Netvention Debuts Sales Leads Search Engine

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Netvention has launched Reach Market, an online sales leads search engine for businesses seeking sales prospecting intelligence.

Reach Market is a database of 10 million active North American Web sites and 3 million businesses with 4 million contacts. The database is updated quarterly.

"The main challenge facing the industry is finding a place to obtain accurate, targeted and fresh leads that are cost-effective," said Nikki Camacho, sales and marketing coordinator at Netvention, Montreal. Netvention helps companies obtain business information from the Internet.

Reach Market lets marketers obtain prospect information based on product, market or industry keywords depending on their target. Users can get leads by choosing from about 20,000 available business categories.

Reach Market costs less than $35 a month. Users can download leads any time.

The new database follows the launch of WebHosting Prospector, which Netvention introduced early last year.

"Similar to Reach Market, it is an online sales tool aimed specifically at helping Web hosting companies and other online service providers find and reach new clients," Ms. Camacho said. "The success of WebHosting Prospector as well as the increasing demands from clients brought about the creation of Reach Market."

WebHosting Prospector was designed with Web hosting companies and other online service providers in mind. Data such as a company's hosting type and their hosting provider would be unique to WebHosting Prospector.

Reach Market, however, is not geared to any one industry and can be used by marketers from all organizations.

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