If you're having trouble finding the data you're looking for, watch the tutorial videos to ensure you're using the filters correctly or reach out to our Support team at firstname.lastname@example.org
Daily we are inputting roughly 135,000 new records… these records include B2B online data from sources like LinkedIn, B2C local business from sources like Google My Business and online Ecommerce data from Shopify and Klayvio.
These emails lead to a high burn rate of blacklist rate within your email sending account. Since they cannot be validated easily, we have removed them by default.
Yes… we have taken the time to real-time clean thousands of emails and remove AOL, COMCAST and YAHOO accounts which traditionally have led to problems with deliverability.
As of March 17th, 2022, landlines and cell phones are not parsed into two categories… by June 1st, 2022 we expect to add phone “type” validation into the tool.
Yes… please email email@example.com for custom pricing.
Depending on the data source, we have over 20 different data points. Most records have first name, last name, phone, email, company, job title, company size, city, state, country and LinkedIn profile.
We have multiple tiered plans starting at $99 and up. Our standard plan as of March 17th, 2022 is 30,000 records per month, including cleaning.
All records have emails… that is our unique field. Phone numbers are currently available for roughly 15% of the whole database… certain subsets of data such as realtors have as high as 80% phone numbers.
Yes! We pull most of our brick and mortar data from Yelp, and Google My Business… in some instances, we also have the google reviews of the local businesses.
Yes! We have a comprehensive set of data points for eCommerce stores. This data includes average revenue, product types, age of store, industry and products.
Most people are using this data in 3 ways….
1. Email outreach to prospects.
2. SMS and phone calls.
3. Custom audience building for ads on YouTube, Facebook and TikTok.
Yes… you can. However, everyone will be able to see each other’s searches