How GetProspect can be a good alternative for prospecting smart leads
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Whenever we go to talk to someone about business intelligence processes, we indicate that several tools are tested to find out what is the best return in each scenario.
It was with this in mind that we wrote this week’s review and decided to look for another tool that can facilitate and automate prospecting via LinkedIn, in addition to offering alternatives with specific filters on your dashboard.
So, let’s get down to business:
GetProspect draws attention right away for its simplicity and objectivity, which favors its usability.
The tool has several interesting features. Let’s go to them…
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- Find Leads
- Search by Filter
- Bulk Import
- GetProspect Integrations and Review
- What do we love?
- What can you improve?
Find Leads is one of the features of GetProspect.
If you choose LinkedIn you will be redirected to a tutorial on how to use the GetProspect plugin.
With the installation of this extension, it will be possible for you to save the profiles and be able to capture the emails of the contacts searched via LinkedIn.
Another possibility is to access the profile page and use the GetProspect button to capture the email and other information about that lead.
Search by Filter
GetProspect provides functionality that allows you to generate lists from user-defined filters.
You can determine job title, country, number of employees, segment, website domain, organization name, and more.
The generated list can be saved and the captured emails receive an indication of validity, which, according to our tests, showed a good acceptability rate.
With this option you can import a CSV file into GetProspect to capture bulk emails, which can help automate your process.
At the bottom of the tool menu, you can access a specific list or view all saved leads, plus all contacts that have not been saved in any list.
GetProspect even allows you to share the generated lead lists with your sales team.
GetProspect Integrations and Review
The tool has several integrations with applications such as Gmail, Salesforce and Pipedrive, and allows saved data to be exported in different formats.
The plans do not have limitations on the number of users, imports or integrations and can be purchased monthly according to your consumption, that is, with the number of emails captured.
For example, if your average consumption is 1000 emails per month, you can opt for the $29 plan. If your consumption reaches 50,000 emails, you should opt for the $299 plan.
We consider GetProspect to be a great tool that has a good cost-benefit ratio, mainly because it doesn’t require an annual subscription.
As we said at the beginning, you need to test it to see if the email capture percentage and the validation quality fit your context.
What do we love?
The filters that the tool offers on your dashboard are great and provide a good alternative for targeted prospecting.
In addition, captured emails that are validated by the tool, when tested, returned a low bounce rate.
What can you improve?
To work well, GetProspect needs a stable internet connection, because in times of instability, the email capture percentage can be affected.
Another issue was that when prospecting certain segments, the generation of emails was lower than in others.
Whenever we go to talk to someone about business intelligence processes, we indicate that several tools are tested to find…