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How To Find Company Email Addresses In Minutes

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By James Iles, Jun 9, 2015
  1. cm4150

    cm4150 Established Member

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    ya thanks working
     
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  2. nomen

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    Nice tips here! Email-format.com is useful too.
     
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    Good info that I somehow missed!
     
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    Thks Nick for your reply. But what I meant was how do we get their email in the first place? Any guide on how to identify the email addresses of the person in charge? Normally I just use the contact form or contact email in the website but more likely than not, it did not reach the right person.
     
  5. Nick V

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    Contact form is my very last resort.

    Search the name of the company president, CEO or founder. Like "Company Name CEO". Sometimes it'll come up on Linkedin or Wiki. I think it was stated in the original post that you can try to guess the email based on first and last name, then verify it using a site like SCRUBMATIC. Some companies even have About pages that tell you the CEO's name and once in a while have their email listed.

    You just need to be good at Google :)
     
  6. Nick V

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    And my second-to-last resort is emailing the WHOIS email. If it's a smaller company, the owner might have their email listed.
     
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    Thks Nick for the pointers, I will work harder on these area...
     
  8. Keith DeBoer

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    An excellent approach!
     
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    What if the contact has three names?
     
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    Nice Information..Thanks For Sharing...:xf.smile:
     
  13. 1Darko

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    Great - thanks! :xf.smile:
     
  14. nomen

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    Hunter.io Chrome plugin is quite handy as well. Just go to a website and press the Hunter button and it gives you all the emails associated with the website.

    Also, email-format.com. Enter a domain, and it tells you the email format.

    EDIT: Just realized I've already posted email-format.com in this thread.

    EDIT 2: Just realized that this is a quite old thread :)
     
    Last edited: Apr 25, 2017
  15. satyadeep singh

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    hi, nomen but HUNTER.io is not taken gmail i used other but can't work for me
     
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