Generate leads

PhantomBuster has several ways to help with your lead generation!

Our most popular options include LinkedIn and Sales Navigator Phantoms. We also offer Google Maps scraping Phantoms and many for other networks to allow you to source your leads from multiple different places. 

The most common use cases for lead generation on LinkedIn include:

  • Sending connection requests with a follow-up message
  • Scraping profiles to enrich your sales prospecting pipe
  • Scheduling LinkedIn message sequences
  • Searching for professional emails of Sales Navigator leads

LinkedIn (or Sales Navigator) Search Export comes first of these prospecting strategies. After exporting profiles from a search, you can connect with them using LinkedIn Auto Connect or scrape their profile data using LinkedIn Profile Scraper.

If you're looking to build a comprehensive strategy on LinkedIn, we've got you covered with a complete guide to help you get started!

Exporting a search is just one of the many ways to source fresh leads with PhantomBuster. You could get them from groups, post comments/likes, or even company pages! Check out all of our recommended use cases.

For example, you can automate your lead magnet strategy with PhantomBuster: tease the lead magnet with a post, continuously extract profiles who comment, and then send them a message with the lead magnet.

Another great strategy apart from LinkedIn combines Google Maps Search Export + Data Scraping Crawler which come in form as our Google Maps Search to Contact Data Flow. This powerful workflow will help you save literally days of work by extracting every result from a Google Maps search then visiting the websites of each one to extract phone numbers, email addresses, and social media contact info.

Ready to unlock the full potential of your lead generation strategy? Don't forget to check out our Ebooks for even more tips and insights!


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