LeadGen

The Lead Generation (LeadGen) is a set of add-ons that provide access to a database of more than 85 million businesses and individuals across different niches. Here you can easily find people and companies interested in your services and take a closer look at their contact details. Basically, it is your go-to database of potential customers. All the data found in this database is obtained from open sources.

The Lead Generation (LeadGen) section contains 3 add-ons:

  • LinkedIn Leads
  • Crawler Leads 
  • Facebook Groups

Consider our LeadGen add-ons to easily find your potential clients.

LinkedIn Leads

This section contains over 65 million LinkedIn profiles. That means you no longer need to manually search for leads on LinkedIn. Use this database and filters instead to get a targeted contact list for your sales or email marketing campaign.

The LinkedIn Leads section allows you to filter the data by:

  • Query (e.g., a skill, language, job position, etc.)
  • Country
  • Email
  • Skill
  • Position
  • Status

You can mark the leads you’ve already handled by selecting their status. To do this, click on the circle in the box to change its color:

  • White – the leads you haven’t handled yet.
  • Blue – the leads you have already handled.

To filter the contacts by whether they come with phone numbers/email addresses or not, check the corresponding boxes.

Example:
Let’s say you’re looking for web developers who have great SEO skills and whose profiles come with phone numbers. In this case, your query will look something like this:

  • Query: Web developer
  • Skill: SEO

You will also need to check the “With phone number” box.

Let’s say you want to send partnership proposal letters to some marketing managers of China-based companies. In this case, your query will look something like this:

  • Query: Marketing Manager
  • Country: China
    Optionally, you can use additional filters:
  • Skill: Marketing, SEO

You will also need to check the “With mail” box.

Facebook Groups

Facebook Groups is a segmented source of new business leads on Facebook. To find a relevant group, search by specific words that make up the sought-after group’s name. You can use this data for your Facebook marketing campaigns and interact with your potential customers directly.

When using the Facebook Groups section, you can filter the data by:

  • Group name (full name or its parts)
  • Group link
  • Privacy option (private or public)
  • Number of members (enter the number of members that you want the sought-after groups to have at the very least)
  • Number of group posts (enter the number of posts that you want the sought-after groups to have at the very least)

Crawler Leads

The Crawler Leads section provides you with access to an ever-increasing database of more than 20 million websites across different niches. You can add thousands of websites to your lead database and filter them by relevant keywords, city, Google rankings, the number of pages on the SERP, and more. Target your sales campaign directly to your potential customers without wasting time on aimless searches on the web. The Crawler Leads is your ultimate source of new leads.

This section comes with the widest range of filter options (you can either combine several filters or use them one by one):

  • Site (search by the full name or its parts)
    You can use special characters (“*” or “?”) to narrow down the results of your query.
    • By using the *shop* query, you can search for website names that have characters before and after the word “shop”.
      E.g., bestshopever.com, shopbestprice.com, bestshop.com
    • By using the *shop query, you can search for website names in which the word “shop” is at the end.
      E.g., sitename.shop
    • By using the ????shop?????? query, you can search for website names with the exact number of characters before and after the word “shop”. The number of question marks refers to the exact number of characters, including periods and dashes.
      E.g., bestshopclub.us
  • Query(search by complete and partial matches at the website content level)
  • City
  • Name, Email, Phone number (search by all contact details or only some of them, like a country calling code)
    Use special characters (“*” or “?”) to narrow down the results of your query.
  • Domain zone (.com, .net, .org, etc.)
  • Google Analytics code
    Use special characters (“*” or “?”) to narrow down the results of your query.
  • Domain zone (.com, .net, .org, etc.)
  • Google Analytics code
    Use special characters (“*” or “?”) to narrow down the results of your query.
  • Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, VK, YouTube
    Use special characters (“*” or “?”) to narrow down the results of your query.
  • Who is (private or publicly available contact information)
  • Title length (minimum)
  • Internal links and External links (minimum)
  • Keywords from (minimum)
  • Keywords to (minimum)
  • H1, H2, H3, H4, H5 headings on website pages (minimum)
    The results of your query will show up in a table. By default (when no additional filters are used), the following information will make its way into the table:
  • Site (this is a website name that also serves as a link)
  • Links (these are links to relevant Dashboard pages)
    • Keywords on top
    • Best pages
  • Top 100 (this is the total number of keywords that rank on TOP SERPs)
  • HTML (this is a part of the website content that includes the word you’ve entered in the “Query” filter)
  • Score (this is how well the given website is optimized to rank on SERPs)
  • Actions (this covers content and info subsections)
  • Status (Checked/Not checked)

Please note: The column with additional information will show up only if the corresponding filter is used.

You can mark the leads you’ve already handled by selecting their status. To do this, click on the circle in the box to change its color:

  • White – the leads you haven’t handled yet
  • Blue – the leads you have already handled

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