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From new revenue opportunities to bolstered credibility, business partnerships can open up a world of advantages to those in lead generation. However, such partnerships can also open a business up to risk. It’s important to perform due diligence.

There are many ways to navigate this territory and ensure that a partnership will meet business needs – and compliance. The first step usually involves some basic research, including: How long has the prospective partner been operating? Who are their current partners? Any recent announcements? Information from third parties, like the press, can also provide a different perspective and reveal how the public views the partner in question. And lastly, but most importantly, has the partner ever had any compliance violations? Any changes to regulations that would make the lead generation partner a risky choice?

Learn where to find the answers to these questions and how to best assess risk before entering into a new partnership agreement in our latest piece on LeadsCouncil.

LeadsCouncil Article Link: http://www.leadscouncil.com/the-basics-of-remaining-compliant-in-the-world-of-lead-generation/

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