Experts always advise to build your own lists. To build B2B companies list with contact information, you have to first identify the industry, then the companies in that industry, followed by shortlisting those companies that meet your criteria (revenue, number of people, location and so on), and finally identify the names of decision makers along with their contact details. You can easily imagine how laborious and time-consuming this task is.
For example, if you want to build a list of 1000 companies you need to spend several hours or more on the Internet. This is where a B2B list building software such as LeadGrabber Pro can be handy.
LeadGrabber Pro is a powerful B2B lead generation software that helps you to build B2B companies list with contact information in no time. The B2B lead generation software enables you to build B2B companies lists from social and professional networking sites based on the industry, location, company size, revenue, etc.
Once you have the B2B company list, the software enables you to find top decision makers in those companies in a click.
For example, if you want to find CEOs of those companies, the B2B lead generation software helps you to easily and effortlessly find people with CEO titles.
What’s more, you can even append business email address and phone numbers of decision makers as well.
The software performs deep-web searches and finds verified business email addresses and phone numbers of decision makers.
Once the B2B company list is ready, you can transfer the list to Salesforce.com, PCRecruiter, ACT! and your Excel spreadsheet in a single click.
LeadGrabber helps you to easily and effortlessly build B2B companies list with contact information. It helps you to save a lot of your time and focus more on reaching your prospects.
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