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LinkedIn Email Miner

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This is MAGIC. I'm still not sure how this tool works exactly, what it does is INSTANTLY comes back with email lists of my potential leads after I type in a few keywords. Mind-blown every single time.

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A great scraper that helps me facilitate lead-finding. What I like is the cost and the fact that I don't have to keep my browser window open while the bot is doing the job. Overall, a great bang for your buck.

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This one is my personal fav. 🙌

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About this bot

TL;DR: This bot scans Google search using special queries to retrieve emails from public LinkedIn profiles.

Have a look at this output data file for a better idea of what the bot does.

LinkedIn Email Finder video tutorial

Watch me explain how the tool works in detail and how you can extract LinkedIn user emails and profile URLs from Google search yourself:

How to scrape emails from LinkedIn?

To collect a database of emails using this bot, you need to do the following steps:

1. Input occupation keywords

Any keyword that a potential prospect could match, for example,

  • project manager
  • software developer
  • data analytics
  • nuclear physics
  • SEO
  • director
  • etc.

Every keyword must go on a new line, NOT comma separated.

2. Input location

You need to specify locations, which you are prospecting. You can input cities, countries, states, etc.:

  • San Francisco
  • Germany
  • Ohio

3. Specify email masks

Finally, you need to provide email masks that the bot will scan for:

  • @gmail.com
  • @yahoo.com
  • @yahoo.co.jp
  • @stanford.edu
  • etc.

LinkedIn email extractor output

After the bot returns the data, you can download it as an Excel, CSV, or JSON file.

To use this bot you need to register or log in first.

Frequently asked questions

No. The bot scrapes Google search and looks for LinkedIn profiles with open emails, which were indexed by the search engine.

To use this email scraper tool all you need to provide is keywords, location (city, state, region or country) and specify email masks (@gmail.com for example).

Updates history

New column "Name" added. The bot now attempts to extract the user's name from the Google snippet as well.


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