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5 ways to use Enrichment

Salesby Andrew O'Neal on January 18, 2017

Enrichment is all about automatically discovering customer data, and turning a simple email address (or domain name) into a complete picture of your customer. However, this just skims the surface of what you can do. With access to over 85 data points and plenty of integrations with the tools you use daily, it just takes a little know-how to build powerful solutions that can transform your sales and marketing efforts. With this in mind, we have compiled a guide to the most common Enrichment u

Clearbit Prospector — now in Salesforce

Salesby Andrew O'Neal on November 16, 2016

Our Prospector API recently turned one year old, and we're quite proud of how much the product has grown in that year. We've learned a few things along the way as well. API first companies aren’t just about RESTful APIs, they’re about fully integrating into existing workflows and getting the data to where it needs to be. On that note, we're very happy to show you our new Salesforce Prospector integration. With Salesforce Prospector you can quickly build targeted lead lists directly in Salesfor

Stop chasing whales and find more deer - A MadKudu guest post

Salesby Andrew O'Neal on July 11, 2016

The following is a guest post from our friends over at Madkudu. Using third party data (Clearbit's in this case) Madkudu analyzed the sales velocity of 45,000 qualified leads over 9 representative SaaS companies. They had some very interesting findings. I'll let them take it from here. :) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- A few weeks ago we were chatting in MadKudu HQ about the sales practices at a few of our customers - how they identified the

Run in Postman

Engineeringby Andrew O'Neal on March 22, 2016

If you’ve ever used Postman [https://www.getpostman.com/], you’ll know it’s an incredibly useful REST client to test API endpoints. Since everyone who checks out Clearbit is immediately curious what the results from API calls will look like, we added a Run with Postman Button that allows you to test API requests and see the results immediately without writing any code. If you’ve installed Postman’s free app or Chrome extension, just look for this button in our docs [https://clearbit.com/docs?ru

How to use Clearbit’s APIs without writing code

Featuresby Andrew O'Neal on March 09, 2016

Even if you’re a developer, it can be nice to use an API out-of-the-box without writing code. Fortunately, you have several options to do this with Clearbit. Whether you’re trying to build target account lists, find leads, or enrich customer data in Salesforce, you can do it without getting too technical. Here are a few ways to get started: Tray Tray.io [https://tray.io] is a new business that builds connectors between popular apps and APIs. They have a slick drag-and-drop interface for integ

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