Would you pay a subscription fee to get warm leads?

If so, what is your industry, where are you located (just suburb and state) how often would you use it? And how much would you pay for this service?

Jef Lippiatt

Jef Lippiatt, Owner at Startup Chucktown

I'm not sure I would, but based on the industries I'm in (ecommerce retail of stationery and paper goods and publishing children's books) I am not really in the type of industries that pursue that type of lead funnel. Or at least if I am, I haven't heard of it being used by anyone in my professional networks.

I suppose if the items I was selling were big ticket items or recurring subscriptions it would be a different story.

Melanie Gray

Melanie Gray, Managing Owner at

Top 10% Insurance

I have paid for warm leads in the past for my Computer Support business.

I am based in Perth Metro, Atwell, Western Australia.

I haven't had any success with warm leads turning into a job.

They were quite expensive. $10 or more a lead.

Each job might earn me profit of between $50 and $150 so it wasn't worth it, especially when they were not converting.

I would likely give it a go depending on the cost.