In short: This bot scans Google search using a special query (see below) to retrieve emails from public LinkedIn profiles.
Have a look at this output data file for a better idea of what the bot does.
Important! Read before you start.
Before using the bot you need to understand that all it does is extracts emails from Google after using this query:
site:linkedin.com "software engineer" california @gmail.com
Where "software engineer", "California", and "@gmail.com" can be replaced with your values.
There is no magic. It is your responsibility to pre-vet the results using the abovementioned query before scraping them. If you are unhappy with the results, you have only yourself to blame.
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
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
3. Specify email masks
Finally, you need to provide email masks that the bot will scan for:
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If you would like to learn more about the advantages of this smart online bot over its competitors, read our blog post called "LinkedIn Email Finder – A Magic Tool for Bulk Email Extraction". This article will help you better understand how to use this bot in practice.
LinkedIn email extractor output
After the bot returns the data, you can download it as an Excel, CSV, or JSON file.