Email Predator

Email Predator 1.2 (Crack + Keygen)

Rating 5.0
210 5.0
Category INTERNET
Crack Size 1.2 MB
Downloads 1776
Company
Systems Windows All
Homepage http://www.leo-soft.com/c5/index.php/products/email_extractor/

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Email Predator

Email Predator is a professional application designed to enable you to extract email addresses from webpages.

Email Predator is a tool designed to extract e-mail addresses from web-pages on the Internet. Not all or whichever emails, but emails based on keywords. There are many huge email lists of random addresses (containing as much as 1 milion of emails) that can be obtained for a small price. But these are the addresses of people who are most likely not interested in your products, so sending promotional Email to them is nothing but spamming.

This application helps to collect email addresses of people who are most likely interested in what you offer,and consequently email marketing using those emails wouldn't be considered as spam.

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