(PRWEB) October 05, 2012
The marketing and preferred provider staff of LivingSenior.com, headed by James Connolly, recently announced their open call and expansion for senior communities. This expansion will include special benefits for senior living, retirement and assisted living communities that sign on with the preferred provider program. In a recent discussion regarding LivingSenior.com expansion, Mr. Connolly discussed the benefits of the preferred provider program and what the open scouting call means for senior retirement communities.
“This open scouting call will help to bring a significant amount of senior living communities on board to our preferred provider program. The benefits of the program are far reaching for those communities and senior service providers that choose to sign on. One of the key benefits is with our quality leads program. For senior communities and service providers who come on board with LivingSenior we will offer our pre-screened quality senior leads. These leads are screened not only for basic quality of the lead but also for the type of lead and even specific niches of senior communities. This means that if a senior community has specific programs they can be matched with the seniors who need those programs rather than random seniors who may just need assisted living or retirement communities.”
The preferred provider program is one that has been in the works with LivingSenior.com for several months. Two important aspects make it stand apart from similar programs. The first aspect is with the provider list itself. Instead of only accepting senior living communities the site also accepts in-home care providers, caregivers, senior living services programs and even senior service businesses. The second aspect that allows the LivingSenior Preferred Provider program to stand apart from similar programs is the connection with quality leads.
The quality pre-screened leads are manually screened. This means that seniors actually receive contact from a LivingSenior staff member. The senior is asked various questions to determine what their true needs are. They are then placed in a pre-screened lead program to be matched with the senior care providers or services that fit all or the vast majority of their needs. The members of the preferred provider program have first line access to these leads. It has been described as a win-win situation for seniors and businesses.