Udemy — How to Extract Thousands of Emails with Search Engines

Discount — Free

  • Lectures 16
  • Length 1 hours
  • Skill Levels Beginner Level
  • Languages English
  • Published 3/2017

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What Will I Learn?

  • How to search for Keywords
  • Search for laser targeted keywords
  • How to use search engines effectively
  • How to extract emails from your searches

Description

You send and receive it everyday, it’s instantaneous, and it doesn’t cost a thing.

It’s an email, one of the most important tools of today.

Around 1993, email affected the way mankind communicated forever. Instead of sending letters through the postal carriers, email gave us instant delight, sending letters as soon as you would hit the ‘send’ button. As time went on, email grew and completely revolutionized, becoming completely rooted in our culture.

Today, most phones, people use, have Internet and email on them. These types of phones are called “smartphones” for their Internet capabilities. Because of smartphones, email is with you wherever you go.

If you have to communicate to someone through letter, email is the quickest way to do it.

But in this equation, there is one thing missing,

“How to Search and Find Emails”

Yes, you may have them from your friends, loved ones and business colleagues, but how to find emails from people you don’t know and would like to send them some kind of information.

There are lots of third parties selling you programs that will scrap emails off of websites or blogs. These programs will cost you lots of money, and they still lack the way to be able and get laser targeted emails using search engines.

In this course will be able to fine tune your searches, with keywords.

Use any search engine and apply these techniques,

Expand results in search engines,

Extract emails from search engines,

Send Mass Emails to potential prospects.

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