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Bulk import and data migration comes with a powerful yet simple Lead Importer tool that allows you to import leads, contacts, and other data points from a CSV file or Excel.

Note: When using this method, NO activities (calls, emails, notes) will be imported. 

See this article for other ways to import data into

Import data from Salesforce and other CRM products/services

We are able to copy your data from many of the popular CRMs (Salesforce, Highrise, Capsule, PipelineDeals, Nutshell, SugarCRM, Zoho, Saleslogix, MS Dynamics, Batchbook, Base, SalesforceIQ*, NetSuite, and more). This method allows you to copy over not only the contact information, but also Activity history, Opportunities, etc. To get started, just head over to the Lead Importer page (see the first screenshot below) and select your CRM from the "Which CRM?" dropdown.

If you're currently using a CRM which is not listed above and won't let you easily export everything into a single CSV, contact us and we'll see if we can help.

*Due to API limitations set by Salesforce, if you're performing an import from SalesforceIQ, only Accounts and Contacts will be imported into Notes and other Activities are nontransferable. 

Importing Google Contacts

You can generate a CSV file of your Google Contacts for easy import into

Accessing the Lead Importer tool

You can access the Lead Importer tool by clicking on your account in the top right corner of (pictured below):

Once on the Lead Importer screen, you'll be able to either upload your CSV file or paste its contents into a text area (this way you don't need to convert you Excel spreadsheet to CSV). Please follow the directions onscreen to ensure that your leads are uploaded correctly.

Structuring your CSV

Structuring your data within the CSV is simple and flexible. You just need to make sure that the first row of your data is a header row (i.e. the first row is used for column names). You can assign any name to a column, but will be able to automatically detect the data type, if you use one of the headers listed below:

  • company
  • url (value must start with http:// or https://)
  • status
  • contact (full name of contact)
  • title (job title of contact)
  • email (must be a valid email address)
  • phone (must be a valid phone number, and must include a '+' and country code if it's a number outside of your phone localization*)
  • mobile_phone
  • fax
  • address (street address)
  • city
  • state
  • zip
  • country
*Multiple rows with the same company name will be merged into one lead allowing you to add multiple contacts and addresses to one lead. Alternatively, you can have multiple contact or address columns in one row.

*The phone number localization for your account is determined by your IP address location when you created your account. We assume all phone numbers without a '+' and country code are numbers for your localized country. More about phone localization here.

Take a look at a Sample CSV file here.

Matching Columns To Your Data

Before your data is imported, you're able to view sample leads to make sure the data is being placed in the desired locations by matching the correct column to the desired data type:

If you have any issues or questions, don't hesitate to contact us!

Reverting Your Import

If you are not happy with any of your imports, you can easily revert them. Just head to the Lead Importer page and you will see all of your imports sorted by date (most recent on the top). Click on the "Undo" button and all of the imported leads will be deleted.

CRM migrations are not included in this view. Use the Bulk Delete functionality to delete leads from these migrations.