How to Use Our Who to Contact Advanced Search
-Click on Who to Contact and then Search Contacts.
-At the top, select Advanced Search.
-You can add filters to get targeted results. For example, if you're interested in sales managers, click on Job Criteria. Check Job Level and then select Manager from the drop-down menu. Check Job Function and then select Sales from the drop-down menu.
-If you want to narrow your search based on Company Criteria, click on the corresponding arrow.
-Apply filters by checking boxes and selecting items from drop-down menus. For example, if you're looking for accounting firms with over 50 employees, check the Company Industry and Company Employee Size boxes and select Accounting and 51-200 employees.
-When you're down applying filters, scroll down and hit Search.
What is a saved contact?
Our contact database operates on a credit-based system. In other words, every time you click on a contact, a credit is deducted from your balance. To avoid paying twice to view the same contact, take advantage of our Saved Contacts feature. How to ...
A Step-By-Step Guide for Using Our Contact Database
How to Search Contacts -Click on the Who To Contact tab. Select Search Contacts -If you know which company or contact you're looking for, take advantage of the Quick Search button. Fill in the company details or contact name in the appropriate boxes ...
How do I use Identify ANYONE in a single email?
Can I use Identify ANYONE without setting up an email campaign? Yes, you can! Visual Visitor can be manually inserted into any link within an email. This will allow you to benefit from all the wonderful features of Identify ANYONE even if you do ...
Can I use Identify ANYONE in an individual email?
Yes, you can! Visual Visitor can be manually inserted into any link within an email. This will allow you to benefit from all the wonderful features of Identify ANYONE even if you do not have a current email marketing plan. All you have to do is to ...
How to Clear Search Criteria
To remove your search criteria, click the "Clear Search Criteria" button at the top of the page.