EMM knows that one size fits all certainly does not apply when it comes to email verification and hygiene services. Every application is different and can be further diversified by company size, geography, and the applicants in house polices. Because of this, Every Market Media has come up with a few standard application “specific” recommendations which are outlined below. Feel free to also contact us with your particular application for one on one advice from a data expert.
Reverse IP Lookup for b2b sales
Reverse IP lookup is a way to discern something about a company so you can sell something to them—which is all well and good. But what exactly, you wisely ask, can I do with this technical topic to drive company sales? In the second of Rick Holmes’s Technical Sessions, you will figure out what reverse IP lookup is good for and why you’d want to bother with mapping anonymous website traffic. Hint: It’s not as anonymous as you think.
And I mean BIG business.
49,653,284 B2B records big.
We are so excited to share that we have finished the largest update to our B2B database in our history, yay!
International guidelines under the guise of the US / EU data protection shield proposed changes are the latest series of laws forcing marketers to ask themselves if this is another over-broad round like Canadian legislation CASL. Will these changes govern all electronic communication and leave the only marketing choice for B2B marketers as one of explicit consent only?
How to stop problems before they start by knowing the application
How many times has a customer purchased a B2B or B2C email list from you, loaded it into Mailchimp, been locked out for ToS violation, then complained to you about the delivery of the records after Mailchimp locks them out?
Has your marketing company considered using an email data compiler to help you target your ads and email marketing campaigns? If not, then you are missing out!
They are an excellent idea for many reasons, not only do they have phenomenal data specificity, the science of analytics has also made tremendous leaps in recent years. The result is that working with a data compiler can seriously broaden your horizons in digital advertising, putting your ads in front of the right eyeballs, at the right time, and yielding measurable results.
Bad news, sales teams: it’s not practical to reach out to 100,000 prospects in the same industry. Not even if you’re making as many cold calls a day as humanly possible.
You have to whittle down the list. The best way to do that is with an ideal customer profile (ICP). You can look at creating an ICP like professional editing in movies or literature. You throw all the fluff out and boil it down to the most essential elements. That’s what Acquirent does on behalf of their clients.
So you’ve got a big email list laying around. At least a couple hundred thousand emails. It’s old, or perhaps its origin has not been well documented.
Or maybe you’ve seen the recent stat from Briteverify that says 7% of input emails have typos and 10 – 15% contain invalid email addresses.
No matter the case, when you’re dealing with a large email data set that contains a high percentage of un-deliverable emails, paying to remove known bad or risky emails with a top dollar cleansing service is hurting your ROI.
Sales intelligence can transform your sales and marketing departments—if you know how to use it right.
No matter whether you’re a small, medium, or gigantic business, sales intelligence is focused on how to make sales reps more effective and more efficient.
It can save you from a lot more than cold calling or mass emails. In this episode of the Corporate Data Show, Michael Levy, the Principal of GZ Consulting, defines, describes, and debates how sales intelligence can position your company for growth.
In every market, there are ideal customers. Unfortunately, they’re all different. It’s how you market to differing clientele that sets you apart.
This week on The Corporate Data Show, we interviewed Sean Kester, from SalesLoft, which was founded to help in-house sales professionals be the best they can be in their jobs.