Hello there, developers.
I'd like to tell you about LinkDB, which I recently discovered and found useful. Perhaps you'll find it useful as well.
LinkDB is a comprehensive database of LinkedIn members and businesses from around the world. The information also includes job titles, company names, employees, and executives, and it can be used to identify key business connections. The LinkDB database is updated daily with profiles from LinkedIn and available sources, ensuring that your information is up to date. This database is an excellent resource for businesses looking to expand their networks, find new customers and partners, or simply stay ahead of the competition. Individuals looking to connect with professionals in their field or industry can also use it.
The database contains profiles of over 17 million companies worldwide, as well as profiles of individuals organized by region, industry, and job function. It also contains information on over 5 million industry-specific companies and their executives, such as the company name, location, and website address. When you buy the LinkDB database, you get access to a searchable online portal where you can do more in-depth research on your data. The database includes information on over 5 million industry-specific companies and their executives, such as the company name, location, and website address. When you buy the LinkDB database, you get access to a searchable online portal where you can do more in-depth research on your data. Researchers all over the world use this database for business intelligence purposes such as market segmentation and competitive analysis.
LinkDB is ideal for sales and marketing automation, candidate recruitment, investment analysis, and other applications. It is ideal for you if you are a middle-market company based in the United States or Europe or a startup with at least $1 million in funding.
Finally, the purpose of this post is to inform you about a available LinkedIn Database, so that we can now provide quality developers, sales executives, and other professionals to companies by building a platform around LinkDB and writing some advanced fancy algorithms also termed as "business logic".
The detailed blog can be found here.
I hope you find this useful; please leave feedback in the comments:)