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How to keep your Marketing Lists Clean & Accurate

How to keep your Marketing Lists Clean & Accurate

 The outcome of your B2B marketing campaigns solely depends on the quality of your Emailing / Cold-calling Lists. Yes,  you got to have accurate data if you want to determine the ‘persona’ of your prospects. And you got to have their correct  contact information if you want to reach them. But, does that happen all the time? The answer is a big NO. Companies often struggle to maintain up-to-date and accurate information about their prospects /  customers. In most of…

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How to Update your B2B Marketing Database in no Time

How to Update your B2B Marketing Database in no Time

A complete and up-to-date prospect / customer database is always a great asset and a goldmine for any business. It definitely helps you to grow your business without having to rely on new leads. However, a recent study suggests that a staggering 84% of the marketing databases are barely functional. The study also suggests that 88% of the data did not have the basic information such as industry, company revenue & number of employees, and 64% of the records did…

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eGrabber Hack: 3 more ways to get past Google CAPTCHA blocks

eGrabber Hack: 3 more ways to get past Google CAPTCHA blocks

How often is your Google search blocked by CAPTCHA? If you search Google extensively on a daily basis, you would encounter it quite frequently. Internet researchers, online sourcing experts & marketing pros who use Google to search prospects and candidate profiles face this puzzle challenge thrown by Google. One of the ways I wrote about in the past to get around this challenge was to use a secured Google search, in this blog post But since then, if you have…

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eGrabber hack: Use Secured-Google to get past Google Captcha blocks

eGrabber hack: Use Secured-Google to get past Google Captcha blocks

If you use Google a lot for your prospect-list / candidate-list building / for sourcing candidates, you will encounter a “Google Block” or a “Google Captcha”. This tip shows you a way of getting past the Google block, with one of Google’s own features. A typical Google block looks something like this: In most cases, if you enter the text in the image, you will get past Google’s security measure, and you’ll be shown the results you were searching for….

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