Category: Second Chance Statewide Insurance Leads
- Data accuracy: Make sure that the lead’s contact information, such as name, phone number, and email address, is accurate and up-to-date.
- Demographic information: Check that the lead’s demographic information, such as age, gender, and income, is consistent with what you are looking for in a lead.
- Pre-qualification: Look for leads that have been pre-qualified, which means that the lead has already expressed an interest in purchasing life insurance and has provided some basic information about their health and lifestyle.
- Pre-screening: Check if the leads are pre-screened which means that the lead has already undergone a basic health screening and has been deemed a good candidate for high-risk insurance coverage.
- Compliance: Make sure that the leads were generated in compliance with state and federal laws and regulations.
- Lead generation source: Ask the lead provider where they get their leads from. If the lead provider is able to generate leads through multiple sources, such as telemarketing, online advertising, and direct mail campaigns, then it is more likely that the leads will be of good quality.
- Lead provider’s reputation: Research the reputation of the lead provider and read reviews from other agents or brokers who have purchased leads from them.
- Test a sample: Ask for a sample of the leads before making a purchase, this will allow you to test the quality of the leads before committing to a larger purchase.