Building your first enriched table in Clay

Use sources to find people, companies and more to use in conjunction with our 50+ integrations

Eric Nowoslawski
8 mins.

Clay has a ton of integrations to choose from, how do we find information to feed into these integrations? Sometimes, just figuring out where to start can be an overwhelming process- until now. Eric goes over some ways to find the information needed to complete basic Clay integrations, such as a person’s name, company website, or LinkedIn profile.

The first data point that Eric finds for us is a Company Website. You may have a list of company names, but what if you don’t want to manually insert their domains? Luckily, Clay has a Clearbit integration for that. We can use this to find company websites to surprisingly high accuracy. You can use Google to do this as well, with the perk of this integration being able to exclude domain results as well.

The second piece of data that can be worth finding is a LinkedIn URL. We use the Enrich Person from Search integration to do this, and after inputting a few small pieces of information about our desired target, the integration will populate with the people we are looking for.

Now that you know how to gather information for your Clay table, you can unlock the potential of Clay by using our super powerful tool combined with your infinite creativity. We hope this helps, feel free to reach out to us if you have any questions, and happy prospecting!

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