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7,000 brokers hit as Google closes Finance Leads Online

Lead generation service Finance Leads Online is to close down in early 2013, following a d...

  • Nov 21, 2012
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August leads buck the summer slowdown

While August followed July with a distinct lack of sunshine and summer weather, the summer...

  • Sep 06, 2011
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Summer slowdown fails to appear

Summer didn’t really turn up in July, unfortunately, but the good news for lead buyers w...

  • Aug 11, 2011
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