When it comes to tax debt leads, there are a variety of solutions available to tax resolution firms. But before you initiate an internet tax lead campaign, make sure that you have carefully thought through the issues required to make your campaign successful. Knowing how the internet lead is generated can be one of the most important.
Another important issue is what information comes with the lead. Does each lead come with an email address, phone number, and date stamp? Do the leads have an IP address stamp that will demonstrate authenticity? When it comes to IP stamps, people often forget that they filled out a form and having their IP address provides verification. If your leads are omitting important information or information that you believe is important to your marketing strategy, then you will need to improve your lead quality.
There is always a possibility that data is being changed just so that the leads are available for resale. Unscrupulous sellers of tax debt leads may change the dates in order to ensure that the lead file meets the client’s specification. This can and does happen, so beware. These issues often explain price discrepancies between lead sellers.
The quality of a tax debt lead can suffer, depending on how it was acquired. Not only will these negatively impact your ROI, but it can also damage the moral of the sales staff and waste your resources. Your staffing mix will affect how you follow up on your leads. You should ideally have an adequate mix of real time leads and aged leads. Contact ratios can initially range from 45% to 60%. This being the case, purchasing leads that are 30 days old can be a good approach considering many may have not had initial contact.
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