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Identify the perfect franchise for you! Take our short quiz Take our free franchise quiz!
Identify the perfect franchise for you! Take our short quiz Take our free franchise quiz!

Franchise Leadership & Development: Portal Leads VS Broker Leads 

Are you a franchisor looking for franchisees? There are different routes to take when looking for the right resources for franchise leads.

  • Portal Leads
  • Broker Leads

But first what are portal leads and broker leads, and is the best route to take for the best outcome?

Portal leads are developed in a business website that strives to provide franchisors with the best leads to find franchisees. Why are these desirable? Portals are one of the highest producing channels to receive leads. 70% of those who submit through portal websites end up at the franchisor’s site and 41% then submit again.


Now, what about broker leads? Broker leads help find the potential franchisees and match them with the correct franchising opportunities. Technically connecting a buyer and seller. Broker leads can be on the pricier side compared to website portals. Brokers tend to need to have a larger marketing spend over portal leads.

With websites like us at FranchiseHelp, we help provide the largest volume of franchise leads in the entire industry. Best-in-class lead generation from the savviest engineers, and results-driven support.

FranchiseHelp is woven into the Fabric of Franchising. 

Rebecca Holmboe Marketing Manager
How Do You Pay for a Franchise?

Whether you’re purchasing a whopper from Burger King or joining the Burger King franchise system, the old mantra holds true: there’s no such thing as a free lunch. When you first get started running a franchise you need to pay a fee to allow you to enter into that franchise. These fees are the largest fees that you will normally pay a franchisor and typically range between $5,000 and $1,000,000 depending on the franchise. The franchisor charges this fee as a way to recoup the costs of expanding the franchise and to continue to grow. From a franchisee perspective, this is a major outlay and can take a long time to make back, but is a necessary step. Aspiring business owners must understand how much capital is available to them so they can ascertain how much they can afford. The cash you have at your disposal is known as liquidity, and there are numerous ways to increase your liquidity above the balance in your bank account. As a result, many people don’t realize how much capital they actually can use for investments, like launching a franchise branch. We’ll run through some of those methods below.

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