Wow, talk about one hell of a year for us! From our book, to our blog, to our expanding lead offerings — Lead Heroes has experienced a killer year as we growth-hacked our way to being the top vendor for telemarketing leads for insurance agents.
If you haven’t kept up with our media coverage, our book has been featured on these industry-leading websites:
UPDATE #1: TONS OF HELPFUL CONTENT ON OUR SITE
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Update #2: Podcast Series
In addition to the content we’ve been writing, we’ve launched a brand new podcast series for insurance agents called, “The Heroes Huddle Podcast.” In this podcast series, we will be interviewing three types of professionals within the insurance industry who will share tips and scripts to help agents close more leads:
- Agency and IMO owners
- Insurance Industry Vendors
We’re hoping to glean some great insights from people our readers have recommended that we interview, along with other thought-leading industry professionals that stood out to us on the Insurance Forums or other websites.
Our first podcast, if you haven’t already heard it, can be found below – featuring a great interview with Matt Mungia, who discusses how to scale your insurance career to make 10K a week in the Final Expense industry.
If you have an idea about who we should interview in our podcast series, drop us a line on our CONTACT US page, and select PODCAST IDEA from the drop-down menu.
Update #3: New Lead Type – Pre-Set Appointments
Usually after receiving a lead order, you have to fire up all of your software systems (dialers, CRMs, quoting tools) for a few hours to call up leads – sometimes multiple times throughout the day, for several days (how time consuming!). Because of the nature of telemarketing leads, agents have to contact leads again after they’ve been generated – which sometimes causes a loss of interest since the lead was created.
When our customers shared this frustration with us, we started offering both Real-Time and Live Transfer leads. These quickly became popular because they reduced the time agents spent chasing down leads to set appointments.
Since then, agents have been asking for a lead that cuts even more time from the sales cycle, to help them set appointments even sooner. Now, agents who don’t want to spend time setting their own appointments with our Real-Time/Live Transfers or Standard Final Expense Medicare Supplement or Turning (T65) leads can now have US set appointments on their behalf, letting agents do what they do best – just show up and sell.
Interested in Pre-Set Appointments? Just select this option on our ORDER LEADS page and we’ll take care of the rest, so you can just show up and sell.
Update # 4: New Pricing for Leads
If you haven’t figured it out after reading this far into the update, Lead Heroes is expanding and growing rapidly so that we can offer increased levels of service and more diverse lead offerings. To accommodate the new lead offerings agents are requesting, and to help us reinforce our staff to offer these new services, we will be raising our prices, effective February 1st, 2018.
Below is our master pricing list that will be found on the ORDER LEADS page starting February 1st:
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T65 Standard Only|$20|$18|$16
Term Life Leads|$30|$28|$26
Even with all these changes, a few things have not changed around here. Lead Heroes is still committed to giving insurance agents:
- Affordable Prices
- Quality Service
- Diverse Lead Types
With those goals in mind, we raised our prices to accommodate the changes agents wanted, without sacrificing quality or affordability. Again, prices won’t change until February 1st – so you still have some time to lock down some savings on your leads by preordering what you want before the price increase is effective.
And as always, if you have:
- Scripts or tips that would benefit other agents
- Ideas on who we should interview for our podcast
- A dialer, CRM, or quoting tool we didn’t cover in a previous blog post
Leave it in the comments section below. If you haven’t noticed by now, we really do listen to your feedback, and do our best to accommodate your requests.