BreakOut Contacts

The startup’s superpowered sales leads list

BreakOut Contacts is a first of it's kind leads list, using AI and deep learning in combination with human validation to generate super-targeted lists with way more data than the usual email dump. There are lists by major tech cities, by role (ex: Product decision makers), and more to come. Reach the right people to make real connections and sales.

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Andy Rosic
Maker
Dad, Nerd, Product Mgr, Founder, Gamer
Hi fellow hunters! My name is Andy, and this is my first product hunted on ProductHunt. (Thanks @writerpollock!) I’m excited and humbled. As a founder working on my newest project I needed really good leads. But most “email list” companies sell you a load of 💩 emails, and only emails. I wanted key influencers, specifically at tech companies, and I wanted email *and* phone *and* social links. So I built a system to do it. I use some pretty slick AI (artificial intel), if I do say so myself, to analyze hundreds of data points per company and person. Then, and this is the part that too many services skip, good ol’ fashioned human effort kicks in to manually re-verify everything. The process is slow. Like, unscalably slow. But, I’ve been able to get a 100% conversion rate on contacts. I can’t promise that for you (you gotta hustle!), but my early customers have seen an average of around 80% conversion rate. That literally CRUSHES the normal 1-2% for crappy cold email lists. Because I love startups, and I want more of them to succeed, I launched Breakout Contacts to make this available to all of you. And since I also love PH 😻 I want to make sure you can all afford to try these leads. Use code “KITTY50” to get $50 off your purchase. If you’ve got questions or just want to say hello, I’ll be here. 😊
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Tristan Pollock
Hunter
2x Founder + EIR/VC at 500 Startups
Solid lead gen tool here.
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Andy Rosic
Maker
Dad, Nerd, Product Mgr, Founder, Gamer
I talk with and mentor a lot of startups, and 9 out of 9 of them get too focused on the product and forget they should be (or avoid) out selling...which is the one metric that validates your startup! This list is designed to make closing some deals as simple as it can be. Even for introverted product folks like me. 😉
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Sean Wiese
Hustling @portland_food_events
I see you list potential cities coming next, what about other industries?
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Andy Rosic
Maker
Dad, Nerd, Product Mgr, Founder, Gamer
@dswiese Absolutely! I'm following my own prescribed best practices (launch a minimum lovable product, iterate, and scale). High growth tech co's was my own targeted need, but if this works and takes off there's nothing stopping me from expanding to lists in all sorts of verticals and locations. What industries were you thinking of?
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Kunal Bhatia
Co-founder & Design Lead @SlidesUp
Nice work, @arosic! I can see how this will be extremely valuable for people. I sent you a request for a future vertical I'd be interested in!
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Andy Rosic
Maker
Dad, Nerd, Product Mgr, Founder, Gamer
@kunalslab Thanks Kunal, we'll talk soon. :)
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Very cool @arosic! Great idea. I am looking forward to seeing you expand into other verticals. I would love to provide feedback on what I think would be a valuable new list. How can I submit a specific request for you to consider?
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Andy Rosic
Maker
Dad, Nerd, Product Mgr, Founder, Gamer
@bazzaruto Hey Andrew (great name), thanks for the compliment. :) The best way to make list / vertical suggestions is from the site. There have been quite a few great suggestions.
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Right now the list seems like companies who are actually quite established. I would love to have a list of contacts at who are more early stage startups. Who are potentially growing and would be willing to try new products.
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BrandonCofounder
How exactly does this use AI?
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Andy Rosic
Maker
Dad, Nerd, Product Mgr, Founder, Gamer
@getbrandflakes Hi Brandon, great question. I won't explain exactly, but generally here's the deal. Sometimes data looks weird or unreadable to you and I (ex: a FB link like https://facebook.com/100000893082 - modified slightly, or a twitter handle @getbrandflakes, or an 805 phone number for someone living in NYC). But the machine learning can cross-reference hundreds of public data to validate it...and learn which sites offer the best data. Plus, it's not easy to get @rrhoover's phone number. ;D
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David Carpe
Thinker & Layabout
is there a reason why the lists don't include the number of contacts for each? is it in the hundreds? thousands? average per company is 2? 5?
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Andy Rosic
Maker
Dad, Nerd, Product Mgr, Founder, Gamer
@passingnotes Good feedback, I'll update it to be more clear. It's in the description above them. Each city list is 30 top-growth tech companies, 5 top-level influencers each, for a total of 150 killer leads.
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Andy Rosic
Maker
Dad, Nerd, Product Mgr, Founder, Gamer
@passingnotes Updated! Thanks again for asking. 🤘
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