ScopeLeads is a new product from Lior Ohayon and Todd Spears that has been created to allow those who are involved with SEO to identify potential leads by analysing their online presence.
What does the product offer?
ScopeLeads is something that is rather interesting to me in so much as I genuinely don’t recall ever having seen a product like it. Sometimes, this is for a reason but as I will explore, in this case, I think Lior Ohayon and Todd Spears may be on to a winner. Essentially, ScopeLeads has been designed to help people to find and identify sales leads in the SEO sector.
The software searches Google and looks at what online presence local businesses have. It then provides you with the analysis results and it is then up to you to contact that business and offer your services.
The software is completely online and as such, can be used from anywhere in the world. Lior Ohayon and Todd Spears have even set ScopeLeads up so that you can filter out companies that require specific things such as social media presence or their organic rankings.
How does the product work?
When you make a search with ScopeLeads, it lists for you everything that you need to know about that business’ online profile.
This is presented in the form of a “digital audit” which you can then use to not just analyse the needs of a business, but also send to them to show the need for your service. You then offer your services as an SEO expert and in theory, you can then close a deal to provide your services to them.
What is the initial investment?
The price of ScopeLeads is by far and away one of the biggest downsides. At the time of writing Lior Ohayon and Todd Spears are asking for a rather eye watering $67 per month.
This does come with a 30 day money back guarantee however as it is sold through JVZoo, you will have to claim this from the vendor directly.
What is the rate of return?
The sales material for ScopeLeads suggests that you can start out by charging “as little” as $750 – $1,500 for a “few hours work”. The headlining figure however is that a single client can be worth $2,000 per month to you.
Unfortunately, there isn’t really any evidence to back this up.
Honestly, I find it a shame that ScopeLeads is so expensive as this is a decent looking product and something that I think would be beneficial to a lot of people involved in SEO.
The problem that I have is simply that at $67 per month, you are paying out a lot for something that is providing you with leads, but not necessarily sales. This is particularly important to consider when you think that the sales side of things is essentially cold calling.
All things considered, if you are heavily invested in an SEO business, then you may want to trial ScopeLeads from which you can tell if it fits your business. I don’t however see this being something that is for everyone at all though.