Twitter is the first microblogging social network created in 2006. Today more than 150 million people log into their Twitter accounts every day, and the total number of users has surpassed 500 million worldwide.
It is complicated to parse Twitter because the email addresses of account holders are not openly published anywhere. However, LetsExtract Email Studio is able to bypass this limitation.
LetsExtract extracts email addresses, phone numbers and other information directly from tweets as well as from sites that users list on their profiles. It's reliable and easy to use tool that works especially well in a business environment.
Twitter does not allow you to directly extract the contacts of account holders. LetsExtract works like this:
1. Run the tool to extract email addresses from Twitter by clicking the “Extract email addresses from Twitter” button and log in to your Twitter account with your username and password.
2. Enter a request in the search box. In this example, we entered "journalist new york" to find Twitter accounts for New York City journalists:
3. Go to the "People" tab on the search results page, then click “Scroll Down” to scroll down the page:
4. Click the "Extract members" button.
5. In the next window, you can specify how deep LetsExtract should explore the site. So, a value of Crawl Depth = 0 means that the program should load only pages from the user's profile, and not explore the site in depth:
6. In the main LetsExtract window on the “Results” tab you can see the results found: