FindEmails has a simple search tool that allows users to find prospects based on their company and job title. For example, users can search for “managers at Microsoft” or “VP at General Motors.” Unlike other options, FindEmails deducts credits when you conduct a search, not just when you download or export prospects. FindEmails is also simple to use, but is far less advanced in terms of search filters compared to D&B Hoovers, Salesfully, or UpLead.
These are some fantastic opportunities and I can definitely see why some of these would make great businesses for entrepreneurs. After all, something like a distributorship or network marketing service can really benefit from what entrepreneurs can bring them. They need someone with a strong leadership and a strong sense of what they’re doing in order to do the work that they need to do.
Leads should come in the form of people that are likely to work with you. When you get leads for free, they may not be targeted. That’s okay though, you can target these people yourself, and it’s free to do if you’re willing to put some time into learning marketing. Don’t just get a logo slapped together and act like you’re an awesome company with all kinds of things you don’t really have in place. However, you can work with leads that you target by learning to make a splash in places like review websites and other places people read more about companies.