Our main business model is Pay Per Call which is exactly how it sounds. Our marketing efforts generate phone calls to our clients business from people wanting to hire their services and/or buy their products.
Here’s a quick overview video going over how it works to give you a good visual walkthrough.
We never charge any up front costs ie zero client risk.
We charge a certain fee for each valid call, billed at the end of each 30 day cycle.
We use trackable phone numbers that forward to your business line in real time in order to track results, making sure you are only billed for calls directly generated from our work.
There are no long term commitments or contracts. You can quit at any time for any reason without any sort of problem or penalty.
Maybe you want to retire or perhaps you simply don’t want any more calls due to existing workload. No problem!
We define a valid call as anything over 30 seconds in length. This ensures you will not be charged for things such as wrong numbers, telemarketers, or other spam calls that aren’t actually valid customer calls.
The particular fee amount depends on the industry and location of the business being promoted. The more competitive either of those criteria are, the more is charged per call
Here are a few real example price points. Remember that these are for real time, live calls from an interested customer directly to your, and only your, phone.
Water Damage Restoration $150
The main point to remember is that there is always a strong return on investment (ROI) for our clients.
This could also be called Pay Per Lead (PPL) depending on how you define the word ‘Lead’. It could be a phone call, an email form submission, or even a visit to a particular website page.
In this case we would be using it as a synonym for a valid call or a valid email contact from a potential customer.
Filling out the form gives us the information we need to research your particular company and how we can best help you.
We will give you a quote on how much you would be charged per call, how many calls you could expect on average per month, etc
Another way we maximize results for our clients is to record all phone calls.
Why do we do this?
I’m sure you’ve called a company more than once and heard the typical disclaimer “This call may be monitored or recorded for quality or training purposes”.
We add a recording with the same disclaimer for legal reasons to the beginning of all calls…it plays for the customer calling in, you as the receiver don’t hear it.
And we do it for the same reasons. Being able to go over a call recording helps us help you in the following ways:
Going over how the call is initially answered…professional and friendly, or was it very offputting or confusing?
Then we proceed through the rest of the call flow.
Was the customer satisfied with the answers being provided by your staff member answering the phone? Therefor landing you the job.
Or were they lacking in the knowledge (or people/sales skills) that they needed to turn that prospect into a paying job?
We use this information to make adjustments so you can close more deals, help more people, and make more money.