan Originators - Loan Refinancing - Foreclosures
Credit Card Companies - New Car Dealers - Used Car Dealers
Stocks and Bonds - Insurance - Real Estate Listings
Real Estate Investments - MLM - Travel Packages - Vacation Properties
Casinos - Remodeling - General Contractors - Floor Covering
Home Improvements - Seminars - Investments

Wall Street Journal Markets News

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A selloff in health-care stocks deepened in afternoon trading Tuesday, threatening to overshadow a crude-oil rally that lifted energy shares. The outlook for the U.S. initial public offering market, and technology startups in particular, may hinge on the first tech deal to come this quarter, investors say. Goldman Sachs and J.P. Morgan Chase are struggling to sell $1.2 billion of loans backing the leveraged buyout of online clothing retailer FullBeauty Brands, investors said, the latest fallout from global economic turmoil. German officials have been pondering what to do with the sprawling terminal building at Tempelhof Airport, a 3.2-million-square foot mix of office space, airport functions and hangars, ever since it closed to aviation in 2008. Glencore has launched a salvo against critics who say the firm?s books are too opaque, publishing details of its financing arrangements with banks and other creditors and the potential impact of credit-rating downgrades. The company that manages Graceland is making it even bigger, with a $125 million expansion. But some people aren?t thrilled by one part of the project?the $79 million in local and state tax breaks. Brazil?s investment-grade credit rating from Moody?s Investors Service isn?t at an imminent risk of a downgrade, the ratings company indicated, taking some pressure off a government struggling to pass austerity measures. Six former brokers with nicknames including ?Lord Libor? and ?Big Nose? helped convicted bank trader Tom Hayes rig interest rate benchmarks for financial reward, a London court heard on the first day of a criminal trial. The Wall Street Journal studied 71 activism campaigns. The results: Activism often improves corporate performance but definitely not always. Lowered delivery forecasts dented Tesla?s stock. But expectations may still be too high. Investors celebrating the retirement of DuPont chief Ellen Kullman should consider why she ended up leaving. An earnings recession may loom. Even so, the sharp drop in oil prices probably makes it a flawed harbinger of economic growth. Chinese sportswear makers Anta and Xtep are looking up, thanks to newfound consumer demand and previous changes in supply. The insurer used to rely on its domestic business for cash flows and credit ratings, but it isn?t so dependent now. A large new investment from Trian Fund Management suggests better days are finally here for GE shareholders. Jack Dorsey?s return to Twitter doesn?t mark the kind of change the company needs. The eurozone purchasing managers index took a turn down in September. But its level tells a story of continued recovery. A rebound in Chinese sales growth may coincide with a recovery in Yum?s share price and renewed interest in spinning the unit off.

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