Databases for Lead Generation

FreeSalesLeads.us prides itself on having the best database filled with over 250 million business and consumer leads. Our databases are sure to supply you with the very best leads. Wondering what each database contains and offers? Here is a breakdown of our three databases:

FreeSalesLeads databases
  1. Business Database

    From small businesses to huge businesses within the United States, we have them all. Search our entire database of over 14 million businesses, filtered by 4-digit SIC codes which are broken down even further into our 7-digit system. If you don’t know the businesses SIC code you can always type the business category out too.

    Choose the ZIP code and type of business you want to target and gain access to a wealth of information about the business including, top professionals, phone numbers, website addresses, email addresses (where available), and physical address. Once you have completed your search take your newly acquired leads and make your own marketing and sales plan to target those potential customers. Our business database is 95% accurate through our triple-verified parameters.

  2. Household Database

    Households consists of one or more people who live in the same dwelling. If you are trying to target families, parents, children, etc. this database is perfect for you. Search more than 160 million consumer households across the whole United States.

    Choose any ZIP code and home value and gain access to the name, address, and contact information of the consumers best suited for you. Once you have completed your search use the information gathered to target your audience through direct mail, telemarketing, email campaigns, and much more.

  3. Homeowner Database

    Homeowners are those who own the home in which they live. This home can be a house, an apartment, condominium, or a housing cooperative. If you are in real estate, insurance, roofing, etc. this database is perfect for you. Search more than 140 million consumer households across the whole United States.

    Choose any ZIP code and home value and gain access to the name, address, and contact information of the consumers you want. Next, take the consumers you gathered for the day, week, month, and create a plan on how to best target them.

Make us work for you! We have already compiled and supplied the manpower to constantly update our system to bring the leads right to you. Check it out for yourself at FreeSalesLeads.us/signup.

Things to consider when starting a new business

Passion led us here

Starting a new business is fun and exciting but also challenging. There are a million things you need to consider and plan out. While this is certainly not everything, we compiled a list of topics we found most important and points people don’t always consider when starting a new business.

Start while you are still employed

New business owners are never really sure when the company will break even or make a profit. How long can you go without a reliable source of income? Finding time to work on your startup while still being employed can be difficult, but being employed means you always have a reliable source of income while you work through the startup phase.

Make sure the money is lined up

You have your source of income from still being employed, but that doesn’t mean it’s enough to get you started. Many people say to just go for it or you never will. While this is a good point, you do need to make sure you have your finances figured out first, including a backup plan. It takes a while to either save up, find somewhere that will lend you money, or get potential investors. Know where your source of money is coming from before you begin.

Know the legal requirements for starting a business

Getting the legal and tax issues correct the first time will be a huge time and money saver. It’s much more difficult and expensive to correct the flaws after you’ve already begun. Different types of businesses have different requirements. Learn what your legal and tax responsibilities are before you start. Check out the ten steps to start your business from the U.S. Small Business Administration.

Don’t procrastinate

While you might want to have every detail planned out and investigated before you start, there’s no need. You will never be able to predict exactly how your business will go so why fret about every little detail when your whole plan could blow up at the slightest change. No one ever really has all the pieces in place. You’d go crazy trying to figure out every possible route and solution. Do your research, scope out the market, have a basic plan, but don’t let perfection push you to procrastination.

Get professional help

One of the reasons people start a business is for passion and drive. Being driven and passionate, however, does not mean you’re an expert on starting a business. A lot goes into a business that people don’t generally think about such as, accounting and contracting. You’re not going to be an expert on all things business overnight. Consider hiring a professional to do such jobs. While some might forgo hiring professionals and attempt to do it themselves, they are, in the long run, wasting time and possibly money.

Absorb everything

There are others who have been in the exact same position as you, listen to them! They probably have some of the greatest advice since they know first-hand what it’s like to start a business. Smart entrepreneurs learn from the mistakes of others. Listen to your friends and family too, they know you and can help you work through things. Other people’s ideas and opinions of the business are important too as they can reflect what consumers think. As you listen and learn write things down, then take those ideas, opinions, advice, and work them out to make plans for your business.

Share your business – Put yourself out there

How are you supposed to sell your business if you don’t share your business? It can be intimidating to share your business with others, but you can’t be worried about every person’s opinion.

Talk about your business. You never know who could be listening and the connections you could make to grow your business. People like to do business and support businesses of people they know. Be bold and speak confidently. If you want your business to succeed, you need to be able to convince consumers to buy from and support your business.

Make sure you are marketing and networking constantly. Put your business out there and don’t be shy!

Don’t fixate on mistakes

Successful entrepreneurs learn from their mistakes and move on. Dwelling on your failures will get you nowhere. Anyone and everyone can tell you that in the business of creating a business, there is no room or time for self-pity. Realize your mistake, learn from it, and move on. Everyone hits roadblocks and mistakes; it’s how you react that matters.

Never stop learning and implementing new things

People are constantly changing their likes and habits. In response, the market changes. Unless you want to be left in the past, you need to be constantly adapting to the new market. Keep your eyes and ears open for new things. Are there new ways to market? A different variation you could be offering? A new target market you could capture? Listen to your customers and pay attention to your industry.

We hope this list helps you better plan out your new journey and follow your passion!