Google/Bing Email Extractor | Extract Email and Phones from Bing and Google Search
When we talk about search engines we refer essentially to two “giants” of the sector, that is GOOGLE and BING. All the websites in the world are present in these two search engines and therefore they represent the primary source for those looking to capture data from the Web, in particular the EMAIL addresses and PHONE numbers.
If you want to extract email addresses and phones from Bing and Google Search, or better from the search results presented by these two search engines, you can now rely on our GoogleBing Email Extractor software. It is probably the most powerful and innovative WEB DATA EXTRACTOR because it leans directly to the search engines to capture the addresses (URLs) of the sites listed in the results first and then goes to look for any email address in each of them. This tool is also able to capture further details of the results such as the site title and description.
Here are the simple steps to follow to use the GoogleBing Email Extractor and extract all the possible emails addresses and phone numbers for certain keywords.
How to Extract Email from Bing and Google Search
Step 1. Download and install the program
With the demo version you can understand how the program works and view the first 35 data captured by the program for each search. The export in the demo version is disabled. It can be activated only with the purchase of the license (the export can take place in Excel, CSV or TXT format)
After installation double click on the program icon:
This is the main screen of GoogleBing Email Extractor:
As you can see from image above, you can choose between the two search engines: BING and GOOGLE search. They are both great for searching the Internet and then capturing email addresses from various websites. You can use both sources to capture as much data as possible. The advantage of using BING is that it shows UNLIMITED results; Google could show a limited number of data for each search.
Step 2. Select the source
If you choose BING search you will see this main screen:
Step 3. Perform the desired search
Now, regardless of whether you have chosen the BING or GOOGLE search source, enter the keywords from which you will then obtain the related email addresses and phone numbers. After writing the keywords click on Enter and wait for the first page of Google or Bing results to appear:
If you want to find results not in your country but in any other country in the world, simply make changes to the search engine settings before starting the search. Here is what you need to do to set the search country:
GOOGLE: From the home page of Google Search, in the program, click on SETTINGS link (below on the right)
Find “Region Settings” and here you will be able to set the desired Country:
BING: For Bing, just click on the top right on the “settings” icon and then click on “Country/Region”
Then you will be able to choose the country/region desired for your searches.
Step 4. Get Data and Email addresses
After the search results appear click on the GET DATA button and the AUTOMATICALLY program will start to extract all the data from the results: site title, description, email address, website URL and PHONE numbers.
The same goes for choosing the Bing Search source and doing a search in it:
The e-mail address and phones will be searched directly on the website of the result, so it will be 100% consistent with the search you made.
Step 5. Export data and email addresses
Once you have captured all the data click on the SELECT button to select all the results and then on EXPORT to export all to an EXCEL or CSV or TXT file.
Choosing Excel you will get a file with the 4 columns shown in the following figure (in the third column you will find the email addresses extrapolated from the websites):
By default the CSV format is set but you can change the export format and choose Excel or TXT from the program settings (by clicking on the top of Settings):
From this window you can also choose the language of the program and set the column separator for the CSV file.
By clicking on the CONNECTION tab at the top, this other settings screen will open:
The parameters in this screen are useful if you want to “hide” your IP (especially if you use a fixed IP) to be able to do all the work of data extraction in an “anonymous” way. You can decide to use a VPN program or a Proxy (from a list or random)