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Oct 5, 2010 5:29 pm

Just taking a poll, but the title says it all.  How many dials per day do you do?  How many dials per hour?  Business or Residential or combo?

I'll go first.  A little over 200 dials per day and it takes me around 4 hours to do. 

Oct 5, 2010 5:41 pm

i did 210 yesterday all day from 11-9.  I do resume marketing during the day to unemployed people with big rollovers so that takes much more time because I have sift through resumes.  from 6-9 I call residentials

by the way I am a newbie FYI

Oct 5, 2010 5:42 pm

Not enough for me!!! 

Oct 5, 2010 6:00 pm

Resume marketing?

Oct 5, 2010 6:39 pm

I have been lurking this site for a couple of month nows....tons of great info here.

I would say that I am averaging about 200 dials a day, but based on my production I guess I am not dialing enough! 

Man, this is tough!

Oct 5, 2010 6:55 pm

i find resume on the internet and I contact them about rolling over their 401k.  I only call people who are out of work with 25 years or more work experience. 

Oct 5, 2010 6:59 pm

[quote=ricky32478]

i find resume on the internet and I contact them about rolling over their 401k.  I only call people who are out of work with 25 years or more work experience. 

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Interesting angle...do you use craigslist or do you pay to use monster, careerbuilder, etc. to pull resumes?

Oct 5, 2010 10:21 pm

I would love to use monster but its too expensive.  If you go the monster route it will cost you about a 1000.  I was able to use my buddy's EIN (tax payer number) to search through the resumes on the states unemployement website.  Its free and unlimited.  I booked my first appointment this afternoon using that strategy.  225,000 rollover not huge but not bad

Oct 5, 2010 11:13 pm

[quote=ricky32478]

I would love to use monster but its too expensive.  If you go the monster route it will cost you about a 1000.  I was able to use my buddy's EIN (tax payer number) to search through the resumes on the states unemployement website.  Its free and unlimited.  I booked my first appointment this afternoon using that strategy.  225,000 rollover not huge but not bad

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That is pretty sweet.. .. now that is niche marketing..

Though how are you able to call them?, I am guessing most are on the DNC...

Oct 6, 2010 11:15 am

I only call the ones that are not

Oct 11, 2010 8:13 pm

Calling businesses about  50 an hour. Residential - 75 an hour or so.

[quote=StoneColdMutha]

Just taking a poll, but the title says it all.  How many dials per day do you do?  How many dials per hour?  Business or Residential or combo?

I'll go first.  A little over 200 dials per day and it takes me around 4 hours to do. 

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Oct 11, 2010 8:13 pm

Calling businesses about  50 an hour. Residential - 75 an hour or so.

[quote=StoneColdMutha]

Just taking a poll, but the title says it all.  How many dials per day do you do?  How many dials per hour?  Business or Residential or combo?

I'll go first.  A little over 200 dials per day and it takes me around 4 hours to do. 

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