Hi and welcome to my next installment related to getting paid per lead. Before I begin, thanks to all recent comments lately, please keep them coming. I will be responding to more comments personally soon. But into this posts topic of Paid per Lead.

Not only can you generate sales as an affiliate, you can also generate leads. One way to generate leads, such as mortgage leads, debts consolidation leads, sales leads etc, is to create a website or blog that gives away free useful information, and tell visitors that in order to access the free information, all they need to do is fill out a no-obligation form for refinancing info, debt consolidation, buying a car etc. This is called a forced lead, or incentivized lead. Most companies don't want to pay for incentivized leads, but if you are giving away free information that is somehow related, you can negotiate with them and get approval to do so.

For example, say you have a website or blog that gives away free information on how to repair your credit on your own, without hiring a service. Many sites charge for information like this. You could give this information away freely, but require visitors to first fill out a short debt consolidation questionnaire. You are happy because you got paid $10 or so for the lead, the customer is happy because they got free credit repair information, and the debt consolidation company is happy because they can contact your lead to try and get them to sign up for their debt consolidation program (which the lead most likely needs because they were seeking credit repair info). Its a win-win-win situation And that is how you approach the company that you want to generate leads for. There are many companies that pay-per-lead, many have been mentioned earlier in the Cashflow Strategy series.

Thanks again for your time. Look forward to comments, and remember I will be posting in response to some comments as well.

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