To create a feed on Pluck, give us a search term for something that's important to you such as "SaaS". We'll monitor Twitter for people writing tweets that match the search phrase. You can also search by location.
From the Tweets we find, we go out and figure out the email address for the person tweeting. We can't turn any Twitter handle into an email address, but this technique works well enough to be incredibly powerful at scale.
You can set Pluck to auto-pilot, which will automatically send you an email export with your prospects as we find them. You can also choose to manually review prospects before downloading.
Using Pluck email lists, our customers see open rates up to 76% and click rates up to 19%.
Gotta give props. This is a pretty impressive Twitter+email marketing tactic: pic.twitter.com/zRDxa5HbJF— Rand Fishkin (@randfish) June 10, 2016
Someone mentions your competitor
Reach out with some info on how you're different
Someone tweets a particular hashtag
Send them some useful content you've created
Someone tweets about a conference
Let them know you'll be there
Do you really turn a Twitter handle into an email address?
Yes. We employ a myriad of publicly available techniques to turn a Twitter handle into an email address. There's a lot of technical details to how it works, and even more work goes into making it work at scale. It's not a particularly easy problem, but we've put a lot of hours into solving it.
Can I download a list of email addresses?
Yes. Our monthly plans let you download the perfect prospects along with their professional and social data.
What can I search for?
You can search for anything the Twitter API support: words, hash tags, phrases, URLs, and @mentions.