Find anyone’s email using this free tool.
As professionals in the digital era, you’ve probably found yourself in a situation that required you finding somebody’s email. That process, without email finder tools, is cumbersome. You find yourself putting on your best Nancy Drew impression to find the right email of a person you’re trying to reach.
Enter Hunter—a free email finder tool designed with marketers and professionals in mind. On this post, we set out to give you a complete overview of the tool and how it can improve your everyday workflow.
What is Hunter?
Hunter is told on its website to enable users to “find the email address of any professional” with “the most advanced email-finding tool.” It’s built by a small but tight-knit group of developers, engineers, and makers. And over the years, the tool has become a preferred solution for many marketers, including this writer.
How to find anyone’s email using Hunter
Hunter makes it super easy to find emails.
Let’s illustrate an example using Tesla. Say, for example, you need to reach out to Elon Musk. You can do so by following the steps below.
- Download Hunter from the Chrome extension repository, and install.
- On the top-right corner of your browser, click the Hunter logo.
- A dialog box will show the available verified emails found on that specific page. In our case, it found Elon’s email.
- That’s it!
Now, Hunter uses a bunch of different technologies to fish out an email address for you. This includes searching emails by technology, making it an even better option for SaaS and tech marketers and pros.
How to find emails by name, domain, and more
In addition to the Chrome extension, Hunter’s web-app also allows users to find emails using various parameters, including name, company, domain address, and more.
The process is straightforward. It’s exactly like doing a Google search. See below:
There are also other features, including email verifier, a bulk email finder, lead management tool, and more.
How much does Hunter cost?
Hunter’s base plan is 100% free. However, it restricts the number of searches you can make in a month to 100. If you need more, you can easily upgrade your plan to Starter, which goes out for $39 a month when billed annually.
Check out the pricing table below for more information.
Note that these prices are reflective only at the time of the publication of this post, and will most likely change down the line.