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#164041 - 05/23/07 03:41 PM Bidclerk.com
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Does anyone have any experience with this site for leads?

You pay a fixed rate per month, but there are no per lead fees.

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#164163 - 05/26/07 12:04 PM Re: Bidclerk.com [Re: Jim M]
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Most of the lead providers, search the public information bases and resell what you can obtain at no charge.

Take a look at this example for public projects:
http://publicnoticeads.com/NJ/search/view.asp?T=PN&id=680\2192007_5863520.HTM

There are also sites for private construction bids.

The smaller jobs are usually sites that attract price shoppers, these may cost more to buy then they are worth.

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