Lead generation

How can I get a list of all businesses in Austin who have a website?

Jerry Bowerman Chief Executive Officer at sonarDesign, Inc.

April 27th, 2015

We have a cloud service where businesses can create interactive, engaging content that has the production value of video at a fraction of the cost. It works on any screen with a modern browser. We have initial traction selling it to businesses in Austin (where we are located) that haven't updated their site for a while. We've exhausted our personal networks and need a way to reach a lot more Austin companies. 

Jerry Bowerman Chief Executive Officer at sonarDesign, Inc.

April 27th, 2015

George Lambert - great set of ideas, thank you!
Justin McGill - checking out the site. thanks!

George Lambert Interim CTO - CTO's for Hire

April 27th, 2015

If you want to extend your awareness in a positive way, let people know you are new and different. You might want to gather a list of "small talk radio stations in the area - and then send the show producers a description of how your local business is unique and how people are using it." If you can get some traction - you could end up with some "radio media" 

Start looking for groups to partner with like BNI.  Ask your clients for referrals. 

George Lambert Interim CTO - CTO's for Hire

April 27th, 2015


Here is an API for doing queries against a WHOIS Database - if you have a developer

https://whoapi.com/api-live-demo.html


Justin McGill Founder of LeadFuze (All-in-One B2B Lead Generation Platform)

April 27th, 2015

With www.LeadFuze.com we are able to target businesses with websites. Might be worth checking out.

George Lambert Interim CTO - CTO's for Hire

April 27th, 2015

Great Question. How much do you want to spend? 

Are you looking for "Free Services" 

Do you have a more specific criteria that "all businesses?" 
What is the profile of the "ACTUAL IDEAL BUSINESS?" 

I would start with a Search of google by Austin Zipcodes. 
Online Yellow Pages 
4Square Location API for Retail establishments
Facebook Locations also can be helpful 
You could get a list of "registered businesses" 

If you want "Registered Domains" you could take a look at this site.

https://www.whoisxmlapi.com/whois-database-download.php

George Lambert Interim CTO - CTO's for Hire

April 27th, 2015

http://businessdirectory.bizjournals.com/austin 

http://www.txbiz.org/search

http://www.thecityofaustin.com/

http://members.austinchamber.com/search

http://austin.tx.nww.net/