Twitter is a widely used social media platform with million monthly active users and million daily active users. With this, you have a good opportunity to find emails of your B2B prospects from their Twitter account. Today, we are going to see some ways to find emails from Twitter. Many times Twitter users share their personal information on their bios. In such cases, you can visit their blog links and websites where you may get their active email ids. Once you know the company name, you can visit the website where you may find their contact details along with an email address. As shown in the above image, Twitter allows users to share the homepage or blog links on their profiles. Follow those links and search for any clue for contact information.
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You finally launched a Twitter account, and your follower number is a big bold zero, causing you to wonder how you can get more followers quickly. Who better to recruit than people you already know? You probably have a large list of people in your email contacts who would be happy to learn of your presence on their favorite social network. Twitter has put together a fairly simple set of instructions for adding people through emails that are in your address book. If you access Twitter through a browser:. Sign in to your Twitter account. In the Who to follow section of your Home timeline, select Find people you know to open the Find friends screen. You can also open this screen from the Settings menu.
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There are a few reasons why you might want to find the email address of a Twitter user. You might want to reach out to them in a more intimate format than a Twitter DM, to pitch a service or to try to hire them. Before we begin, though, I want to give you a word of caution. Some people hide their email addresses for a reason. The first and most obvious thing you can do is just check their user bio on Twitter.
Earlier on this week I was working with a client who had gathered a load of email addresses from potential customers via an online competition. The client wanted to know the Twitter accounts of the people that had entered to see if there were any influential users in amongst the list - the only catch was that they only had their email addresses. I spent about 20 minutes searching online to try and find out if you could search for Twitter users by their email address and had no luck. Unless you're using the API, there was no simple way to do it so I thought.