How to contact customers

This offers some websites to help you contact customers and get ideas on how to connect with customers.

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    The Best Way to Network with Alumni on LinkedIn

    If you've been feeling the urge lately to buy fresh pencils and open the first page of a crisp new notebook, you're not alone. Whether you graduated two years ago or 20, September always feels like the beginning of a new school year.<br><br>This is an article on how to successfully network with alumni on LinkedIn. &nbsp;It offers three steps to get people involved with your ideas. &nbsp;It is very basic and offers a solid foundation.&nbsp;

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    The right business connection

    Welcome to a dynamic community with connections to millions of B2B decision makers. It's the fastest way to reach the right people, and never waste time hunting down the wrong person again. This is very easy and highly suggested.

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    Rapportive

    Rapportive shows you everything about your contacts right inside your inbox. We combine what you know, what your organization knows, and what the web knows. This shows you how to find contacts through Gmail.&nbsp;

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    Hoover's

    Hoover's Inc., a D&amp;B Company puts you on the fastest path to business. Hoover's offers proprietary business information through the Internet, data feeds, wireless devices, and co-branding agreements with other online services. To shorten this &nbsp;it gives you&nbsp;Phone and email contacts for sale

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    InfoUSA

    Mailing List - InfoUSA has 30 years' experience providing mailing lists and email lists to businesses of all sizes. Customize our mailing lists to your business needs. This offers you email lists for sale.

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    ThomasNet

    ThomasNet.com is the leading product sourcing and supplier discovery platform for procurement professionals, engineers, plant &amp; facility management personnel, small business owners and other occasional buyers, who are responsible for the sourcing of MRO, OEM and other products/services for their industrial, manufacturing, commercial and institutional businesses. &nbsp;This allows you to find any company.

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