How to Find Anyone’s Email Address Using Google

On a scale of one to ten, how much do you dread to find your prospects’ email addresses? 

Because let’s face it: not everyone is open to reveal their email address on social media platforms like LinkedIn. After all, everyone wants to avoid spammy emails!

But that is not to say it is impossible…just a tad bit difficult. And the most important thing is that you need to have a few tricks up your sleeves. 

For starters, you have to sharpen your Google browsing skills. Because there is not much that a little bit of digging on Google can’t solve. 

Don’t worry, you don’t have to do it yourself. Today, I am going to assist you so that you can find people’s email address through Google using some of the tested tips. 

Let’s get started!

1. Search using random Google Queries 

Making your best guess to find anyone’s email address using Google is not anything new. People have been doing it for years. 

However, I am not asking you to just type in your prospects’ name and you will find their email address. 

We will base our guesswork on certain patterns. After all, most email addresses follow similar patterns. 

So, let’s try searching using some unique modifiers. 

Try out searching these patterns: 

• [Prospect’s name] + contact number (or) other contact details.

If this doesn’t work out, try out these patterns: 

• + [name] + contact 

• + [name] + other contact info. 

As you can see, these queries are pretty generic. What you need is a more granular approach. 

For that, you have to first acquire important details regarding the prospect including their home town, the company they work for, their designation, and so forth.

Try searching using personal modifiers, such as: 

• [name] + “hometown”

• [name] + “company they work for”

If nothing works out, try the mix-and-match methods and then see the results. If this works out, good for you. 

But it is worthy to note that the aforementioned patterns are unlikely to take you far. 

It has several downsides, such as: 

• If you are searching for someone with a pretty popular name such as Jack or David, then this method is unlikely to ever work.

• As you can discern this method is pretty much useless if you want to find more than even 10 email addresses at once. 

But don’t worry, we have some more tricks up our sleeves. 

Let’s talk about a method that can at least solve the former problem if not the latter one.

2. Google + Professional Platforms (Crunchbase and LinkedIn)

Now, we have tried out our Google queries entailing personal information as well as more gradual details. 

Let’s collaborate with the professional platforms now. The chances of your prospects having an online presence on business platforms such as Crunchbase, LinkedIn and more are extremely high. 

So, let’s probe using these networks one-by-one. 

We will start with LinkedIn…

LinkedIn + Google 

The combination of LinkedIn and Google makes for fertile ground when it comes to extracting someone’s email address. 

For starters, visit your prospect’s LinkedIn profile. Check out their contact info.


If you are lucky enough, you will find out their email address then and there itself. 


However, if you fail to do so, then try out patterns using the other relevant piece of information that you acquired from LinkedIn. 

Use patterns such as: 

• firstname.lastname [at][domain]

• firstname [at][domain]

• firstinitiallastname [at][domain]

• firstname_lastname [at][domain]

• Etc. through all the variations

Found the person you were looking for? Good for you!

If not, then let’s proceed with ZoomInfo and its combination with Google.

Crunchbase + Google 

If the above platforms didn’t work out, you can try your luck with Crunchbase. 

Crunchbase is undoubtedly one of the best directories for startups. Most legit business prospects are present on this platform. 

So, first, open the Crunchbase webpage in your browser. 

Once you open the website, click on “Companies” on the far left-hand side. 


Once you click on the “Companies” options, you will be redirected to the page that allows you to narrow down your search as per your specifications. 


Your search will now take you to your desired prospect. 

Say, for example, my prospect is Ken Suzuki of “SmartNews.”

I can see all his details here including his company’s domain name, which in my case is “”


Now, I will start by searching the pattern “”.

After digging down a bit, I finally found this email address:


It’s pretty easy to discern that their business email addresses have a pattern like ““. 

So, my prospect is most likely to have an email address along with the same lines. 

To make sure that we aren’t wrong in our assumption, we can verify it using the free email verifier by AeroLeads. 

Just type in your email address in the given open space and click on “Verify” 


As you can see, the email address is legitimate.

3. Use Automated Email Marketing/Lead Generation Tools 

Automation trumps every method that we talked about until now. 

Therefore, to ensure quantity as well as the quality or in this case legitimacy, we will use email finding tools. 

For instance, you can try out a real-time email finding tool like AeroLeads (whose verifier we used to check the validity of our acquired email address).


The best part is that this tool is available as Google Chrome Extension as well as a web app. Apart from email addresses, you can also unearth other important details such as phone numbers, title, company, location, website and more. 

Summing it all up

The manual methods are helpful is you need only a handful of email addresses. However, if you are looking to unearth email addresses in bulk, then I would suggest to not rely on just guesswork. In that case, it is better to turn to automated email finding tools.

Can you think of other prominent ways to find email addresses using Google?

About Navaneetha

Navaneetha, popularly known as "nav", loves to read, play badminton, play the keyboard and sing but when she's not doing any of those, she loves to write. What started as a high school hobby to write is now her ongoing passion. At AeroLeads, she manages Inbound Marketing and Social Media Marketing.

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