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How do I use GetProspect?

How do I use GetProspect?

If you are looking to improve your prospecting skills or want an automated way of finding people's names on LinkedIn and extracting their contact details (including phone numbers), then we have the perfect tool for you – GetProspect.

GetProspect is an online app that allows users to search multiple websites at once by entering keywords like person’s name, job title, location, industry, etc., thereby pulling up results for those searches. You can also filter out specific fields such as age, gender, and education level among many others. Once you click ‘extract links’ it will automatically fetch each result page and save them into one spreadsheet. It works well across different browsers including Firefox, Google Chrome, Safari, Opera, and Internet Explorer.

You can easily copy the entire link address, which includes contact information of the user, and paste it directly into Outlook, Gmail, or any other mail client. With this method, you don't need to wait for the site owner to approve your request before getting access to a list of contacts. However, if you prefer to be more proactive, you may opt for another approach using a professional software called SalesQL. Let’s take a look at how both work.

What is GetProspect?

The GetProspect service has been around since 2012. It was founded by former Microsoft employees who were frustrated with traditional methods of scraping data and decided to build something better. The founders claim that there are over 100 million companies listed in the US alone so they had to come up with new ways to make their product useful.

They came upon the idea of building a machine learning-based platform where you can input a keyword and see relevant content from various sources. This makes it easier to research someone without having to manually type their name every time. They also made sure that privacy is maintained because they only store the extracted data locally rather than share it with third parties.

In addition, you won’t have to worry about paying per extraction because GetProspect offers a monthly subscription model. If you would like to try it out for free, simply sign up here. Subscription starts at $9/month but you can cancel anytime within 30 days after signing up.

What is AeroLeads?

AeroLeads is a cloud-based marketing automation system designed specifically for small businesses. Its main purpose is helping business owners manage leads effectively through email campaigns and automated follow ups based on customer activity.

For example, when customers buy products or services from a certain business, these emails could include a discount code that enables them to receive additional discounts later on. Or maybe you send an invitation to join a webinar or special event hosted by the brand.

There are two types of features offered by AeroLeads: lead management tools and campaign creation & tracking.

First, let us talk about lead management tools. These allow users to create custom filters and apply them to existing lists, add tags to leads, sort leads by name, email address, account status, and much more. Users can also schedule auto responses through the application as well as track the performance of individual messages sent via email.

Next, we move onto campaign creation & tracking. This feature lets users automate tasks related to sending emails by creating templates, assigning recipients, scheduling delivery dates, and setting rules for what actions should trigger the process. There are dozens of prebuilt campaigns available for common scenarios like promoting events, announcing changes, launching new products, and even reminding customers about upcoming deadlines.

Once the campaign is created, users can set goals and monitor its success. For instance, they can measure whether the number of clicks increased or not, or how often the message was opened. In total, there are four metrics tracked by the program: open rate, clickthrough rate, conversion rate, and bounce rate.

If you decide to purchase a plan, you will receive a credit card processing fee. Pricing plans start at $29/mo and go up depending on the needs of the business, starting at three to five users.

How do I pull all email addresses from a website?

As mentioned above, there are several methods to extract all the email addresses from a particular website. One option is to use a browser plugin such as Sendy. Sendy uses artificial intelligence to identify the source URL and parse the HTML tag containing the email address. Then, it extracts the text between the opening and closing angle brackets. Another solution is to install a proxy server on your computer and point it towards the target website. After doing some tweaking, you can configure the proxy settings according to your preferences.

However, if you are searching for an easy-to-use solution, you might consider using GetProspect instead. As explained earlier, all you have to do is enter a username or domain name, select a few options, and hit 'Extract'. You can choose to save the resulting Excel file either to a local drive or to Dropbox. Alternatively, you can export it to CSV format.

After downloading the file, you can import it back into your preferred CRM. To learn more about importing data into Salesforce, check out this guide.

How can I scrape emails from my website for free?

If you are already running a website and wondering how to extract emails from it, you can always hire a freelancer to complete the task for you. But why pay money just to find out how to run a simple script on your own website? Luckily, there are plenty of free solutions available today. Here are some examples:

LinkedIn Email Finder - A reliable email finder Chrome Extension: Free

Email Extractor - An automatic email extractor Chrome App: Free

FreeLinkedIN Email Finder - A simple email extractor Chrome extension: Free

BestLinkedIN - Best Linkedin Email Finder: Paid ($19)

SalesQL - Professional software to extract email addresses from websites: Paid ($59+)

These extensions provide a quick and efficient solution to solve the problem of scraping emails from a website without spending too much effort. Moreover, most of them offer an excellent interface that allows you to customize the behavior of the application according to your preference.

Another alternative worth mentioning is the built-in functionality of popular social networking platforms. Facebook Messenger, Twitter DM, Instagram Direct Message, WhatsApp, Snapchat, Slack, Skype, Telegram, Discord, Reddit, and Viber are all apps that allow users to communicate privately with individuals.

With all these options, you shouldn't have trouble finding a suitable solution to extract emails from your website for free. Now that you know exactly how to grab all the data you need, it is time to put it to good use. Next, read our article on how to use LinkedIn for B2B marketing.

GetProspect is a powerful tool that will help you manage your LinkedIn connections better by extracting emails of people who are connected to you on the platform. The software can also be used as an effective email finder tool which allows you to discover all relevant emails associated with a particular person or business. It's available as both a desktop application and a browser extension. We're going to give you a quick overview of how it works so you know what you're getting yourself into before downloading and installing it (and if you already have it installed).

If you want to learn more about this product, check out these posts:

- How to Use GetProspect - A Complete Guide To Extract Email Addresses From Any Site Or App With This Free Tool

- What Is GetProspect And Why Should You Consider Using It For Your Next Project?

- 5 Best Tools That Can Help You Manage Your LinkedIn Connections Better

The most important thing to note is that GetProspect has two different versions – one that’s free and another version that costs $29/month. If you want to try out the free version first, here’s how you go about doing it.

How do I export email addresses from Google?

To begin using the service, you'll need to sign up for an account at GetProspect. You should choose a username that isn't too long because you may run into issues when trying to save results in Excel. Once you've created an account, you can start searching through Google and other websites to see if anyone within your network is listed there.

Once you've found someone, click "View Profile" next to their profile picture and then select "Email Address". When prompted, enter any additional information needed such as job title. Click "Next Step" once done.

Now that we've finished setting up the initial search, let's talk about exporting those email addresses to Microsoft Excel.

How do I export email addresses from Gmail to excel?

Here's where things get tricky. Since Gmail doesn't allow users to export data like this, you'll need to make some changes to your settings to enable access. Go to Settings & Privacy " Download my stuff " Export templates. Now, look for the section titled "Exporting mail content." In there, scroll down until you find something called "Google Mail Archive Format," and change its value to yes. After saving your preferences, open a new tab and log back into Gmail. Here's where it gets interesting...

Click the three dots button on top right corner of your inbox page and select "Settings" followed by "Forwarded Messages." Then uncheck the box labeled "Automatically forward messages containing words or phrases." Finally, click Save Changes under Forwarded message options. Restart your computer and reopen your Outlook app. Select File " New " Open “ Import and export files… ” Choose Browse and locate your exported file.

That's pretty much it! All of the emails sent to the address you specified earlier will now populate inside your spreadsheet.

How do I copy email addresses from Google contacts?

When you use GetProspect, you don't just search for names, but rather, you specify full contact info including URLs. So far, we've only talked about finding emails based off of information stored directly on sites, but sometimes, you might not always have easy access to that kind of information. Luckily, though, you can still pull data from the web via URL. Let's say you want to grab all of the links posted on Facebook that contain your last name.

First, create a list of keywords for each person you'd like to track down. Make sure they're short enough so they won't take up too many characters in total. In our example, we chose "Gates" since Gates was the CEO of Microsoft, while "Microsoft" would work great if you were looking for the tech giant itself.

Then, head over to Google Search Console. Log into your Google Account and navigate to Webmaster tools. On the left side menu, click "Keyword Planner." At the bottom of the screen, you should see something similar to the following screenshot. Enter your keyword(s) of choice into the field provided.

From here, simply click the link that says "Run Analysis" and wait a few moments for the process to complete. Once completed, you'll see a table detailing how well your chosen keywords rank against others.

Finally, click the "+Add URL" button located below the table. Copy the resulting code and paste it into your clipboard. Now, return to Google Keyword planner and type in either your exact domain name OR the main part of your website's URL. Hit "Enter key", and voila!

Your site's pages will now display in the results. Simply click the ones that interest you, and you'll see them pop up in your clipboard. Paste them wherever you need them later.

What does extract email mean?

In simple terms, the term "extract" refers to taking specific pieces of data from a document. In this case, the extracted piece comes directly from a user's profile on LinkedIn. When you view someone's profile, you'll notice that it looks very similar to a resume. Each paragraph contains useful information about that individual, and the final sentence usually gives you the option to request further details from them. These sentences typically include the recipient's phone number or email address.

By clicking "Extract," you can extract the text contained in the specific area highlighted above. By default, the program will automatically fill in all fields required, but you can customize it if necessary. As mentioned previously, however, you shouldn't expect to receive everything you ask for. Instead, you should focus on building relationships with the individuals whose profiles you extract information from. They could potentially provide valuable insights into future projects.

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1) How to get a list of emails from LinkedIn

The first thing we need to do is install GetProspect on your computer.

Download the latest version of GetProspect here.

Run the installer and follow its instructions.

When prompted choose "I accept the license terms".

Click Next when asked about installation location.

Select Finish when done.

(Note: If you don't see this prompt during installation, try restarting your PC after the download finishes.)

After setting up GetProspect, open the program and click Start Scanning... at the top right corner.

On the next screen, type any name in the search box and press Enter.

You'll immediately start seeing results appear under Connections section. Click the arrow beside each result to expand them further.

In addition to showing information like profile picture, job title, current position, number of connections and more, every connection has their own page where you can view all of their details including the following:

Email address(es)


Last seen date

Number of followers

Number of recommendations

By clicking the Email link shown above, you'll go directly to the contact's LinkedIn profile page where you can easily access the individual's full email address.

If you want to save a specific email address instead of just printing it out, simply highlight the desired one using the cursor keys and then click Copy button below the Email field.

Want to search through your LinkedIn profile or other websites to find the contact details of people you know -- but don't want to spend money on software that does it all for you? You've come to the right place.

We're going to show you how to search online using different tools without having to pay anything at all. We'll explain everything so you can understand what's happening behind the scenes, why certain things work, and more importantly, how to make them work yourself if you'd like.

The first tool we're looking at is called Get Prospect and is available as a Chrome Extension (free). It allows us to search multiple sites by extracting emails into CSV files which can then be imported directly into Microsoft Excel or any spreadsheet program. Let's take a look at how this works.

There are two ways to run Get Prospect - either via its own web interface, or by installing the Chrome Extension and running it locally. If you have already installed the Extension, click here to go straight to the main screen. Otherwise, let's start off by logging in.

If you haven't yet created an account, sign up for one now. Once logged in, select "Export" under the "Tools" menu. This will bring up a new window where you need to enter three pieces of information about the site you wish to import data from:

Name: The URL of the page you would like to extract data from

URL: The actual URL of the page you would like to extract data from

Format: Select whether you would like the results to appear as text or CSV format. In most cases, text should suffice unless there are specific fields you require appearing in the columns.

Once you've entered these values, click save and wait while the process runs. Depending on the size of the file you request, it may take anywhere between 5-10 minutes to complete. When done, open the downloaded.csv file in Excel, and copy and paste each row into a separate column. If you're not familiar with VLOOKUP, check out this guide to understanding it.

Depending upon the number of rows/columns, you might see some blank cells. That's because the original source did not have enough information present to determine the correct output. To fix this, just drag and drop over one cell at a time until every row has been filled correctly. Now you can create a simple table in Excel and populate it accordingly.

Alternatively, you could also try importing the data into another spreadsheet program such as Notepad++ or LibreOffice Calc. But before doing that though, let's consider something else. How do I scrape an email address from a website?

Let's say you wanted to extract a whole list of emails from a particular website. For example, suppose you were trying to build a database of customer support representatives for an IT firm. You could easily pull their names and phone numbers from the About Us section of their website, or maybe even grab their full profiles. However, if they had a dedicated Customer Service department, you wouldn't necessarily know who was working there.

In order to locate those individuals' emails, you could simply input their names directly into the same search engine used above -- e.g.,, Yahoo!, DuckDuckGo... etc. Then scroll down to the bottom of the results, and you will likely see an option labeled "Email". Click it, and you will be presented with a popup box containing the sender's email address. Copy and paste it into your spreadsheet, or whatever program you prefer.

However, there is another way. By searching for a domain name instead, you can perform a much faster extraction method. All you have to do is type in the name of the company, plus ".co", ".org", ".net", "+info", "+email"...etc. And voila, you've found their email address. There are many companies whose domains end with ".co". Such as CODA, DATACOMPANY, TELUS, etc. So by typing in ".co" into the search bar, you'll instantly receive email addresses belonging to these corporations.

Of course, you won't always find an email address listed on the homepage itself, especially when dealing with smaller businesses. Instead, you must visit their respective contact pages, usually accessible via a link located at the top of the webpage.

For instance, if the business doesn't offer direct access to their customer service team, they may only provide you with the ability to submit a ticket or form online. Therefore, in order to reach someone's inbox, you must send them an email. And again, in case the person isn't readily visible within the website itself, you may have to browse around several additional links before finding the proper email address.

So how do you accomplish this task? Well, you can actually automate the entire process using a tool known as SalesQL.

SalesQL is both a browser add-on and a desktop app which enables users to automatically retrieve emails from various websites. What makes this possible is the fact that every single website uses unique tags in order to identify its content. These tags are generally named after the following conventions:

Title tag: Typically, the title of the document. For example, if you were viewing a blog post titled "Hello World!", the corresponding HTML code would contain:.

H1 tag: Usually the headline of the article. For example, if you were reading a news story about the US Presidential Election, the corresponding HTML code would contain:

Trump Wins Again!


Body tag: The body of the document. For example, if you were reading a blog post written by Trump himself, the corresponding HTML code would contain:

Donald J. Trump Won Bigly Last Night.



You can then use SalesQL to scan documents across the internet. First, install the add-on onto your computer. Next, launch the application and navigate to the domain where you intend to collect emails. Type in "Get Emails" into the search field. After clicking on the icon next to "View Results", you will be able to view all relevant data pertaining to the given topic. Note that you cannot filter the results based on keywords or categories.

But what happens if you're unable to locate a particular email address? Don't worry, you still have options. One way is to manually delete the unwanted records from the resulting list. Another solution involves using the built-in functionality of SalesQL. Simply click on the little trashcan symbol, and all entries matching your criteria will be deleted.

Now that you understand how to extract emails from a website, you might wonder why anyone would ever bother paying a monthly subscription fee for a product such as Get Prospect. Why not just log into the website and search for the desired information yourself? The answer comes back to speed and efficiency. With Get Prospect, you no longer have to deal with tedious tasks such as entering URLs, downloading files, and copying and pasting data. Everything is automated, leaving you to focus on building your database rather than wasting valuable time.

And finally, how do I extract email lists from a website?

Well, that depends. Sometimes the easiest thing to do would be to click on the Email button and copy and paste the entire contents of the pop-up message. However, if you aren't comfortable with doing that, there are plenty of alternatives. Here are a few methods to choose from:

Using the aforementioned SalesQL Add-On, you can quickly scan hundreds of websites for potential candidates. Just type in the domain name followed by ".email" into the search field. Within seconds, you will be provided with a comprehensive list of emails associated with said website.

Another alternative is to utilize the built-in search feature of your preferred browser. Open the location you wish to scrape, and type "mailto:" followed by the company's name. Or if you happen to be browsing a social media platform such as Facebook or Twitter, you can simply paste "@companyname" into the search bar.

Lastly, depending on the kind of information you seek, you might want to employ a third party tool such as ScrapeBox. Although it costs $9 per month, it offers a wide range of features including advanced scraping capabilities and unlimited searches. Plus, it provides a 14 day trial period to ensure that you are satisfied with the overall experience.

Finally, if none of the above solutions satisfy your needs, feel free to give GetProspect a shot. As mentioned earlier, it is completely free, and all you need to do is fill out the three required parameters, hit save, and wait for the results. Within 10-15 minutes, you will have a large amount of data ready to be exported into a spreadsheet program.



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