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We’ll show you exactly how we get quality leads. The Eco-Leads difference is our unique, proven approach that seeks and attracts quality consumers through reputable well-lit publications. Eco-Leads will never buy leads from third parties. We are an original solar lead source.

Who we are and why do this

Located in San Francisco, Eco-Leads was created, and is run by the green team at Oōtem Advertising. Ootem is an award-winning, independent, full-service advertising agency with decades of experience generating quality leads for national brands, including Quicken Loans, eHarmony, Trend Micro, and Capital One, among others.

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We may never be in your largest source of leads, but our leads are vetted and their information confirmed. We make it easy to work with us. Based on what you want, we design an easy plan that works for everyone.

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