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Anna Kogan - Founder OpenCV.ai
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From startups, to nonprofit organizations, to enterprises. These companies have big needs and even bigger budgets.
No, you won't find Jeff Bezos and Amazon. You'll find companies that are easy to reach out to and build relationships with.
There are clear signals that these companies are lacking or investing in certain domains. This is where you fit in.
I manually collect and verify every single data point. You can expect verified email addresses when publicly available.
Gain access to my network of (literally) thousands of agency owners like yourself. Strike up a partnership and boom.
I spend (literally) thousands of dollars and tens of hours gathering these lists
Every single data point is collected and verified by a human. Not a robot.
I spend hundreds of hours every month to collect the most relevant companies.
I spend thousands of dollars for the world's best databases and tools.
I check that every data point is publicly available and verified. One by one.
Up to date with all the key privacy and data protection requirements.
Constantly updating the data to ensure that they are valid and correct.
I understand that you may have questions. Let me try and explain.
• Excellent observation, but no.
• The number of subscribers for the monthly list is still in the 10s!
• That is because I have high prices by design and constantly increase them.
• I know, right?!
• Well, most of the revenue comes from the "Done For You" service I offer.
• The newsletter remains small on purpose.
• Don't worry, I got your back.
• I can send over some tips and email templates once you sign up.
• You can also purchase my whole playbook!
Even a tiny deal with a high ticket client will make your money back for years
Excellent question. Only 10s of companies! I have high prices by design and raise them constantly. That way, I can throttle access to the lists.
Don't worry, I got your back. I can share tips and templates with you once you sign up. And you can also purchase my entire playbook!
Well, most of the revenue comes from the "Done For You" and the "Done With You".
The newsletter remains small on purpose.
No. Most of us target different companies and niches. And offer different kinds of services. Plus, we partner with each other to grow.
All data points in our lists, including emails, are publicly available.
Our sources include SEC filings, major news outlets, established databases, social media networks and niche blogs.
We collect all the data by hand, then use the above sources to cross check the information and use human intuition to conclude on what we'll add on our list.
What that means for you is two things:
We can disclose the source of a specific data point with you if it's ever needed.
Around 50% of all companies are located in the US and Canada.
Around 25% of all companies are located in the UK and Europe.
Around 20% of all companies are located in LATAM and Asia.
The rest are located in Australia and Africa.
We label some companies as likely to outsource Design, Development, Cybersecurity, Digital Marketing, etc.
We do this manually by combining raw data with human intuition.
As data, we take into consideration the number of employees in specific positions, the industry and market, the stage of the company, it's funding amount, open hiring positions and much more. For example, a young, hip, fashion startup that has zero web designers is likely a good fit for a design business.
We also take into consideration things that cannot be quantified. For example, a healthcare startup that stores sensitive information and uses the word "trust" on it's website, is likely a very good fit for a cybersecurity business.