B2B sales · Databases

Is there a less expensive alternative to Sales Genie?

Haya Levine Independent Medical Practice Professional

July 14th, 2015

I used the free trial for Sales Genie, a service that lets you access large data bases of US businesses. I then discovered that there were large extra fees to access the e-mail addresses of the companies I was researching. 

Does anyone know of a less expensive alternative? 

I'm looking for lists of businesses with e-mail addresses to market my B2B product. I'd like to be able to filter the lists by business field and size. 
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Jofin Joseph Lead data diagnostics at Vibe

March 18th, 2016

Hey, 

Our lead prospecting service at Vibe generates fresh quality leads with a human + technology - hybrid process to ensure scale and quality of data. Please let me know if you would like to try. 

- Jofin 

Jym North Executive Education / Marketing Toolkits / Team Masterminds / Unique NonProfit Fund-Raising / Writing / Mentor Startups

July 14th, 2015

I use ZoomInfo Community Edition first.  You can offer unique email addresses in your own database to them and in return they offer you an equal number of free searches.  They only use your addresses to update their database.

Jason Bapna

July 14th, 2015

Try data.com/connect - it's basically a give one get one contact model, but you get some for free a month. It's been a while since I've used it, but may be worth checking out

Vishal Kapoor

July 14th, 2015

Hi Haya,

You can try manta.com, hoovers.com and even LinkedIn. Even some times website domain information may help (try WhoIs).

Connect on LinkedIn with your prospects.

Some sources on internet sell targeted email marketing database as well 

Matt Froehlich Founder & Consultant at Taktion Consulting

July 15th, 2015

Hovers charges about $4k and I've found a lot of errors I their data. 

Jason Gorham Corporate Executive Recruiter at Aflac

July 14th, 2015

You could also use http://www.netprospex.com/

SHARIQUE NISAR Aspiring Entrepreneur | Researcher | Analyst

March 18th, 2016

Try and use professional support who can generate quality fresh leads which can do the trick for you. A lot of these databases have outdated information and even for the correct information, mostly all sales professional use them. Thus, the chances of conversion is very low. By professional support, you can get the leads as per your criteria. Try www.marketquotient.com