Reference: List Build Filters

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In Sales Intelligence, you can build lists of companies and people to find prospects that meet your ideal customer profile. The lists allow you to search based on the companies, people, and insights filters you add.

Companies Filters

Refer to the following table for the companies filters you can use as search criteria when building a list.

Filter Description
Company Location

Select the location types to add:

  • Geography (region, country, state/province)
  • City
  • Postal Code
  • Area Code
Employees Enter an employee count range.
Revenue Enter an annual revenue range.
Industry Classification

Select the industry classifications to add:

  • Industry and sub-industry: Click the arrow next to an industry to see sub-industries. Demandbase has its own proprietary classifications, which consolidate differing global standards.
    For more information, see Updates to Industry Codes.
  • NAICS: You can enter up to 150 North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) codes, separated by commas, per search. Enter an asterisk (*) to perform a wildcard search to find companies in a wider list of industries without specifying all sub-industries. For example, enter the Electronics NAICS code with an asterisk, 334*, to find all sub-industries under the Electronics industry.
    For the most recent NAICS codes, see the NAICS website.
  • SIC: For the most recent Standard Industry Classification (SIC) codes, see the US SEC website.
Company Name Add one or more company names. To add company names, enter a company name and select them from the list of options that appear.
Company Status

Select from the following company statuses:

  • Operating
  • Acquired
  • Liquidating
  • Non-Operating
  • Out of Business
Fiscal Year End Select the fiscal year end month for public companies.
Company Type

Select from the following company types:

  • All
  • Public
  • Private
  • Government
  • Organization
Business Structure

Select from the following company organizational structures:

  • Global Parent
  • Subsidiary
  • Independent
Suppression List

Select a suppression list with the accounts you don’t want included in the search. Watchlists, saved lists, saved searches, and data file imports can be used as suppression lists.

Ticker

Add one or more company stock market ticker symbols.

People Filters

Refer to the following table for the people filters you can use as search criteria when building a list.

Filter Description
Job Function Select from the available job functions.
Job Level Select from the available job levels.
Job Title Enter one or more job titles. Click + Add Excluded Job title to add job titles to exclude from the search.
Contact Info

Select from the following types of contact information:

  • All
  • Email (Valid Email, Valid Domain)
  • Desk Phone
  • Mobile Phone
  • Corporate Phone
Contact Location Enter one or more contact locations. To add a location, enter the name and select from the list of options that appear.
Social Networks

Select from the following social networks:

  • LinkedIn
  • Twitter

Insights Filters

Refer to the following table for the insights filters you can use as search criteria when building a list.

Filter Description
Annual Lists & Indexes

Select from the following annual lists and stock indexes to find companies included on them:

  • All
  • FTSE 100
  • Forbes Global 2000
  • Fortune 1000
  • Fortune 500
  • Inc 5000
  • Russell 3000
  • S&P 500
Connections

Select from the following types of connections to search for people by:

  • People you know
  • People your coworkers know
  • Your employer
  • Previous employers
  • Your coworker’s previous employers
  • Reference customers
  • Alumni
News

Select a news option to add:

  • Agents: Select to search for news about companies using the available agents.
  • Keywords: Select to search for news about companies using the keywords you enter.

After selecting a news option, select the date range for the news to include in the search.

Technology

Select from the technologies selected by your Admin to find companies using them.

Technology is an add-on feature. For more information, see Managing Installed Tech Data.

Intent

Select from the Bombora intent topics selected by your Admin. Intent topics indicate when companies are in the market to buy a product or solution.

After selecting intent topics, select the range of intent scores to include. Intent scores indicate how much a company has been reading about a topic over a particular week. Higher intent scores indicate companies are more likely to purchase a product or solution.

Intent is an add-on feature. For more information, see Managing Intent Data.

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