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Exclusive Leads Vs Shared Leads

Guest on 27th April 2022 08:52:37 AM

  1. What are the differences between [exclusive leads](https://www.homeguru.com/) and shared leads? Whether or not they are beneficial depends on your business model and sales process. Oftentimes, shared leads are beneficial for companies with an optimal sales process. For example, unshared leads allow a tree service company to contact customers ahead of their competition, increasing their chances of turning leads into paying customers. But if your sales process isn't optimized, you may want to stick with exclusive leads, which are sent to a single company.
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  3. ## Cost per sale
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  5. When comparing cost per sale of exclusive leads vs shared ones, the best choice is often a combination of the two. Unshared leads can be more valuable than shared leads, as they have fewer competitors and are likely to convert. Furthermore, they are cheaper, but that does not mean that they are more effective. Shared leads are the most effective choice for companies with high brand awareness, fantastic websites, and competent teams. Shared leads can also benefit established companies that have strict guidelines on how many times they can share their leads. In this way, they can look more impressive than their competitors.
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  7. While shared leads tend to have lower cost than unshared ones, you may have more competition and have to compete for the same buyers. However, shared leads can be more profitable if you have a strong brand or a fast follow-up process. The price of unshared leads may also be cheaper for those companies with a high quality brand. Thus, the cost per sale of unique leads can be higher than that of shared leads.
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  9. ## Closing ratio
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  11. When it comes to generating sales leads, a contractor can benefit from both exclusive and shared leads. Each option has its own pros and cons. The closing ratio of shared leads is lower than that of unshared leads, but both have their advantages. Here are some of the pros and cons of both. You should know what each is and how each type of lead will help you build your business. You can also choose between shared and unique leads based on your needs.
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  13. Although shared and unshared leads have similar cost and closing ratios, unique leads should be purchased in the event of low-quality leads. If you are looking for a high-quality, high-intent lead source, the upfront cost of buying qualified leads from an exclusive vendor is higher than that of shared leads. But the upfront costs of quality leads from an exclusive vendor should eventually make up for the lower back-end cost and higher ROI.
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  15. ## Live transfer calls
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  17. Unlike the shared and exclusive lead systems, the live transfer service enables you to get your hands on only verified leads. These leads are pre-qualified and can be selected based on several criteria, including type of customer, geography, or other conditions. In this way, you can reduce the time and effort spent on phone calls while boosting sales. In addition to this, live transfers are more cost-effective than the shared leads.
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  19. Unique leads are harder to find but can be obtained through smaller lead companies, removing the competition factor and costing between $15 and $50 per lead. They can be generated through direct mail or telemarketing. A popular type of unshared lead is live transfer, which is a call from a live caller to a sales agent. This type of lead should be used as an additional source to your regular lead program, but never as your sole source.
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  21. ## Quality of lead
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  23. While both types of leads are equally beneficial, exclusive leads have many advantages. They are not shared with any competitor, and they increase the chances of conversion. Although unshared leads are more expensive than shared leads, they are worth the extra expense if you can track them to their source. Unique leads are especially beneficial for new companies with a small online presence or minimal brand awareness. However, if you don't have the budget, it might not make financial sense to opt for them.
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  25. One advantage of unshared leads is that they tend to be more qualified. The disadvantages of shared leads are that they can be more difficult to convert. Additionally, shared leads can increase competition among buyers, but they are also more affordable. Shared leads can work for strong brands with optimized sales processes. Shared leads can also be more effective for brands with good brand recognition. And if you can follow-up and convert these leads quickly, they are a better fit for a shared lead model.
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  27. Visit their website [www.homeguru.com](https://www.homeguru.com) or contact them at (888) 437-8049 for more information and inquiries about exclusive home improvement leads.

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