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What price for one lead for a new roof, from HomeAdvise or Angieslist?

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Old 02-13-2019, 05:53 PM   #1
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What price for one lead for a new roof, from HomeAdvise or Angieslist?

I heard a lot of negative about them, but how come that so many roofers still use them? So who knows:
1) What is the actual cost per lead, say for a small roof repair, and for an average roof replacement?
2) How many leads you get until you succeed with actual order?

If anybody is ready to provide the actual numbers, we can understand the real situation.
I myself have no prob to pay >$200 for getting a good roof job. So even 5 leads $50 each can be OK. What about you?


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