BEST WAYS TO FIND SOMEONE’S EMAIL ADDRESS! Really Try it.

Email-Marketing

Is your organization planning for prospecting email list? Having quality email list is bit necessary to get maximum results. Here are the few effective methods to get verified and quality email list to increase your sales productivity. Try these techniques and get maximum benefits.

Tactic 1: Go to the company website.


This one’s kind of obvious – but it’s the best place to start.

Begin by finding the webpage of the company your target works for.

Once you’re there check out the About Us page, the News page and the Contact Us page.

The “About” page will provide you with the names of executives and key employees. (sometimes emails will be listed here as well)

The “News” page will often have a PR contact’s email listed in their articles – if the email includes the person’s name, you’ve struck gold.

If the PR contact’s email is: abc.xyz@google.com

And your target’s name is James Smith

Your target’s email is most likely: James.Smith@google.com

If neither of those pages had any useful info, try the “Contact” page. If no email is listed but there’s an embedded contact form, you can fill out the form using your non-business email. Then input random text to see if they have an auto-responder. Sometimes the auto-responder will provide you with the company’s email format.

Note: In order to limit automated web scraping and spammers, large companies and heavily trafficked sites usually don’t have email addresses listed.

However, smaller companies – even many listed on the INC 500 – will have email addresses listed plainly on the site.

Tactic 2: Use Jigsaw.com


Yes, Jigsaw does have a paid feature. But, where’s the challenge in paying for an email address.

Instead, use the free service. Here’s how you do it.

Begin by typing the name of the company you’re looking for into the system.

Then start refining your search based on their position or name.

What I like about Jigsaw is how easy it is to search the names and titles of the employees. You can sort by C-Level, VP’s, Directors and then filter based on departments like Marketing, Engineering and Finance.

Once you’ve identified your ideal contact, all you have to do to gain access to their email is share one of your business contacts.

Tactic 3: Test Commonly Used Email Formats:


After testing 10,000 emails and refining the cold emailing system – my team and I naturally started to notice some email formatting trends.

You start to get pretty good at guessing emails.

But I don’t want you to waste your time and learn the hard way, so I had my team research the email formatting of EVERY Fortune 1000 company and document the results.

Here’s the breakdown of the 10 most commonly used email formats by Fortune 1,000 companies – Example Target Name = John Smith:
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Tactic 4: Perform a “Whois” Search:


When a company registers a website, they have to provide an email address for an administrative or tech contact. Often this can provide you with the email format the company uses.

Go to this link: http://www.networksolutions.com/
http://whois/index.jsp

To the right is what my company’s whois page looks like:

Note: Many companies these days use private or third party registration for their company site. If they do choose private registration, the email address on file will be for a non related domain like admin@networksolutions.com.

If this happens — Ignore the whois results and move on to the next tactic.

Tactic 5: Use Advanced Google Search


Here’s a little known Google trick…

Using your targets name – input the following search terms:
“firstname.lastname@domainname.com”.

Be sure to keep the quotes and replace companyname with the company you want to find.

If a search result comes up (usually it will be bolded) with the full email address as you listed it – you’ve got a winner.

If no result appears – work your way down the 10 most common email formats that are listed above until you find a match.

Sites that do the work for you:

Below are four sites that automatically look up email address formats for you.

http://mailtester.com
http://verifyemailaddress.org
http://emails4corporations.com
http://executivebomb.com

Tactic 5: Rapportive Hack


Rapportive shows you everything about your contacts right inside your inbox.

This gadget is something I use when I’m looking to get an email address as well as other online info for a potential target.

Tactic 6: Use Blueboxhive.com


blueboxhive.com
Yes, Blueboxhive does have a paid feature. But, where’s the challenge in paying for an email address.

What I like about Blueboxhive is how easy it is to search the names and titles of the employees. You can sort by C-Level, VP’s, Directors and then filter based on departments like Marketing, Engineering and Finance.

You can try Blueboxhive.com by free registering and prospect 10 email ids free.

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