Leads.inc was conceptualized over a period of several years, launching in mid 2019. The business project is focused on real-time dynamic lead generation from multiple sources under constant, persistent optimization. Leads are provided in distinct pricing tiers and can be customized to automatically post or deliver to buyer CRM or other databases.

For lead buyers without CRM or custom databases, leads can be posted through integrations such as Zapier or automate.io webhooks, sent instantly by our proprietary software to an email address, by SMS or to other destinations.


Michael Silberman

Mr. Silberman was previously the co-founder of Quepasa Corporation (now known as MeetMe) (Nasdaq Stock Market: MEET), the first major online community for U.S. Hispanics, NASDAQ IPO 1999. Grew from 4 employees to over 100 and a market value of $500 million. Oversaw capital raises, registration statements, roadshows. In 2002, took over as a re-start and sold 2006 to billionaire investor, former Governor of Florida, Rick Scott.

Investors included pop-star Gloria Estefan, Sony, Football hero John Elway, basketball star Jason Kidd and Telemundo LLC. Board of Directors included Jerry Colangelo, former owner of the Phoenix Suns basketball team and the Arizona Diamondbacks baseball team, Jose Maria Figueres, ex-President of Costa Rica, William Seidman, BDO Seidman founder, former head of RTC and Chief Business commentator for CNBC.

From Jan. 2012 to October 2016, Mr. Silberman oversaw agency staff performing full funnel builds, Facebook Instagram Ad Campaigns, Snapchat, Twitter, Pinterest, Spotify, LinkedIn, Reddit Campaigns, Content Management, Blogging, Email Marketing, Podcasts, Explainer Videos, Strategy, SEO/SEM.

From 1997 to 1999, Mr. Silberman served as CFO Retrospettiva, Inc., a leading private label apparel manufacturer. Capital raises, formation, registration statements and filings, roadshows leading to NASDAQ IPO. “Business Week” magazine, in its 1997 yearly survey, ranked Retrospettiva fifth in the US in return-on-investment category and 16th in fastest growing category.

Mr. Silberman earned his MBA in Finance, Marketing and Operations from the Anderson School of Management at the University of California, Los Angeles. He is a Certified Public Accountant in California as well as a CFE/Certified Fraud Examiner. He has worked extensively in the Hollywood film and finance industries.

Board of Directors

JEFFREY S. PETERSON was the original founder of Quepasa Corporation, a Nasdaq and New York Stock Exchange traded public company (Nasdaq: QPSA, NYSE Euronext: QPSA) that was the first nationally branded, publicly traded online community for English and Spanish speaking Hispanics in the USA.Under Peterson’s leadership, during a period of approximately ten years commencing at the dawn of the .COM “internet boom” of the late 1990’s, Quepasa became a nationally known public company while achieving a peak stock market capitalization in excess of $450 million.

Mr. Peterson is a lifelong software engineer and data architect who has received national and international media attention for his accomplishments in the technology sector. Key investors in Quepasa included institutional investors Sony Corp., Fidelity, Telemundo, football star John Elway, Gateway Computer Company (now a subsidiary of Acer) and pop superstar Gloria Estefan. Quepasa was continually ranked as the #1 U.S. Hispanic online community, beating competitors Starmedia and Yahoo! en Español in competitive rankings. At Quepasa, Peterson was the largest single shareholder and held the positions of Founder, CEO, Chairman, President, and Chief Technology Officer.

in 2012 Quepasa changed its name to MeetMe.com and continued trading on the Nasdaq Stock Market. MeetMe subsequently acquired the Skout, Tagged, and hi5 social networks. 

BRIAN LU is a Venture Partner with Infinity Ventures in Taiwan overseeing a variety of investment funds. Mr. Lu’s primary focus is a $300 million venture fund focused on early stage founders disrupting technology markets.

Mr. Lu previously served as Director of Business Development and on the Board of Directors of Quepasa Corporation, the first nationally-branded Social Network for Hispanics in the USA which grew to a size of 40 million active users before it was sold to Rick Scott, a Florida investor, shortly before Mr. Scott became Governor of Florida in 2011.

Additionally Mr. Lu is a Venture Partner in Hive Ventures, a seed to early stage investment fund with a focus on AI, IOT, Blockchain and its applications across the Greater China & SEA regions.

HONG LU is the co-founder of UTStarcom, a global telecom infrastructure provider headquartered in Hong Kong. Mr. Lu is a a Chinese-born, American-educated entrepreneur. Mr. Lu is the immediate past Chairman of SOFTBANK China Venture Capital. 

SOFTBANK is known for its leadership by founder Masayoshi Son. It now owns operations in broadband, e-commerce; internet; technology services; finance; media and marketing, and semiconductor design. SOFTBANK was ranked in the Forbes Global 2000 list as the 36th largest public company in the world, and the 2nd largest publicly traded company in Japan after Toyota. SOFTBANK is the largest shareholder in China’s Alibaba Group Holdings and is currently the most active technology investor in the world, recently buying significant stakes in Nvidia, Slack, Uber, and WeWork.