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joesemail321

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Hello everyone. I have been a lead broker for the last 10 years and we buy and sell leads/data/calls right now between a few different verticals. I would like to start generating leads and calls on our own instead of brokering other peoples leads.

To start I want to run ad's for credit card debt relief to generate inbound phone calls.

I setup the business ad's manager under my company name, if I plan to run ads for different verticals to generate calls/leads (credit card debt, health insurance, mass tort etc), should I setup all the ad's under the main company business manager?

I would like to setup and start testing my first ad's this week with the initial goal of generating inbound calls for credit card debt relief, then move to other verticals after that.

Looking forward to learning more, thanks!

Joe
 

joeybabbs

LIFETIME MEMBER
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eryone. I have been a lead broker for the last 10 years and we buy and sell leads/data/calls right now between a few different verticals. I would like to start generating leads and calls on our own instead of brokering other peoples leads.

To start I want to run ad's for credit card debt relief to generate inbound phone calls.

I setup the business ad's manager under my company name, if I plan to run ads for different verticals to generate calls/leads (credit card debt, health insurance, mass tort etc), should I setup all the ad's under the main company business manager?
I have been doing lead gen for a while now and gathering leads to sell to people like you I guess :). I have been exploring my own system of selling the leads for a higher price that may be direct to buyers, cause I assume you are making some type of spread on the arbitrage of those leads.

I would love to learn more about that.

Now about your Facebook question: I have been using 1 Business Manager - and multiple sub-accounts. I would not go about creating multiple different Business accounts.
 

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