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Following our outings at LeadsCon and Affiliate Summit, TheMail was in Denver last month hosting our very own affiliate meetup where we were able to network with and interview a number of industry leaders. One of the interviews that we were able to shoot was with LinkTrust’s Bret Grow, who talked to us about his company and the recent update to their lead generation platform.

“We actually started out doing lead management about 10 years ago, and we actually built and released our second generation lead management system, just here about four or five weeks ago, and it’s fully integrated with our CPA and CPO and CPC tracking and affiliate management software,” Bret told us. “Version two has everything in regard to capturing, filtering, validation and distribution of leads, so it is a different niche than just doing regular pixel tracking, but it’s an expansion onto many companies, onto what they’re already doing.”

To learn more about LinkTrust’s latest lead generation/management software, tune into the full interview at the top of the page and make sure to visit their website at http://www.linktrust.com.

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Murray Newlands

Murray Newlands is an online marketing industry veteran, and the founder of TheMail.

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