October 26, 2010
Free business leads…what could be better? Instant local workers who want to help you solve whatever problem you have. Why didn’t I know about this service last week when my pipes broke? Whatever you need after submitting a simple request…priceless!
Introducing ImaNeed.com, a free service working to connect you to your local support community. With a free ImaNeed.com account users can enter their request and location and within minutes receive alerts that display people in their area who want to help. Once a request is submitted a local “hero” is contacted and asked to call the person who sent the message via a customized phone number which gives both parties 5 minutes of call time to determine whether they want to move forward with the business – this way, both parties’ privacy is left intact. If you are a registered business responder who added keywords to your profile, any requests that use your keywords will be targeted for you to decide whether you want the business. Let’s say you’re a web designer who only works in HTML5 – after signing up with the HTML5 keyword, any specified requests will go to you. No longer will you have to scale the classified boards for leads. Plus, ImaNeed.com is mobile and web-based, so you can find what you need wherever you are and receive leads on the go.
ImaNeed.com also works as a job board – which in this economy is essential. Post your skills and wait to hear from a neighbor who has the job for you. ImaNeed.com makes it easy to find a good local opportunity. As a small business owner, you can choose when to have your keyword alerts on or off to ensure that you are getting the most out of the service and give your customers the amount of time that they need. Bottom line, it’s free. The only cost to you is if you want to invest in any premium features to be released over time.
ImaNeed.com is actually based in Florida and coming all the way to Chicago to showcase their service at the Tech Cocktail Chicago Fall Mixer Sponsored by Sprint this Thursday, October 28th, at John Barleycorn Wrigleyville, following the Startup Mixology Conference.
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