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The 5 minute video guide to digital lead generation

The 5 minute video guide to digital lead generation

By Jim Thompson

Most people I come across view digital lead generation as being found on Google by someone searching for whatever they do and then being contacted either by phone or email via their website.

Well basically that’s just electronic yellow pages advertising with a more sophisticated search function, but as in the old yellow pages days that game is ultimately who by whoever has the biggest chequebook.

It is also only aimed at those that are ready to buy or tyre kickers.

If you’ve got deep pockets and are happy to play that game then that’s fine but there is a much better way and it’s not dictated by your chequebook.

Take 5 minutes of your time and we’ll explain how and if you want to learn more download your free detailed guide.

PS – if you’re wondering who produced this video – we did and we produce them for our clients as well.

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