The Caller Meetup.
Connecting & Growing the Call Marketing Space.
August 12th, 5-8pm
Elsie Rooftop, 1412 Broadway, NYC
One Day, Where Pay Per Call Grows
Aug 12th, 2019
5pm - 8pm
The Caller Meetup was created to fill a void in the performance marketing event industry. Year over year the pay per call industry showed tremendous growth yet there was no centralized community of pay per call professionals. Out of this absence, the Caller Meetup was born.
The Caller Meetup is the first event to bring together all profiles in the pay per call industry, ranging from major brands down to individual affiliates.
Connecting with major brands, leading agencies, and most skilled marketers shouldn't be difficult.
At the Caller Meetup, it's not difficult. You simply need to show up.
This bi-annual event takes place in Las Vegas and New York City during each of the Affiliate Summits. Pay per call is becoming a dominant force in the performance marketing space and The Caller Meetup is growing alongside that.
Created by industry veterans in pay per call marketing with one mission in mind, to increase engagement within pay per call to grow all players.
DONT WAIT, RSVP NOW & COME HAVE AN AMAZING TIME!
The Call Industry
What is Pay Per Call?
Pay Per Call or Inbound Call Marketing is a form of advertising that allows brands and advertisers to connect exclusively with a lead, as compared to traditional lead gen which requires significant outreach and competition among other lead buyers.
For affiliates, pay per call allows affiliates to establish long-term, evergreen campaigns that are always in demand.
For brands, pay per call provides qualified consumers with the highest intent among any form of lead generation, which leads to higher close rates and a lower cost per acquisition.
For agencies, the traditional methods of lead generation are becoming more and more difficult to scale with quality. Offering pay per call as a feature to your business allows you to deliver higher quality customers to your clients along with scale without compromising quality.