Telemarketed Final Expense Leads

by Training Team

If you want to hire some telemarketers to cold call for you to generate telemarketed final expense leads, then I highly recommend it. Telemarketed  leads are good final expense leads that are high quality and cheap. Whether you are selling face to face or selling final expense over the phone.

If you want to try this, look under the Lead section and check out our cold calling advice (You must use a predictive dialing system).

Here is a question I got this morning

Question: I am looking for a calling script for telemarketers and appointment setters … I have 2 telemarketers that are ready to go to work but they are waiting on me.

Answer: There is already a killer cold calling script on the site that works really really well … it’s under the lead section …. under cold calling …

As for appointments, if you guys can make a schedule in excel and upload it to Google documents, then you can have access to your appointment schedule in real time.

If you are out on the field, you can check it on your phone and make corrections.

Your best target is going to be the African American community and Hispanic community, ages 45-80 … They have closer families and are more concerned about that funeral cost. You can buy specific list focused on very specific data.

You may want your Telemarketers to try and ask if they have a checking or savings account (or credit card) … it’s a waste of time to sell to someone without it … in fact, I refuse to sell insurance to someone that doesn’t have a bank account or credit card — they rarely will pay their premium.

Anyway, that cold calling script is what some of the best telemarketing companies use today … it’s very good.

I set my apointments from 10:30am to 7:30pm … every 1 and half hours … tuesday through saturday.

Final Expense Insurance is a great Telemarketing focus if you want good and fast leads.

hope that helps,

{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

Valentin Dietz February 27, 2013 at 12:05 am

Great article, exactly what I was looking for.

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Darryl Matney March 12, 2013 at 7:13 pm

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