National TV Campaign Launched by infofree.com, Home of Unlimited Sales Leads
San Mateo, CA, Jan 23, 2013 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) --
infofree.com, the leading provider of unlimited sales leads and mailing lists for only $49.95 per month, has just launched a nationwide television campaign offering a 1-week trial to small businesses and salespeople for only $1. The commercials will run on CNN, Bloomberg, CNBC, ESPN, ESPN2, Fox News, Fox Business, MSNBC, NFL network, and the Golf Channel.
infofree.com has taken the industry by storm by providing unlimited access to its hundreds of databases for one low price. The risk-free 1-week trial allows business owners and salespeople to test-drive the infofree.com product, giving them the ability to search, view, and select from among over 300 million records.
The complete infofree.com database includes:
15 million businesses
20 million executives
12 million business emails
225 million consumers
100 million homeowners
25,000 new businesses per week
50,000 new homeowners per week
Hundreds of specialty selections
"At infofree.com, we want to take the guesswork out of finding new prospects, so that you can focus on turning them into customers. Now we are giving you the chance to try our service for only $1, less than a pack of gum, so that you can see exactly how valuable it will be for your business," says Vin Gupta, Founder of infofree.com.
To try infofree for 1 week for $1, visit http://www.infofree.com/leads or call 877-448-0101 for more information.
About Us: infofree.com(TM) is revolutionizing the sales lead and mailing list industry by providing unlimited search, view, and download of over 15 million business records, 225 million consumers, and hundreds of other specialty databases for the low, flat price of only $49.95 per month or $449 per year. Reach new homeowners, new movers, newlyweds, new businesses, and more!
The infofree.com content is compatible with the following platforms: Oracle CRM, Salesforce CRM, Microsoft CRM, Nutshell CRM, Goldmine CRM, Sage ACT! CRM, Highrise CRM, Zoho CRM, NetSuite CRM, SAP CRM, Constant Contact, RightNow Technologies, Responsys, Vertical Response, and Dun & Bradstreet.
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