Monday, December 31, 2007


Last week I was checking out a forum. On that site members were talking about the Pay-per-lead model. I was really interested by this form of getting online money. I just dug into some articles. I learned how to generate leads with a website.
I personally think pay-per-lead makes more than pay-per-sale. Check out below how to get leads with your website.


CLEAR CONTACT FORMS-Placing a contact form on the right spot of your website at the time you are having a special offer going on.

FREE DOWNLOAD- You can offer the customer something for free as a 'teaser'. A free download can give the customer a taste of what kind of product or a service you have to offer. This way you can make the customer more interested in your product.

OFFER SOMETHING FOR FREE TO CONVINCE-If you offer something for free, people will be more likely to think that gift is of low quality. In that case offering a free trial can be more effective. It is important to offer something of value. If you have a membership site, you can give a free trial membership of 2 weeks.

CALL ME BACK-When your customer is very interested in your service or product. The customer only can reach you during the lunch break. If you put a call-me-now button on your website you can reach the prospect during the lunch break.

TOLL FREE PHONE NUMBER-If you set up a toll free phone number the customers will be more likely to call you, because there is no costs for the customer.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS-"Is it stupid to e-mail about this?" Are some of the e-mails and phone calls driving you mad?. Then you can set up a F.A.Q to prevent this. Give the customer the solution, then the customer will be very grateful for your service.

DEMONSTRATION-Demonstrate the product you are selling. Make a video and stimulate and convince the functionality of your product or service.

FREE NEWSLETTER OR RSS-You want to get in touch and keep in touch with the prospects, then offering a newsletter can give important updates to the customers. If your prospects do not belong to those, who do not have Internet connection, then offer printed version of a newsletter.

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