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I’ll break down the site that give out free trials to try out there services before choosing a priced plan. Let’s also breakdown the pros and cons of these free trials as by joining you can sometimes be treated like a lead yourself and annoying sales calls will begin.

1. SalesGenie

3 days and includes 150 free leads. No obligation. No credit card required. Unlimited access to 6 databases so you always have the most up-to-date info. Free list counts to track and reach your target prospects. Free market research reports to stay on top of the latest industry trends. Free help from our experts to answer any questions along the way. Online advertising to help you successfully execute your marketing campaigns.

Cons: Have to wait too approved for your free trial – so no immediate lists.
Pros: 150 free leads and easy to use.


Claims to allow up to 5 free business lists. But honestly I snuck at least 4 more lists before my free trial was over… No month-to-month contract. Claims 20 million business email addresses and contact names. $99 to $297 per month after trial.

Cons: Was called immediately upon using the free trial for an up-sell. Expensive pricing after trial.
Pros: Fairly easy to figure out and use and if you enter your info right you can get up to 100+ leads.


Collects prospects and data from social media and various contact networks. Aggregates news about target companies, exposing sales opportunities.

Cons: You have to talk to a representative first before you can use the free trial.
Pros: Reps were friendly and don’t waste your time too much.

4. ReadyContacts

Contact lists, company lists, and existing data validation. Three service levels available after free trial. Re-targeting services available.

Cons: Have to wait to approved for free trial.
Pros: No spammy phone calls or emails.


Twenty search criteria for narrowing prospect lists. Contact profiles provided. Small business pricing available for companies with fewer than 10 employees.

Cons: You have to talk to a representative first before you can use the free trial.
Pros: Easy to use

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