Discovering the Efficient and Affordable Lead Generation Solution: My Experience with Sendvilla
As a small business owner, my days are filled with a variety tasks including getting leads, making cold calls, networking, acquiring new clients, chasing late payments, and managing the product. With so much going on at once, it can be overwhelming and it can be difficult to prioritize.
However, I know that generating leads is essential for my business because they are the key to getting clients and sales, which keep my business running. We all need leads to get clients, and clients depend on sales to keep our businesses running. But to be frank, I don’t have the time to spend on this. I need some time in the evenings to spend with my 2 daughters too.
So I started researching for a solution which can help me out. An economical tool that won’t burn a hole in my pocket, and one that is simple to use because I needed something quick and effortless. And preferably little onboarding commitment required.
Then I came across Sendvilla. This was my first experience with a lead scraping tool, so I’m not able to compare this with the others out in the market. But this is honestly good enough for me and fulfills my requirements. I don’t need to search for anything else anymore. Some things which I really like about this tool:
- Value for money. I started with a $9/ month Starter Package to test out its efficacies. Turns out it really delivered. Out of the 50 leads I received in the first month, I managed to turn 38 of them into warm leads. Pretty cool right?
- Simple to use. I’m not into techy stuff, so complicated tools turn me off. But this was really an easy one for me. If I can figure it out and get leads in minutes, anyone can. I’m serious.
- Time saving. Like I mentioned above. Leads in minutes. Period.
- Different packages for different needs. They have packages catered for different needs, so I like that I’m able to start small and move into a bigger package when I grow my business further in future.
To sum it up? Glad I tried. I’d give it a 10 out of 10.