This content has been marked as final. Show 2 replies
This part that blocks mail domains which are not wanted:
var invalidDomains =["hotmail.com","yahoo.com","aol.com","gmail.com","msn.com","comcast.net",];
But, and this is just my opinion and experience, if people don't want to give their real email address they find a way (a lot of trashmail offerings exist...) so I prefer to build up data management campaigns which prevent your database to be flooded with this kind of information afterwards.
Hope that helps.
I'm also a B2B marketer. While I understand wanting that corporate email domain, first entry is often with a personal one. As an alternative, you could prompt them with some kind of pop-up or conditional field in progressive profiling and ask them for their corporate email when you identify someone who's given you a personal email address. You could also mark those as a lower priority and shuttle them to SDRs to follow up on and see if they can get them to give you a corporate email over the phone. My two cents.