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What data you'll get, what the results contain etc
API Access - Integrate D7 data into your own application
API Access enables you to fetch D7 data from your own application and use it however you like. This is available on the Professional Plan. If you have a Professional Account and wish to use the API, you will have the API automatically enabled for you, and a link showing in the main menu of your user Dashboard.
Where is the data sourced?
The data is sourced from over 150 different sources. We are constantly compiling data about each business. For example when you see Bob's Plumbing Suppliers, it's likely that we have sourced data for that business from 20-30 different places and combined it together, with our software judging which is the best piece of data (ie phone number) for that business.
What data is included?
On all packages the basic amount of data available will be the company name, phone number, email address, website URL, social media links (facebook, yelp, instagram, twitter) and postal address. We don't have 100% of this data for each business, so we show what we have for each business. Almost all businesses listed have atleast a phone number, and most have websites, email addresses and one or two social media handles, aswell as the postal address. Additional data is available on the Agency Pl
Searching for multiple keywords or cities (Bulk Search)
On the Starter and Agency plan you can run searches one by one, which is usually enough for most users, as each export ranging from 400-800 business listings. For those who wish to use a list of keywords or cities, it's possible to do this on the Professional Plan. As shown in the screenshot above, you can paste in a list of up to 100 cities and get all of your leads back in a single large excel fil
Names / Consumer Data
We don't provide any owners names for a number of reasons: Accuracy: These are small and medium businesses and accurate data isn't available for these like it is for fortune 500's with complex corporate structures - the people in these smaller businesses usually know each other on a first name basis. They aren't large enough to need to file complex accounts outlining this information. Legal: In Europe (GDPR), Canada, Australia, New Zealand etc, and more recently the California Consumer P
The emails are partially checked in that we check them for the right syntax, that they're formatted correctly, that they aren't any known honeypots/spamtraps and then that the domain exists and has a server accepting email. The only check we miss out is if the user exists at the domain. To get fully accurate and guaranteed lists you'd need to run them through a service such as NeverBounce or Debounce - Personally I don't and never have, but it's a personal choice.
Roles, Names or Webmails?
The emails are mixed, ie email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com The system sources data from around 120 different sources (depending on the search) and combines data together for each business from multiple sources - the email address is judged to be the one most likely used. A lot of these are smaller businesses where the info@ is sort of like a pride and joy for them. When I used to setup websites for small businesses they all wanted the info@ email address to look professio