Jigsaw lets you buy contact information for professionals by a) inputting your own contact information or b) correcting an existing contact.
They’ve got a new service, Jigsaw Data Fusion, for larger companies, http://enterprise.jigsaw.com/ that lets you connect your CRM tool to Jigsaw and get an unlimited number of contacts. Your large database feeds Jigsaw, and gets cleaned and gives an unlimited number of fresh contacts for your sales team.
I did a quick test of Jigsaw, as compared to Linkedin. With Jigsaw I could purchase the contact information for a producer as Fox News Network. Jigsaw had 456 contacts at Fox News.
I did a search through LinkedIn for the same information and found 38 hits. The two services specialize in connecting you with other professionals but their approach is quite different.
One, LinkedIn works by giving you access to professionals through your own networks, and the other works by giving you access to the professionals directly (provided you have enough credits).
As you fight harder and harder for your current customers, knowing how to use a tool like Jigsaw and LInkedIn can give you an edge. Read what I’ve written about Jigsaw in the past here.
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