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Email Extractor vs. Email Spider vs. ???

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by TrafficTiger, Aug 24, 2011.

  1. TrafficTiger

    TrafficTiger Newbie

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    I want to start harvesting emails based on keywords, and I'm hoping for addresses for ordinary people, rather than webmasters and company reps.

    I did a search on here for email extractors, and I tried three of them: Email Extractor 14, Email Spider, and emailscraper (a script that runs in iRobot). I couldn't get the last to do anything, so it looks like it's between EE14 and ES.

    For the kind of addresses I described in the first paragraph, do you think EE14 or ES is best? If EE14, is it twice as good (like the price)? Or would you recommend something different?

    I can't really test the effectiveness of what I want to do, because in the "free" mode, neither of these programs allow you to save the results. I don't mind paying for a program that's going to make money for me, but I sure wish I could give these programs a full test.

    TT
     
  2. melissalv

    melissalv Registered Member

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    which of those email extractors did you go with. I too just tried free version..hard to tell
     
  3. concentustech

    concentustech Junior Member

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    Its very difficult trying any of them in the free demo version mode but after much thought i purchased this one http://emailextractorpro.com/ which cost approx 30 euros ( around 50 bucks) as it does what i want to do and does it well.
    I was in between with choosing the one you indicated above Email Extractor 14 but decided against as the price is much more to begin with and i could not see much difference in the tool except for speed.
     
  4. kokoloko75

    kokoloko75 Elite Member

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    Email Grabber is really good (support keywords) :
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    http://www.emailgrabber.net/
    Beny
     
  5. inMate234

    inMate234 Registered Member

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    Interesting idea. I wonder how email extractor gathers information?