How Service Workers Get Free Leads
Our Contractors & Professionals Directory is open to Public Inspection so some Consumers contact Service Workers directly. We encourage the use of our Free CompuMatcher and Live Video Connector which saves Time and Money in processing the Customer's Job Requirements and Job Estimates.
Once a Consumer fills out the CompuMatcher questionnaire, we match the Service Workers who work within the job area. Next, we CompuMatch the service worker's expertise to the job requirements.
We send up to three of the Service Worker matches to the Customer and we simultaneously send the leads to our Service Workers. Over 70% of the leads result in Job Estimates.The Competition
There are other companies who provide Customer Referral Leads, however, they charge for their services. Contractor.com charges $55 to $80 for a lead and they also charge for a Profile Page. Service Magic leads cost up to $55 plus they charge an enrollment fee. Angies List charges their Customers and they also share in Revenue from Service Worker Profile Page Ad Sales. Leads costs add up because it requires
5-7 leads to result in a job contract.
We earn ad revenue from Search Engine Ads that are placed on the right columns of our secondary pages.