I thought it might be useful to highlight some products I use on the reg for BD.
For those that aren’t familiar, Rapportive is a gmail plugin that populates social profile information attached to an email address in your inbox. It sharpens my BD blade in a variety of ways:
Context/Rapport Building – People are constantly eliciting relevant events or things they’re interested in through facebook and twitter. Rapportive helps me identify these signals which can be used to add a personal touch to an email.
For example, if someone was writing me an email right now, rapportive might inform them that Mashable just covered the newest release of the YP App and the extension of our partnership. This is news they might …
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Being able to start a dialogue with anyone in the world is a super power…
In today’s environment, email seems to be the easiest way to do this.
This post reveals 11 tools and methodologies to find anyone’s email address once you’ve got the name of the person you’re trying to reach.
The first stop for me is the rapportive trick. When I enter the correct email in gmail, rapportive will often populate my target’s other digital profiles. To guess the correct email I start by plugging in popular email syntaxes followed by the company’s domain name:
first initial +last firstname.lastname@example.org
first name+last email@example.com
first initial+last firstname.lastname@example.org
first initial+last email@example.com
If Rapportive populates a profile, I know …