In this article, you’ll learn how to find emails and collect prospects using LI Prospect Finder extension.
With LI Prospect Finder extension, you can find pre-verified email contacts and collect prospect profiles with data such as job position, company website, location, and more.
- Use case #1: Collect prospects from search results pages
- Use case #2: Collect prospect profiles from personal pages
- Use case #3: Collect prospects from company employee lists
How to collect prospects and companies with LI Prospect Finder
While using LI Prospect Finder, you can take advantage of several prospecting techniques.
1) Launch the extension on LinkedIn
Start by logging into your LinkedIn account and activate the extension while browsing through LinkedIn.
To activate LI Prospect Finder, click on its icon located in the extensions bar at the top right corner of your browser.
Use case #1: Collect prospects from search results pages
In the search bar at the top, use the LinkedIn search engine to find a list of prospects. Apply filters and keywords as needed (position, location, or industry).
To activate the extension, click on the LI Prospect Finder icon located in the top-right corner of the extensions menu.
Once activated, you’ll see a preview list of prospects found on the current LinkedIn page. You have the option to Save them to your list right away, or you can proceed to the next step and Advanced settings.
Select a list to save the prospects to. You have two options: either create a new list or choose an existing list.
Use case #2: Collect prospect profile from a personal page
To get started, use the search field at the top to find the personal page of the person you’re interested in.
Activate the extension.
Finally, click the Save button to add this person to your prospects list and find their email address, along with other details from their profile.
Use case #3: Collect prospects from company page
To start, use the search bar on LinkedIn to find the profile page of the company you’re interested in.
Once you’re on the company page, click on the number that represents the total employees to view a list of prospects currently working for that company.
Activate the extension to save a list of company prospects.
You can also save a company profile to your companies list. When viewing the company profile, activate the extension.
2) Configure Advanced settings (optional)
In this step, you have the option to customize advanced settings for bulk prospecting.
If you don’t modify the search settings, LI Prospect Finder will gather prospects solely from the active page. It is recommended to set a timeout between 7 to 14 seconds.
Number of pages
Specify the number of search results pages to process and collect prospects from.
Set a search timeout
The timeout feature determines the waiting time in seconds before saving the next prospect profile. It is randomly selected within a specified range for each profile. Choosing a higher waiting time makes your search appear more human-like.
3) Save prospects
To collect prospects according to your search settings and save them to your Snov.io list, click the Save button.
In the Active searches tab that will be created in your browser, you can monitor the progress of your ongoing LinkedIn searches. If needed, you can also pause or stop a search task.
4) Review results
Go to your prospect list and check the newly collected prospects.
When making another search with similar filters, you will be able to see if someone is already on your prospect list.
1. How many emails per day can I find on LinkedIn without being blocked?
Saving prospects using the extension simulates a manual search and counts toward the daily profile view limit. Each prospect saved is considered as a profile view.
To keep your account safe, we recommend staying below the following limits:
≈ 150 prospects per day for a free LinkedIn account
≈ 500 prospects per day for a premium LinkedIn account
≈ 1000 prospects per day for a Sales Navigator search
If you exceed the limits, your account may be temporarily blocked.
2. I see “Oops! Something went wrong!” error when trying to activate the extension.
LI Prospect Finder may not be able to read closed profiles titled as “LinkedIn Member”. The extension can only read profiles accessible to your LinkedIn account.
3. My LI Prospect Finder doesn’t work. How to fix it?
The most common reason for your extension not working is that it needs to be updated.
If you have the latest version already, we’ve highlighted basic troubleshooting steps here ⇒
Please contact our support team via live chat or email at firstname.lastname@example.org if the basic steps do not help resolve the issue.
4. Does it collect business or/and personal email contacts?
LI Prospect Finder aims to find business email contacts.
It generates a business email address using profile data and based on the common email patterns , e.g. email@example.com, and then confirms its accuracy by running through the verification process.
5. When I save prospects from LinkedIn, what data do I get except for email contacts?
Prospect profiles collected through our tools are enriched with the following data:
- First name
- Last name
- Prospect’s social profile
- Job position
- Company name
- Company website
- Company size
- Company location
- Company HQ phone number
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