Final expense avatar leads, a new twist on telemarketing, designed to quickly generate quality final expense leads at a fraction of the cost of other lead options!
Today we're going to do a great post on a brand new final expense lead known as a final expense avatar leads. We're going to go into great detail about how final expense avatar leads work, and give you more information why I like it, why I think it's a great addition to your repertoire of final expense leads to use, and how you can get them.
Let's get you an overview of basic telemarketing leads. When we say telemarketing leads, what do we mean? First of all, as you could imagine, it's a person calling a prospect or a name on a list and then qualifying them into a lead. Most telemarketing leads are just that; they're leads, they're somebody to talk to that has expressed a marginal level of interest in a life insurance product. Go here to my final expense telemarketing review for more information on all things final expense telemarketing leads.
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Most of these final expense telemarketing leads are generated either by foreigners or by Americans and what I have found is that there's really two main kinds of final expense leads. They're either inexpensive and horrible quality, or they're expensive but just OK quality and are very hard to come by and we'll get into more reason why that is, but prior to the illegalization of final expense voice mail and press 1 leads, getting a cheap, consistent source of telemarketing leads has been pretty tough to come by.
To give you some background, robo-calls were the software-generated calling that would call a thousand lines a minute and play a pre-recorded message upon picking up the phone. These were all over the market back in the 2000-2010 era of telemarketing, but have pretty much altogether disappeared by now, except for those operations that still use them and want to take the risk of getting sued. The bottom line is that the robo-calls shut down a lot of the viability of telemarketing leads until this new advent of the great telemarketing known as avatar leads.
Why Avatar Final Expense Leads Are Great!
So what are final expense avatar leads? Final expense avatar leads are the newest way to get not just affordable quality leads, but also to turn them around in a fast period of time. Avatar takes the best from a foreign call center which most call centers that are foreign-based are usually located in India or the Philippines because they know how to speak English, it's taught to them from an early age, but the callers there are paid third-world wages, so the pricing is considerably cheaper, compared to the American counterparts, but it combines with intelligible English-speaking callers, which gives it a better quality.
The avatar leads are able to give you a good quality lead at a very good price and a fast turnaround. Now we're able to hit that middle ground that was really hard to hit with telemarketing leads. So I call these leads terminator leads.
What exactly are final expense avatar leads? How is this any different from any other final expense lead that's out there or any other lead in general? Final expense avatar leads are basically pre-recorded openings, closings and rebuttals recorded by an American English-speaking telemarketer or a professional voice over actor, but use recorded messages uploaded into a sound board that's operated by a foreigner.
When they enter a conversation with a prospect, instead of the Filipino talking and engaging and using his English -- although he speaks English, it's not nuance and it's hard to understand -- instead, he presses the buttons on the pre-recorded sound board with each comment and enters into a conversation in order to generate a lead.
Why are final expense avatar leads a great lead to sell final expense to? Here's the thing -- this is why I call them the terminator lead -- the avatar lead delivers the same pitch with the same enthusiasm at all times and never gets discouraged. Think about it this way: we are human and there is variability that we are going to experience; some days are better than others.
You may be discouraged, you may have gotten into a fight with your wife if you're a telemarketer and that may dampen your effect and your ability to persuade somebody to agree to give information. This doesn't happen with final expense avatar leads. It is a terminator lead, it is a terminator telemarketer.
He never wanes in his delivery and he converts more because of that. What happens is there's more leads that come out of this because it's the same strong delivery every single time and that's why the combination of using a low-cost foreign call center with persistent, unrelenting telemarketers is what allows us to generate quality leads at a low price.
Real Live Samples Of Final Expense Avatar Leads
Let's get right to it and listen to a few sample final expense avatar leads.
Sample Lead #1
Hi, this is Karen.
This is who?
Great. I'll be quick. We're calling about a new state-regulated burial life insurance program that covers 100% of your final expenses up to $35,000 or more. You may qualify for this new state-regulated plan, which could pay for all of your final expenses, even if you have past medical conditions or have been turned down before. It's important that you know how to qualify for this benefit. Would it be OK for us to contact you in the next day or so and tell you which programs you'd be eligible for?
Yeah, you can do that.
OK. May I have your first name?
May I have your last name, please?
And how old are you?
I would like to set up a security password so that you know that it is my insurance specialist giving you a callback. To do that, I would like to ask what is your favorite hobby?
OK. What I will do is pass your information on to my insurance specialist. They will call you back within the next few days and give you specific details and pricing. Would that be OK?
That'll be fine.
Great. Thanks so much! Have a great day.
OK, bye bye.
Sample Lead #2:
Good. I'll be quick. We're calling about a new state-regulated burial life insurance program that covers 100% of your final expenses, up to $35,000 or more. You may qualify for this new state-regulated plan, which could pay for all of your final expenses, even if you have past medical conditions or have been turned down before. It's important that you know how to qualify for this benefit. Would it be OK for us to contact you in the next day or so and tell you which programs you'd be eligible for?
Do you have information than you can send me about it?
They will call you back within the next few days and give you specific details and pricing. Would that be OK?
Great. I need some information before setting up the callback. May I have your first name?
Is this a recording?
Do I sound that bad today?
No, it just sounds like it's-- it's not that you sound bad, it's just really-- usually you can hear some kind of background or something.
What?! No. I am a real person. Maybe we have a bad connection, I'm sorry about that.
No, I said usually you CAN hear something in the background or something and everything is really clear, but no, you don't sound like you sound bad, it's just that I wasn't sure if it was a recording. OK. OK, what information did you need?
May I have your first name?
As you can see, they've kind of planned exactly how to do this in a way that just anticipates all the possible ways one can go.
The Bottom Line On Avatar Leads - Either Great, Or Garbage.
What kind of expectations can you get from these final expense avatar leads? Here's my experience: I've worked these leads on a continual basis, I have agents that work these on a continual basis and usually these leads fall into one or two categories.
They're either gold or they're complete crap -- there's not a lot of middle ground. The closing ratios tend to be lower than direct mail for most salesman, but the thing is because the lead price point is so low, the return on investment tends to be the same, if not higher, than what you would find in other regards.
For example, my expectation is if we can buy 30 of these final expense avatar leads and we can sell 10-20%, somewhere between 3 and 5 applications off of every 30 ordered, and you work hard, you can get that and that's going to be a 5:10 to 10:1 return on your lead investment. That's fantastic!
Even though you're not closing a lot as a percentage of the leads, who cares? You're going to bank a lot because you're looking for the diamond in the rough; you're just looking for those 3-5 deals out of every 30 that are really good and who cares about the rest, even if they all were just horrible?
Here's how you get in on final expense avatar leads. First of all, you must have your carrier contracts with Final Expense Agent Mentor. This is exclusively for my agents only, nobody else. Secondly, if you're interested in that, go ahead and go to my contact form, fill out the form box and I'll send you an order sheet.
If you have contracts right now, I can help you and show you how to release them. I might be able to give you different contracts for carriers that you don't have currently, so maybe we can find a mutual way to make this work if you're maybe stuck with your current contracts but want to take advantage of these leads.
Orders are due Friday, lead generation always starts the Monday thereafter and most orders, if there's enough data, is fulfilled within that week. So you can get these final expense leads, literally, within a week of placing your order. The minimum order is 30 leads, we can go well above that as long as the data is there and the price per lead is $7.50, so you're paying less than $250 for leads when you buy them.