Using Powerful Filters for Prospecting
DataFox allows you to find new, verified companies to prospect. The below video and walk-through show you how to save Dynamic Lists to get alerts on new companies meeting your search criteria.
Here is an overview of how to build a new company prospect list in DataFox:
You can create a robust pipeline with high-quality prospects by searching DataFox. This is based on criteria such as sector and headcount.
Additional filters include Location, Technographics, Funding, and more than 30 other data filters! These filters allow you to save time finding the right prospects as you focus on core selling activities.
You can receive new company alerts in your DataFox digest email, or see when companies meet your search criteria over time in DataFox using the Date Added column
Step 1: Go to "Company Search."
Step 2: Click "Add a Filter."
Step 3: Choose your filters based on your prospecting criteria.
We've created a sample of the types of Filters you can apply, but there are many to choose from.
DataFox filters include:
Industry Keyword: Search sectors like SaaS, cybersecurity, healthcare tech, and other technology sectors.
Location: Setup territories based on cities, mileage ranges, and zip codes.
Technographics: Filter results based on whether a company uses Salesforce, Marketo, Hubspot, and more than 2,000 tech stack tools.
Headcount: Define your employee headcount range to focus on.
Funding and 30 others!
Step 4: (Optional) Excluding companies for improved criteria.
This can be useful when running searches like "healthcare tech companies NOT in biotechnology or pharmaceuticals."
We’ve also updated our module with an additional filter, which will include (or exclude) keywords found in company descriptions.
This can be useful when searching for a state or country and need to exclude a certain city. For instance, you may want to see all companies in California that are not in San Francisco. We've updated the options for improved results.
You may filter investors for better results. For instance, you may want to search all cybersecurity firms where Sequoia Capital is not an investor:
Saving Your Results
If you still have questions, you can reach out to email@example.com.