Lead Generation Services for Home Energy Professionals?

Home Energy Pros,

Has anyone used a lead generation service that they have had success with? 

What are your general thoughts about lead generation?

At Mapawatt.com, we think that linking educated consumers with home energy pros is a much needed service.  Of course there is Angie's list, but that is a paid service and I dont think it's that strong in Home Energy services.

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Comment by Curt Kinder on September 9, 2012 at 9:54am

My limited experience with lead generation is that it produces tire-kickers, basically bored web surfers vaguely interested, enough to fill out a short online form but not anywhere serious enough to take on major audit and improvement program...in other words, low quality leads.

Comment by Robert Riversong on September 5, 2012 at 4:19pm

Alchemists (the predecessors to chemists) tried for centuries to make gold out of lead, but it seems you want to reverse the process and generate lead. That sounds dull ;-)


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