Yandex scraper that works? Our website scraper is ideal for all types of businesses that sell to wholesale customers. Instead of purchasing stale and dirty marketing lists, you can now generate your very own B2B leads whenever you need to. Our website scraper simply connects the dots between your business and your prospective B2B clients. For example, if you are a CBD brand that let’s say manufactures CBD oil and gummies then you will need to promote and sell your CBD products to all the CBD and vape shops around the world. It is a no-brainer: as a wholesale business, you are always selling products to other businesses and luckily, most of the B2B data can be found online from different website sources (unlike B2C data which is a legal hot potato).
The objective of CBT scraping software is very simple: to allow you to scrape niche-targeted business leads that you can use for B2B marketing to boost your wholesale sales. For example, if you manufacture hemp and cbd oil, cbd gummies, cbd topicals and pain creams, hemp cosmetics and cbd pet treats, you could scrape separate databases for pet shops, cbd shops, health and sports nutrition businesses, vape shops, food and beverage companies and beauty and cosmetics retailers and wholesalers. The idea is to then use the scraped leads to target the businesses with your wholesale offering. It is a no brainer, if you are a wholesaler or a manufacturer, your target clients are predominantly retailers and wholesalers. Our software will help you to uncover all of your prospects with relative ease and low cost. You can then start to engage your B2B marketing tactics and send out mass emails, newsletters, send out samples via direct mail, call up the companies via your telesales team and connect with your prospects on social media. CBT web scraper and email extractor was created with the aim of taking out the heavy lifting from the lead generation stage and slashing your costs thus leaving you plenty of resources and time to connect with your prospects.
How can data scrapping help your business ? Here are some email marketing tricks: What Is a Typical Open Rate? There really isn’t a typical open rate. But that answer isn’t super satisfying and doesn’t really tell the entire story. See, the open rate can vary due to how it’s measured, the size of your list, how often you send emails to your list, the industry you’re in, and any number of other factors. Even within your own email campaigns, you’ll find that your open rates vary. There are a couple common trends we know about, though, based on the data that’s already out there. First, a larger list tends to mean lower open rates. This happens because larger lists are typically larger in scope, meaning that you have more people who are “kind of” interested in your brand instead of diehard fans. The other thing we’ve seen is that open rates for nonprofits, churches, sports teams, and entertainers tend to be higher than average. This happens because these types of consumers tend to be very interested in any news about their favorites in these areas. The general rule is that the more niche the topic, the higher the open rates are going to be. See more info on Email Harvester.
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In simple terms, the software will go out to all search engines, business directories, Google Maps and social media channels and find and extract data from websites matching your business niche using a set of proprietary filters and artificial intelligence. It will then save all the extracted business contact details from all sources into a single Excel sheet. You can then use these sales leads for B2B email blasts, newsletters, guest posting outreach for link building and off-page SEO, telesales, direct mail marketing and social media campaigns. The website scraper is dead easy to use. All you have to do is input your keywords, configure the settings, select the platforms you would like to scrape. The website scraper will then search for businesses matching your niche and extract the business contact details from them. All extracted data is exported into a single Excel spreadsheet file.
Once you have named your project, you will need to go to the settings tab and select the path where the results should be saved. As soon as you start to run the website scraper, it will create a folder with your project name and inside that folder, it will create an Excel file in .csv format with your project name. The scraper will then auto save all the results in that file. Under the save and logins settings tab, you will notice that you have an option to enter your Facebook and LinkedIn login details. When the software cannot find some contact details for any given business, it will go the Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and LinkedIn pages to see whether it can locate some of the missing contact details. Sometimes, Facebook requires a user to login in order to view the business page contact details and on other occasions, it does not require a user to login. We have added this Facebook login feature to maximise the success rate. To scrape LinkedIn, you will need to add your login credentials. Your Facebook account will be accessed using your local IP address. DO NOT use a VPN because this will cause for your Facebook account to become restricted. The scraper will access Facebook business pages at a single thread and using delays to emulate real human behaviour and to keep your Facebook account safe.