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🗓 Monthly queries

With your LoneScale Plan, you have monthly queries, the number depends on your Plan.

Your account will be refilled every month, at the subscription date. For example, if you signed up on January 10th, your account will be refilled every 10th of the month. Unused queries are kept for the following month.

🤔 To begin with, what is a LoneScale query?

"Lead Generation" workflow

"Accounts Enrichment" workflow

"Contact Tracking" workflow

1 query = 1 unique job offer

1 query = 1 company Dataset

1 query = 1 enriched contact

If you have a workflow to find "Head Of Sales" job offers in companies with more than 250 employees, LoneScale:

  • found 200 "Head Of Sales" job offers

  • deduplicated these: there are still 150 unique job offers

  • filtered these (company with more than 250 employees)

  • It cost you 150 queries: 150 single Intent with company enriched and decision-makers

You can enrich your companies with a lot of datasets (basic information, tools & stack, job offers, decision-makers, ...)

If you want to enrich 10 companies with 3 datasets, it will cost 30 queries

  • Each enriched contact will cost 1 query

  • If a contact has a changed company and/or a changed job: it costs 1 query more

  • So, A contact costs a maximum of 2 queries

🌞 See and understand your queries

1️⃣ In the header you can see your "remaining monthly queries" / "monthly queries"

  • You have a number of queries every month

  • In the header you can see:

    • 23 940 remaining queries for this month

    • 50 000 queries this month

2️⃣ See your reserved queries ("Workflows" Page only for "Lead Generation" workflows)

  • They are reserved queries for each "Lead Generation" workflow

  • This is the maximum number of queries that will be used each run on this workflow

💰Choose a good number of queries for each workflow

1️⃣ "Lead Generation" workflow

To not use all your queries on a single workflow run, during your workflow creation, choose your number of queries. The number is the maximum queries used for each run!

For example, if you have 1000 monthly queries and a weekly workflow, you can put "250" in the queries field. In this way, you will have enough queries for each run.

To help you, you have a monthly estimation of the number of queries your workflow will consume depending on the periodicity and queries you have set!

When you have used all your monthly queries, you have no more results on your workflows, until your account will be refilled.

2️⃣ "Accounts Enrichment" and "Contact Tracking" workflows

Very easy: you don't have to choose the number of queries! It depends on:

For an "Account Enrichment" workflow:

  • The number of companies you want to enrich

    • 1 company = 1 query

  • The number of datasets chosen:

    • 1 dataset = 1 query

  • Only the enriched companies cost queries, if LoneScale doesn't enrich a company, it doesn't cost you anything!

    • To help you, you have an estimation automatically calculated according to the number of companies to enrich and the number of datasets! For example, if you want to enrich 10 companies with 3 datasets, the estimation = 30 queries. If only 9 companies are enriched it will cost you 27 queries.

For a "Contact Tracking" workflow:

  • The number of contacts you want to enrich

    • 1 contact = 1 query

  • If you want to retrieve Linkedin URL for contact who doesn't have one

    • 1 contact = 1 query

  • Only the enriched people cost queries, if LoneScale doesn't enrich a contact, it doesn't cost you anything!

    • To help you, you have an estimation automatically calculated according to the number of contacts to enrich and if you want to retrieve the Linkedin URL! For example, if you want to enrich 10 contacts and retrieve the URL, the estimation = 20 queries. If only 9 contacts are enriched it will cost you 18 queries.

Now you're a query professional! Go set up your workflows!💪

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