Cold Calling Database List - Where To Find?

by Phobia 6 replies
Ok, I'm getting frustrated at the lists I'm obtaining. Currently I have someone scraping the Yellowpages here in Australia for random businesses without a website (my target market) within a zip region.

It's either, the business already has a website but didn't list it on YP, or I get fax numbers, diverted numbers to residential or just plain wrong numbers.

Is there a website or place where I can buy lists that are 'clean' and fit my criteria?
#offline marketing #database #find #list
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  • Profile picture of the author Ken_Stone
    Hi Phobia,

    Am about to send you a PM in just a minute.

    Regards,
    Ed

    Edit: PM sent.
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  • Profile picture of the author Ron20
    H Phobia,

    I would recommend that you get Mobile Renegade by Ken which is an amazing software that scrapes the yellow pages. You can find it for sale on this forum. I am in no way affiliated with it but have been using it with very good results.
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  • Profile picture of the author Rearden
    Best list -- the one you've created yourself.

    A lot of the data in lists are purposely BS'd to deflect telemarketing, ie, DNB data on officers, etc.

    Door knock 20-30 different businesses a day a year, you'll have somewhere between 4800 and 7800 business names, complete with decision makers' names, competitive data, and appropriate follow-up information.
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    • Profile picture of the author PanteraIM
      Originally Posted by Rearden View Post

      Best list -- the one you've created yourself.

      A lot of the data in lists are purposely BS'd to deflect telemarketing, ie, DNB data on officers, etc.

      Door knock 20-30 different businesses a day a year, you'll have somewhere between 4800 and 7800 business names, complete with decision makers' names, competitive data, and appropriate follow-up information.
      Man this is an awesome post.

      I think this is where sales is real fun when you've prospected a years worth of clients and have that massive pipeline.

      Had to say thank you, best post.
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