Let’s start with the one that will not cost you anything: the social networking sites. With the growing number of people joining these sites, it is probable that your friend or family member has joined themselves. So what you need to do is to search with their name and then you will be able to find what you may need from them.
An Facebook Business Page Scraper is sometimes called an email spider. It operates much in the same way that Google uses an automated spider to crawl the internet looking for web pages. However, instead of looking for web pages, an email spider scours the internet looking for email addresses. Every time it finds one, it adds it to the list. An email extractor might spend days or weeks hunting through the web to build a database of thousands of email addresses. After this, the marketer will send an email to all of the email addresses asking people to buy his product.
If you are selling information then you want to make it accessible not just on your website. Provide formats that work on smart phones, PCs, tablets and so forth. Record your message in video format, as written documents and as podcasts. When people find they can access your content anywhere, they are more likely to listen.
The process of accumulating email address requires a bit of strategy. You can’t just ask for them. You have to offer something in exchange. And if your audience is to relinquish their email address, your offer better be worth it. So, before you do anything else, you need to properly identify your target market. Exactly who are you trying to attract? What are their characteristics and what do they have in common? Where do they hang out? What do they do for fun?
The trick here is that you have to artfully go about juicing out the truth. Slow your roll on the inquisition for a while, to when his guard is down and he least expects it. Wait for an opportune time, like when you are out with friends. Tactfully but subtly guide the conversation around the ‘danger topic’, but not to the actual topic itself. Then watch human nature at work, what with a few glasses of wine, the atmosphere and interesting flow of conversation, someone is bound to broach the subject. And unsuspecting partner, caught up in the hype and tete-a-tete, will unwittingly spill the beans.
Why does he do this? The most likely reason here is that he is doing something (or did something) that he is not supposed to be doing, and is not in the mood of having to deal with lying to you. So he will put it off by behaving like a caveman, until he can’t avoid you any more, which is the point when he reaches home.
As stated above, the bar has been raised on websites. If you have the same information that is found on every other website, there is little incentive to come to your page. Seek new trends, find new products, find new ways to present the same materials and you will have a better chance at scoring that all important e-mail.