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CONTRACTOR.COM CURRENTLY SWAMPED WITH CUSTOMER LEADS - OFFERING CONTRACTORS FREE WEBSITES, EMAIL ACCOUNTS, AND LEADS
DENVER, CO - October 17, 2002 /PRnetwire.com/ - Because of their current overload of customer leads, www.Contractor.com is offering free listings, websites, email, and customer leads to remodeling or repair contractors. Contractor.com has the largest contractor database on the Internet. Skilled trades of all types are needed.
"If a contractor is searching for an inexpensive way to get new quality business, Contractor.com is the place to look," says Kurt Reuss, President of Contractor.com. "With our homeowner pre-qualifying tools generating an overload of leads, we need contractors of all types across America to fulfill the demand."
Contractor.com has such a current demand for contractors that they are having to give away websites, email accounts, and 5 leads for FREE with their regular directory listings to handle their overload. Getting into the directory is also free. The only charge a contractor will pay is for leads they purchase in the future.
"The reason professional contractors get more business from our online directory is because homeowners are adding their references (testimonials) to their contractor's business listing. This is the Internet's way of generating 'word of mouth' referrals for contractors," added Reuss.
"We provide contractors with leads at a cost they can't match by doing the marketing themselves. Even busy firms use our services because of the quality of projects they get." says Reuss.
Craig Flanigan, owner of Pacific Roofscapes, and loyal user of the service, says, "I get qualified leads everyday at a fraction of the cost of direct mail, and about 70% of my bids turn into sales." Fees to contractors are based on the size and quality of the leads they receive. On medium-to-large jobs (over $5,000) Contractor.com contacts the homeowner first to be sure they are ready, willing and able to start the project.
According to Reuss, "It gives contractors a place to show potential clients pictures of past work, and a chance to describe the type of work they do, without having to worry about printing and delivery costs. Just put your website address on your business card. It won't get any easier than this."
Contractors can visit www.contractor.com to get more information or to sign up for the free listing, website, email and leads.
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Contractor Internet Community Inc.
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