We have made the Pro extremely easy to use. With eMail-Prospector Pro you can:
You can find the notes here https://www.egrabber.com/blog/it-documentation-for-egrabber-product-installations/ any further questions contact us at [email protected] and we would be happy to help.
With eMail-Prospector Pro you can find Business Email Addresses of 4000 contacts. This means, you can capture, import, paste, or type in a name and company and Find Business Email Address for 4000 people.
There’s also a Append Web Domain limit of 20% more (that's 4,800). When you enter a company and we cannot find a web domain, we do not deduct that from your credit - instead we count that in the Append Web Domain limit.
You also get these complementary:
* Your CRM / ATS provider could have their own limitations on how many you can transfer to them per day. That has to do with the license you purchased from them.
You have a couple of options:
Thorough Internet Research goes into finding Business Email Addresses for you. We want *You* to be confident which email addresses are going to get delivered, which ones *might* get delivered and which ones will never get delivered. So we color them differently.
Here’s a screenshot of different status and colors you will see.
We recommend that you DEFINITELY use 1 & 2.
We recommend you NOT to use 4.
We recommend you use 3 only if you feel that taking the risk is worth the reward for you.
If you like technical details, here’s what you’ll want to know:
1-Deliverable (High) : The email address has been validated with that company’s email server and is a valid email account.
2- Deliverable (Medium) : The email address has been projected based on a statistical analysis of the email patterns of that company / Co-Worker’s email addresses, but the company’s email server refuses to verify or deny if email is correct.
3- Probable : The email address was projected. A handful of co-worker email addresses are available on the Internet, if any. Also, the company’s email server refuses to verify or deny if email is correct.
4-Invalid : The email address has been checked with that company’s email server. They say it’s 'Not a real email address.
When you use the "Append Email" or "Append Phone" buttons, the first step that both buttons perform is to search for the Web Domain of the company you have provided. If you have given only a name and company, the product spends resources to search for the correct web domain of the company. There are cases when you have no idea whether the company you have input into the product has a web domain, so to take care of that uncertainty you face, we have separated the Append Email and the Append Web Domain counts, plus with every license, you get extra Append Web Domain to tide over this issue - up to 20% extra. So if you have a few records which don't have a company domain, that will not reduce your Append Email count - thus saving you money. That's why a separate Append Web Domain counter exists.
So, when you use the "Append Email" on one record in the product grid and an email appears on the grid, two counters will be reduced: The Append Email and the Append Web Domain. Both will be reduced, irrespective of the final Email Rating on the grid, since the product has already spent resources researching the email. The Verify Email count will not be reduced.
However, if the "Append Email" cannot find the Web Domain of the company you have provided, then only the Append Web Domain will be reduced. Append Email count will not change. The Verify Email count will not change.
When you use "Append Phone", it uses only one count, that is the Append Web Domain count.
If you use "Append Selected" and choose to append both email and phone, this is the best combination for you since it utilizes only one Append Email and one Append Web Domain count.
The "Verify Email" counts will only be used when you use the Verify Email button inside the product.
You should avoid giving Append Email and Phone too many records of companies that do not exist. If those companies do not have a web domain, you will lose your Append Web Domain count and get nothing in return. If your Append Web Domain count gets exhausted, then you can only refill by purchasing this plugin. Any balance Append Email count you have will be forfeit.
|Find Email Count||Append Web Domain Count||Grab List Count||Verify Email Count|
|When you use the Trial Edition||50||60||100||5|
|When you purchase an Annual License||4000||4800||8000||400|
|When you Purchase an Add Appends plugin, the amounts that get refilled||2000||2400||4000||200|
|Here are the counts that get reduced when you run the product:|
|When you use "Find Email" on 1 record||-1||-1||0||0|
|When you use "Find Phone" on 1 record||0||-1||0||0|
|When you use "Find Website" on 1 record||0||-1||0||0|
|When you use "Find Selected" on 1 record||-1||-1||0||0|
|When you use "Verify Email" on 1 record||0||0||0||-1|
|When you click "Grab List"||0||0||(as many records are added to the grid)||0|
|When you click "Capture"
(single record capture)
|LeadGrabber Pro||eMail-Prospector Pro|
|Pricing||$5,495 for 60K Leads||$1,195|
|Volume needs||LeadGrabber is designed for maximum 35,000 records a year, per license||eMail-Prospector is designed for 4000 emails a year, per license|
|Multiple Folder management?||Has multiple folders to manage many lists||Has one grid, which holds 10,000 records maximum|
|Ability to Flip pages during Grab (AutoNext)||AutoNext is available as a separate paid plugin||AutoNext is free|
|Append Commands available||Find Email
Find Decision Maker (additional paid plugin)
Find TimeZone (free)
|Can be extended to support more websites? (through Custom developed Drivers)||Yes||No|
|Duplicate check for Contacts||Yes||No|
If you do not unregister the product, it is not possible to register again.
** Works with Professional, Enterprise, Unlimited editions; provided you have not removed the contact fields your Salesforce.com came configured with. And does not work with Contact Manager and Team/Group edition.
In case you need training for your whole team, you can let us know when you call us at support.
Reasons for Accuracy Errors:
The answer to following one question, almost always determines if you would embrace projected emails:
Which of these two lists do you prefer to work with?
If you answered you prefer the 50% connect-list, because you can reach more people, then you will love our projected email feature. Generally for the aggressive marketers, the risks outweigh the rewards.
If you said, I prefer to only work with 100% certain emails, then you would use only the emails FOUND on the Internet by our software
The accuracy of the projected emails is dependent on how consistent companies you prospect are in issuing similar IDs to all their employees. Most companies like to follow a pattern such as [email protected] or [email protected] and so on for such companies, the projection works well.
In some companies, employees are allowed to figure out their own email-id, When projecting email-id of these companies, there is a high probability that the projection would be wrong.
Better ROI on Projected
Your chance of response on a projected email is 2x to 3x higher than the found by going after the projected emails. That's because you are reaching people your competitors are not.
These projected emails are hidden. Your competition gave up & you didn’t. So get rewarded.
Our projected emails are 2x more accurate than an in-house researcher
If you have an in-house researcher, we can guarantee our projection is going to be 2x better than their projection. That's because we sample 10x more pages to get a email pattern
Be Safe, be like everyone else
If your goal is 100% accuracy, you would want to just stick to 1 & 2 rated VALID emails.
Else, be Prudent, Stand a chance of winning High
If you are willing to be Business-prudent and take a calculated risk, You would use the 3-rated Probable for 50% accuracy and 6-rated Low Probable for 33% accuracy.
We drink our own Kool-Aid
We have been using projected emails for ages.
We have have first-hand experience - we reach people that our competitors have not reached yet.
We are looking at the glass full part, not the glass empty part.