Free Tool Friday: How to Find Email Addresses with Social Site List Buster by @DeanDaCosta

Earlier this month, Dean DaCosta shared a video demo of Guru List Buster. Today he’s walking us through how to use Social Site List Buster.

Both of these products are normally sold together for $21. However, I just noticed that they are available for FREE for the next 36 hours!

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Jeremy Roberts, SPHR, is VP, Customer Experience at HiringSolved. He is the previous Editor of SourceCon. Prior to joining the ERE Media team, he spent over a decade working as a recruiter, sourcer, and sourcing manager. This time was spent in diverse environments, including third party agency settings (retained and contingent), recruitment process outsourcing (RPO) providers, and internal corporate HR departments. His previous employers include the MHA Group, Ajilon Finance, Korn Ferry Futurestep, Raytheon Space and Airborne Systems, and Randstad Sourceright, US. He resides in Corinth, TX with his wife and 3 children.

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3 Comments on “Free Tool Friday: How to Find Email Addresses with Social Site List Buster by @DeanDaCosta

  1. Not quite accurate, Jeremy (or else the software developer did a switch on you during the 36-hour period, when I followed the link): it only gives you a download for Guru List Buster, not Social List Buster (which has 11 additional social networks not available in Guru List buster), and it is a demo version where the save button is disabled, so whatever names you collect are not downloadable. Fortunately, it is easy to emulate what Vic Hutchinson created if you have any kind of extractor program (Outwit, etc.). If you wanted the Facebook-related developer emails, you could google for “gmail.com” “facebook.com” developer (or whatever keyword you want instead of developer) and then extract the emails.

    1. I think there was poor marketing by the developer and I failed to investigate fully. It’s worth the $21 but the “free” that was advertised wasn’t the full version. :/

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