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People Data Schema

The people data schema below lists all available fields in a property record. Note that actual people records may not have every field present.

Field Name
Example Value (in JSON)
Description

address

"address": "1125 Lancaster Avenue"

The current work address of this person.
Field type: text

businessCategories

"businessCategories": [
  "Advertising Agencies"
]

A list of category keywords used for the business.
Field type: text

businessName

"businessName": "International Direct Response Inc"

The current business where this person works.
Field type: text

city

"city": "Berwyn"

The current city where this person works.
Field type: text

country

"country": "US"

The current country where this person works.
Field type: text

dateAdded

"dateAdded": "2017-01-08T19:12:13Z"

The date this person was first added to the people database.
Field type: date

dateUpdated

"dateUpdated": "2017-01-08T19:12:13Z"

The most recent date this person was updated or seen by our system.
Field type: date

domains

"domains": [
  "datafiniti.co"
]

A list of each unique domain found in the sourceURLs field.
Field type: domain

emails

"emails": [
  "[email protected]"
]

A list of emails associated with this person.
Field type: text

firstName

"firstName": "Doug"

The person's first name.
Field type: text

jobFunction

"jobFunction": "Marketing"

The person's current job function. Job function values can be found here.
Field type: text

jobLevel

"jobLevel": "C-Team"

The person's current job level.
Job level values can be found here.
Field type: text

jobTitle

"jobTitle": "President of New Business Development"

The person's current job title.
Field type: text

keys

"keys": [
  "dougidronlinenet"
]

A list of internal Datafiniti identifiers for this property. The keys field is used to merge raw data from individual sources into the master Datafiniti record. Learn more about how this works.
Field type: keyword

lastName

"lastName": "Guyer"

The person's last name.
Field type: text

linkedinURL

"linkedinURL": "https://linkedin.com/in/some-person-7525231"

LinkedIn URL for this person. LinkedIn
Field type: keyword

naics

"naics": "719611"

The NAICS code for the business the person works at. More information here..
Field type: text

numEmployeesMin

"numEmployeesMin": 20

The minimum number of employees at the business where this person currently works.
Field type: integer

numEmployeesMax

"numEmployeesMax": 99

The maximum number of employees at the business where this person currently works.
Field type: integer

phones

"phones": [
  "6109930500"
]

A list of phone numbers where this person can be reached.
Field type: keyword

postalCode

"postalCode": "19312-1243"

The current postal/zip code where this person works.
Field type: keyword

province

"province": "PA"

The current province/state where this person works.
Field type: text

revenueCurrency

"revenueCurrency": "USD"

The currency associated with the revenue fields.
Field type: keyword

revenueMin

"revenueMin": 1000000

The minimum known value of the business' annual revenue where this person currently works.
Field type: integer

revenueMax

"revenueMax": 10000000

The maximum known value of the business' annual revenue where this person currently works.
Field type: integer

sic

"sic": "7311"

The SIC code for the business where this person currently works. Learn more about SIC codes.
Field type: keyword

sourceURLs

"sourceURLs": [
  "https://datafiniti.co"
]

A list of URLs used to generate data for this business location. If https://datafiniti.co is used, then the data was sourced from our data partners.
Field type: keyword

"websites

"websites": [
  "https://datafiniti.co"
]

A list of URLs for the person's business.
Field type: keyword

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People Data Schema


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