LeadFlash to Expand into Sub-prime Lending to Hispanics and Education


December 6, 2006
LeadFlash to Expand into Sub-prime Lending to Hispanics and Education


LeadFlash, based in Delray Beach, FL, is a performance based advertising network looking to expand its Hispanic activities.


“We are a company that puts our affiliate publishers first. Our experience and understanding across various financial industries, such as cash advance loans, credit repair and debt consolidation, have helped us to recognize the highest converting offers, providing publishers with the maximum potential revenue,” says Roxanne Gonzalez, affiliate sales manager at LeadFlash.

For advertisers, LeadFlash solves customer acquisition needs while avoiding the climbing costs of both traditional and new media. With LeadFlash one is now able to grow one's business at a fixed cost, lowering one's advertising expenses and increasing one's customer base. “We operate the highest quality network of lead generating websites and can customize a solution that fills one's specific needs,” says Gonzalez.


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