Company Info Filters

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Overview

Filters allow you to include or exclude specific subsets of data when you search for new Contacts or Accounts in Apollo. This helps you to better segment and personalize your team's approach so you can find and engage with the right contacts at the right time.

You can access many types of Filters in Apollo.

 
Filter Types

Apollo divides all Filters into 6 main categories: Settings Filters, Person Info, Company Info, Engagement Activity, Created Source, and Miscellaneous.

Refer to the sections below to find out more about how to search and prospect with Company Info Filters.

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Access Company Info Filters

Launch Apollo, click Search in the navbar, and then click People or Companies.

People or Companies Search

Click Show More Filters.

Show More Filters

In the Filters modal, scroll to the Filters related to Company Info.

Company Info Filters

Refer to the sections below for further details about each Filter. When you have selected all the Filters you need and are ready to search, click Apply Filters.

Apply Filters

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Company

You can filter by company. This means that you can search for the companies that are most relevant to your sales strategy.

To filter by Company, expand the accordion.

Company Filter

There are several ways to filter by company.

If you want to target specific companies, click the Is any of radio button and use the drop-down to search for and select the companies of your choice.

Is any of Radio Button

If you want to exclude specific companies, click the Is not any of checkbox. Then, use the drop-down to search for and select the companies that you do not want to include in the search.

Is not any of Checkbox

If you access the Company filter from the People Search page, you can click the Include past company checkbox to search for the companies that a contact has previously worked for. Then, use the drop-down to search for and select which companies to include.

Include past company Checkbox

Click the Is known radio button if you want to search for the company profiles with fully enriched domains.

Is known radio button

Click the Is unknown radio button to search for the company profiles without fully enriched domains.

Generic Company Filter

If you have a list of companies that you want to use to search in bulk, click Include / exclude list of companies. Then, type the list of domains that you want to include or exclude from the search.

Show Advanced

To ensure your list reflects in the search, click Save and Search.

Save and Search

 
Advanced Search

Please note, if you have a list of company names but not their respective websites, you can enrich them for free. To do so, hover your mouse over "I only have company names" in the "Advanced Search" and follow the instructions. Advanced Search

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Account HQ Location

You can filter by HQ locations. This means that you can choose to target or exclude accounts with HQs in a particular area or region.

To filter by Account HQ Location, expand the accordion.

Account HQ Location Filter

Choose "Region" or "Zip + Radius" and select the HQ locations that you would like to include.

Region or Zip

 
Filter Limitations

Please note, the "Zip + Radius" Filter is only available for Net New Records and not for Saved records.

Click Exclude Locations to select the HQ locations that you want to exclude.

Exclude Locations

 
HQ Location from People Search

Please note, the example above is from the Companies page. To access the HQ Location Filter from the People page, you need to scroll to People Info Filters and click the HQ Location accordion instead. HQ Location

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Employee Headcount

You can filter by the number of employees a company has. This means that you can choose to target small, medium, or enterprise companies, depending on your sales approach.

To filter by Employees, expand the accordion.

# Employees Filter

Click the checkboxes to enable the appropriate ranges. You can select as many as needed.

Enable the Checkbox

You also have the option to enable the # of employees is unknown checkbox.

# of Employees is Unknown

 
Employee Headcount

Please note, if you enable the # of employees is unknown field, you cannot check any other option.

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Industry and Keywords

You can filter by industry. This means that you can target specific markets based on the niche(s) your company serves.

To filter by Industry, expand the Industry & Keywords accordion.

Industry Filter

There are 2 ways to select your chosen Industries:

  • Use the Search bar to type the Industries that you want to include.
  • Click the drop-down and scroll through the list of options.

Industries drop-down

To add an Industry, click on the industry title and it appears in the search.

Add Industry

To remove an Industry, click on the industry title in the search bar.

Remove Industry

To delete all Industries, click either X.

Remove Selected Industries

Click Advanced Settings to increase the level of specificity in a search. Enable the Is Not Any of checkbox to select the Industries that you would like to exclude from the drop-down.

Exclude Industries

Click Is Known or Is Unknown for a more general search.

General Industries Search

 
Industry Filter Options

For more information about the Industry Filters available, refer to the Industry Filter Options article.

You can also access Industry related Keywords from this filter. To do so, expand the Company Keywords accordion.

Company Keywords

Type the Keywords that you would like to include and/or exclude. Then, press enter to add the Keyword to the search.

Company Keywords

You have the option to increase the specificity of a Keyword Search. To do so, expand the Advanced accordion. Then, use the checkboxes to enable the kind of Keywords that you would like to include or exclude.

Show Advanced

Hover your mouse over the (?) icon for further information about each advanced keyword category.

Question Mark Icon

 
Keyword Filters

Please note, Keyword Filters may slow down your search. Social media and SEO descriptions can also be inaccurate, so before you enable these checkboxes, please keep this in mind.

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SIC Codes

You can filter by Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) codes, which describe the primary business activity of the company you want to target. Once you determine the SIC code of your ideal client, you can use this information to acquire more contacts within the same industry.

 
SIC Codes

For more information about the SIC Codes that Apollo supports, refer to Use Apollo Supported SIC Codes in a Search.

To filter by SIC Codes, expand the accordion for SIC Codes.

SIC Codes Filter

Click the Is any of drop-down and select the SIC Codes that you want to include.

Include SIC Codes

Click the Is not any of drop-down and select the SIC Codes that you want to exclude.

Exclude SIC Codes

To delete an SIC code, click the code in the search bar.

Delete Selected SIC Code

To delete all SIC codes, click either X.

Delete Selected SIC Codes

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Title

You can filter by job title. This means that you can segment a search to include only the most relevant decision-makers for your sales campaign(s).

To filter by job title, expand the accordion.

Job Title Filter

Type in the job titles that you want to include in a search or click the drop-down and scroll through the available options. There is no limit to how many Titles you can add.

Include Titles

Click Advanced Search for further options and enable the appropriate fields with the checkboxes.

Advanced Search

 
Job Titles from People Search

Please note, the example above is from the Companies page. To access the Title Filter from the People page, you need to scroll to People Info Filters and click the Job Titles accordion instead. Person Info Job Title Filter

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Technologies

You can filter by technology. This means that you can target companies that use specific technologies that complement your products and services or that cause specific pain points which your company helps to resolve.

 
Technologies Data Source

Please note, Apollo uses its proprietary technology search engine, combined with leveraging the power of BuiltWith to ensure this information is always up-to-date. Every 2 months Apollo crawls and scrapes 20 million websites to identify the latest technology stack that companies are using.

To filter by Technologies, expand the accordion.

Technologies Filter

There are 2 ways to select Technologies:

  • Use the search bar to type the Technologies that you want to include.
  • Click the drop-down and scroll through the list of Technologies.

Add Technologies

To delete a Technology, click the technology name in the search bar.

Delete Technology

To delete all Technologies, click either X.

Delete All Technologies

For further specificity, click Show Advanced and use the Include ALL drop-down to include all related technologies.

Show Advanced

 
Technologies Filter Options

For more information about the Technologies Filters available, refer to Technologies Filter Options.

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Departments

You can filter by the number and type of employees by Department. This means that you can target small, medium, or enterprise-sized teams within the ideal companies that you want to prospect.

To filter by the number of employees in a Department, expand the accordion.

# Employees by Dept. Filter

Click + Add New Department.

Add New Dept.

Click the drop-down to browse and select the Department of your choice.

Select Department

You can only select one option from the drop-down. To include additional Departments, click + New Department.

Add Additional Departments

To set a range for the number of employees by Department, type in the Min and Max numbers.

Range for Employee Numbers by Dept.

Click either the Trash Can icon or the X to delete a selected Department from the search.

Delete Dept. Filter

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Revenue

You can filter by company Revenue. This means that you can target the specific companies that are most likely to have the budget for your product or services.

 
Revenue Data Source

Please note, Apollo is not able to provide data accuracy SLAs for Revenue numbers. The Apollo proprietary search engine pulls and collects Revenue data from publicly available sources and can currently only provide data on companies with $2M+.

To filter by Revenue, expand the accordion.

Revenue Filter

Click the checkbox to enable an applicable option. You can choose between Is Between, Is Known, or Is Unknown.

Revenue Checkbox Options

If you click Is Between, type in the Min Revenue and Max Revenue numbers.

Min-Max Revenue

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Funding

You can filter by company Funding. This means that you can target the companies that have gained a certain amount or type of funding that may lead to exponential growth and as a result, increased investment in new products or services.

 
Funding Data Source

Please note, Apollo uses its own proprietary technology to ensure this information is always up-to-date. Every 2 weeks Apollo examines information from public news and other funding data vendors to identify the latest funding updates.

To filter by Funding, expand the accordion.

Funding Filter

Apollo allows you to filter for several aspects related to Funding.

You can specify the Funding amount. Click the checkbox to enable the applicable option.

Specify Funding Amount

If you click Is Between, you can add your ideal range of funding. Type in the Min and Max funding amounts.

Min-Max Funding Amounts

You can also specify the last Funding round type a company receives. Click the checkboxes to enable the Funding type(s) that you want to add. There is no limit to the number of Funding types that you can enable.

Funding Round Type

You can set funding round dates to specify between which months a company received its last funding.

To do so, click the From and To fields and select the dates on the calendar.

Funding Round Dates

You can also filter by timeframe. To do so, click the From and To fields, then click the Timeframe tab on the calendar.

Funding Timeframe

Click the drop-down options to input the appropriate timeframe and then, click Apply.

Apply Funding Timeframe

You can also filter by the amount of the last Funding a company received. To do so, type in the Min and Max Funding amounts.

Last Funding Min-Max

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Founded Year

You can filter by the year in which a company was founded. This means that you can target companies who have similar pain points based on the business model or solutions they used to establish their company in a given era.

To filter by the Founded Year, expand the accordion.

Founded Year Filter

There are 2 ways to search by Founded Year.

You can set a range of years. To do so, type in the Min and Max years (for example, 1998-2016 refers to any company founded within that timeframe).

Founded Range

You can also hover your mouse over the Min and Max fields to use the up and down arrows (for example, 6-15 refers to the age of the company in years).

Company Age

To include companies with an unknown founding date, click the Include companies with an unknown funding date checkbox.

Founding Date Unknown

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Languages

You can filter by Languages. This means that you can target the companies that cater to a global market or to the more local regions that you support.

To filter by Language, expand the accordion.

Language Filter

Click the Website supports ANY of these drop-down to select the applicable Languages for the search. There is no limit to how many Languages you can add.

Supports Languages

To delete a selected Language, click on the name of the Language in the search bar.

Delete Selected Language

To delete all selected Languages, click either X.

Delete All Languages

For a more generic search, you can specify how many Languages a website supports, without naming the languages. To do so, click the Website supports AT LEAST drop-down and select a number.

Number of Languages

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Retail Locations

You can filter by the number of Retail Locations a company has. This means that you can target the small, medium, or large businesses that fall within your ideal customer profile.

To filter by the number of retail stores a company has, expand the accordion.

Retail Locations Filter

Type in the Min and Max number of Retail Locations for which you want to search.

Min-Max Retail Locations

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Job Postings

You can filter by current Job Postings. This means that you can target companies that are actively growing or looking to fill a gap in their workflow or team.

 
Job Posting Data Source

Please note, Apollo uses its own proprietary technology to ensure this information is always up-to-date. Every day, Apollo examines different sources such as Lever, Taleo, Jobvite, and Greenhouse. It also examines sources such as Angellist on a weekly basis.

To filter by open positions, expand the accordion.

Job Posting Filter

Click the Currently hiring for drop-down to select the positions that are most relevant to your sales campaign.

Currently Hiring For

Click the Job located at drop-down to select the locations whereby the positions are open. There is no limit to how many positions or locations you can add to a search.

Job Located At

To delete a selected position or location, click the position title or location in the Search bar.

Delete Selected Position/Location

To delete all selected positions or locations, click either X.

Delete all Selected Fields

You can also filter by the amount of active Job Postings a company has listed. To do so, type in the Min and Max number of Job Postings.

Min-Max Job Postings

To filter by the dates in which a job is posted, click the From and To fields and select the dates on the calendar that appears.

From-To Dates

You can also filter by timeframe. To do so, click the From and To fields, then click the Timeframe tab on the calendar.

Job Postings Timeframe

Click the drop-down options to input the appropriate timeframe and then, click Apply.

Apply Timeframe Filter

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