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An explanation of the filters that can be used to help you view your leads your way.
Grouping Multiple Locations to Cut down on Duplicates
By enabling the filter to hide multiple locations, we will group multiple leads into a single lead for you. An example would be ie you search for Restaurants. Rather than receive 16 McDonalds locations, 8 KFC Locations and 300 independent locations - you would receive 1 McDonalds Location, 1 KFC Location, and 300 Independent. The 2 screenshots show an example with the filter and another without the filter enabled. With Filter Enabled !(https://storage.crisp.chat/users/helpdesk/website/9
Hide Leads that don't have...
D7 users are from a variety of different business types and usually reach out to businesses in different ways. Some users may only send emails, others only cold call, others may visit the business in person or send mail. By default we will show you all the leads we can find, including those that may not have a phone, or address etc. By enabling a filter to hide specific leads that don't have ie a telephone, or email - you will only see leads that are useful to you, and cut down on filtering you
What is the Leads Blacklist?
There are 2 main uses of the Leads Blacklist, the first is to hide repetitive leads that are of no use to you and the other is to hide ie your own clients so you can ensure you don't email them. Use case 1: if you're emailing a lot of restaurants and you don't offer services that would be used ie by Subway or Mcdonalds franchises, simply add their web domains to the list and you'll never see them in your list exports again. The same can be done for ie car sales - if you add Ford's website,
Showing Offline/Parked Websites
By default we will try to automatically hide any websites which are either offline, expired, under construction or simply not in operation. If you wish to view these in the list, you may do so by disabling this filter. This will reduce the quality of your lists, but provide more leads.