We were having a discussion with a founder of an email cleansing platform, on the state of the email list cleansing industry. If you go to that link, you’ll find a lot of players in the market – many of which we’ve tested and used for our clients. We struck up a relationship with Neverbounce (now a sponsor of the blog) because their system did an extraordinary job of verifying our newsletter list and our
How to evaluate and find the best email verification services on the web. Here’s a detailed list of providers as well as a tool where you can test an email address right in the article.
Are you searching for a certain target’s email but you don’t know how to reach them? FindThatLead has a comprehensive database of email addresses and an interface to query and download them for prospecting. Is it legal? Actually, yes. All the emails are generated with FindThatLead’s algorithm based on patterns, or found on public sites through the web. How FindThatLead Prospector Works Select segmentation – Choose between the different variables to make your search more
BlackBox describes itself as a consolidated, continually updated database of nearly every email address that is actively being bought and sold on the open market. It is used exclusively by Email Service Providers (ESPs), in order to predetermine if a sender’s list is permission-based, spammy, or outright toxic. Many of the problems that email service providers run into is fly-by-night spammers that purchase a large list, import it into their platform, and then send to
“Know thy customer” is a time-honored percept for success in the marketing world. The majority of marketers collect email addresses, but lack the additional data that can help you better communicate with those subscribers. Rapleaf helps you learn more about your customers. They provide demographic and lifestyle data (age, gender, marital status, income, etc., click here to see all) on US consumer email addresses. Is it worth the expense and effort? Short answer is yes.