Connect Clearbit to hundreds of other apps with Zapier
Zapier enables anyone—marketing, support, legal, HR, operations, product—to connect the web apps they use to run their business, without writing any code. With Clearbit and Zapier, you can build workflows that enrich inbound leads, trigger emails and tweets, compile robust spreadsheets, and collect all kinds of useful data.
Each automation (called a Zap) has one app as the Trigger, where your information comes from and which causes one or more Actions in other apps, where your data gets sent automatically.
Some Ways You Can Use Zapier with Clearbit
- Enrich company names in Google Sheets with data from Clearbit
- Update new Intercom users with social and company info from Clearbit
- Find additional public details on new Close.io leads with Clearbit
You'll find our most common automations here or get started with one of these popular Zaps:
How to Set Up the Zapier Integration
The process for setting up the integration is simple:
To use Clearbit with Zapier, you’ll first need to connect the app where your contact information resides - a database, CRM, email list, etc. This is your Trigger app—the app that kicks off the automation.
Then, connect your Clearbit account. You’ll get a pop-up prompting you to sign in to your Clearbit account. This lets Zapier link your Clearbit account to the other apps you choose. You'll need your Clearbit API key, which you can find on your Settings page.
In the Clearbit step of your Zap, be sure to map the data from your Trigger app that you want Zapier to enrich via Clearbit. In this example, we have an email address in Intercom that we want to enrich with Clearbit data.
Then, you'll need to send that enriched data to another app. In this example, we're sending it back to Intercom, to update an existing Intercom contact with the enriched Clearbit data.
That’s it! You’re connected and ready to create some Zaps! Get started with one of the pre-built Zap templates for our most popular automations, or build your own workflow from scratch using the "Make a Zap" button.