PRLog - Jul. 9, 2014 - IRVINE, Calif. -- Contactability VP of Marketing and Business Development, Michael Orefice announced that the Leads Council has published his article, “How Lead Generation Can Survive ObamaCare.” The article is available for free on the LeadsCon Website.
The article was written to encourage businesses in the lead ecosystem to be proactive in order to thrive during the continued implementation of ObamaCare and the ever changing healthcare environment. The article recommends that the lead generation industry closely monitor what is happening and take proactive steps to get ahead of the changes.
“Lead quality is essential for the continued success of the health insurance lead industry” said Orefice, “quality is necessary at every step of the process from acquiring the lead to writing the policy.”
This article is the second in a series of articles that is being published by the Leads Council in partnership with Contactability. The article is designed to encourage debate and dialogue within the online lead industry while fostering progressive change.
“We favor a diverse online lead industry that is focused on quality,” said Michael Ferree, LeadsCouncil Director, “we encourage the community of partners and competitors to be active and engaged with one another. The online leads industry must be a participant in the larger economy and we are happy to provide a platform for discussion and debate.”
The Leads Council is an independent association, whose members are companies in the online lead generation space from buyers to sellers, technology solution providers and investment professionals. All members are united in a common goal of promoting best practices and fostering trust regardless of vertical. To obtain a copy of the article, go to http://www.leadscon.com/
Contactability provides a variety of products and services in the online lead generation space. The products include a cloud-based CRM, internet lead warm transfer service, online lead generation and lead generating websites for small businesses. To learn more about Contactability, go to http://contactability.com or call 877-323-7750.