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Hunter.io – Find email addresses in seconds

Every Friday I share one of my favourite finds of the week — a website, tool or an app that has impressed me.

My Friday Favourite this week is Hunter.io – Find email addresses in seconds.

What is it?

Hunter.io is a service that allows you to find email addresses for people.

For instance, do you know Richard Tubb works at Tubblog, but don’t know his email address? Enter the tubblog.co.uk domain at Hunter.io and it will search the web to find Richard’s email address for you.

How can it help me?

Hunter.io can help you flesh out your address book with the full details of new contacts, or be used for sales professionals who are looking to reach decision makers within organisations.

hunter.io email hunterHow much does it cost?

Hunter.io is free (once you have registered for an account) for up to 100 requests per month.

The starter package, which includes up to 1000 requests per month, costs £39/month if billed annually or £49 per month if bill monthly.  Other Hunter.io packages are also available.

How can I get it?

Sign up for a free Hunter.io account at the Hunter.io website.

You can also find Hunter.io on Facebook and @EmailHunter on Twitter.

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Comments

  1. The morality of this sort of site is questionable to say the least; just like home addresses, the availability of our contact information to those who wish to find it online or in directories is somewhat concerning. The reaction of those targetted can also be varied – they can either admire the proactivity or feel totally creeped out! In reality though, no reply is probably the most common outcome – but nonetheless, this type of site is probably lucrative for marketers and salespeople so at least some people benefit from its existence.

    • Hi, Sarah — thanks for the feedback. I share your concern about this type of site and decided, upon reflection, to share it anyway. My reasoning? Like most technology, I think it has its positive uses and its slightly creepy downsides — it’s down to the individual user to choose *how* they use the technology.

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