Online Lead Space must 'GO Hispanico' Online in Order to Increase Future Market Share

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Online Lead players can increase online business by cornering Hispanic marketplace, says Leadpile

According to Leadpile, Online Lead players Must “Go Hispanico” in order to give them the best opportunity to increase their future online market share. With many experts believing that the US Hispanic online population is expected to increase to 9.1 million households in 2010 from 6.7 million households in 2005, Online Lead players have an amazing opportunity to build lasting online relationships with famously brand-loyal Hispanic customers for their Company.

According to the US Census department, Hispanics now constitute one-seventh of all people in the United States, and that number is likely to grow. The agency estimated there are 41.3 million Hispanics in the U.S. The bureau does not ask about legal status so its numbers are intended to include everyone. The Hispanic population is projected to nearly triple by 2050 to 92 million, or 24 percent of the total population.

According to the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Hispanic buying power estimates now reach $700 billion, and do no include the revenue generated by the undocumented workers in the United States. The median age for Hispanics is 25.8 years—10 years younger than the median age for the United States as a whole. Leadpile, who has coined a new phrase for Super Kids In Digital Space (called SKIDS), says the internet’s next super consumer are kids growing up in the digital age, like those in the exploding Hispanic marketplace makes for fertile ground for Online Lead Players. Leadpile calls Super Connected Internet Kid, SKID’S, and says the prospects of doing e-commerce with SKID’s in the future is unimaginable.

Andrew Jacob, CEO of says, “Online Lead Players will continue to face more and more competition. Those Companies who understand the power of the Hispanic market will be poised for amazing results. Dedicating an online plan for the Hispanic Consumer can help Companies lower their acquisition costs in the long run. is best known for its own high quality leads, and bold e-commerce predictions. Just last fall, their prediction of 30 billion dollars in online sales for the 2005 Holiday spending season proved true. And many experts who, last summer, scoffed at Leadpile’s unprecedented prediction of 1 trillion in online sales by 2012 seem to be seeing their way clear on the potential of Leadpile’s 2012 prediction.

Andrew Jacob, CEO of Leadpile, says “The Internet Lead Space has been a bifurcated marketplace for too long. Our centralized marketplace, where Buyers and Sellers of Leads meet, is revolutionary, and will take the Online Lead Industry to the next level of efficiency by eliminating multiple layers of Lead Middleman who have driven the cost of Leads to Unprecedented Levels for Lead Buyers. “Our proprietary system allows Buyers and Sellers of leads to engage in the World’s largest and most efficient marketplace. Lead Buyers can now have access to the highest number of quality Lead Sellers in one simple to use location. Lead Sellers can have access to the world’s strongest Lead Buyers who will bid for their high quality leads. For the first time in E-commerce history, a Lead has finally been made into a commodity.” Jacob adds, “We are very pleased to offer an efficient, centralized alternative for Lead Buyers and Sellers to transact business in a more efficient marketplace, than say, a traditional, old-fashioned affiliate marketing program like Commission Junction.” is known as the business man’s “Holy Grail” for its online lead generation services. Leadpile is the leader in the Internet Lead Generation industry. And, with over 2.4 million leads produced and delivered, Leadpile is the World’s Largest Online Lead Marketplace. For more information on the news that is the subject of this release or to interview Andrew Jacob, CEO of Leadpile, visit, or call 877-LEAD-PILE.


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