In the dashboard, you can access Twitter followers of your prospects. You also have free WHOIS information for the prospects in your database. Better still, is that they have integrated with Salesforce so that you can import or export leads in and out.
I am excited to share with you the FindThatLead, also known as FTL new updates. They have released a new version of the tool, in a new web, new dashboard, and new product! The list of improvements includes a new web page with an improved UX and UI and a new dashboard where you will be able to:
- Search and test emails.
- Get emails by domain
- Get twitter followers
- Use Whois
And now, they have also launched a new tool called prospection that will allow you to find emails searching by name, last name, company name, and many other criteria. Click here to update FTL.
Below, watch Dean Dacosta as he explains how to use FTL to create usable CSV files.
About the Author: Dean Da Costa is a highly experienced and decorated recruiter, sourcer and manager with deep skills and experience in HR, project management, training & process improvement. Dean’s expertise is in the secured clearance and mobile arenas. Dean’s keen insight and creation of innovative tools and processes for enhancing and changing staffing has established Dean as one of the top authorities in sourcing and recruiting. Connect with Dean at LinkedIn or follow @DeanDaCosta on Twitter.