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Find the Contact Email of a Blog

You've found a new blog you want to write for, but you can't find their contact information anywhere. That's why we've created this tool; simply enter a blog URL, click "Scrape Email" and our tool will scrape both the Whois domain registration contact as well as scrape search engines for private emails tied to that domain.
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How does this tool work?
Our tool scrapes two of the best ways to get in touch with the owner of the website; Whois / domain registration info, and search engines.

First, it will look up the Whois information, and find the email on file for the domain. Sometimes it will be the owner of the website, and other times it will be hidden by a privacy service.

Next, it will scrape search engines for private emails tied to that domain. Utilizing proxies and several search engines, it will look for any and all traces of emails on that blog or website URL. Finally, it will output these emails for you to use and get in touch with the blog owner.
Why are there no results?
Not all webmasters have an email on their domain registration. GoDaddy, for example, is a registrar where people can hide their email from their public records. In this instance, the Whois records will show "No results".

In addition, if search engines don't have any records of emails tied to that domain, our tool will also display "No results".

In rare cases, the tool will show "No results" in error, or even a blank result. It's worth trying the app again, as our app will choose a new proxy IP and restart the search, which may fix the issue.
Does this work with any website or just blogs?
Our tool will work with any domain name. You can enter a blog URL, homepage, or any variation of the two, and it will strip the URL down to the root domain and find emails that are associated with it.
What do I do if both scrapes show "No results"?
You can try Googling for a Whois history website, such as Some websites that hide their domain registration information didn't hide it when they first registered their domain years ago, and Whois history websites will index their old information for you to browse. In many cases, their information will be there for you to use.

If that doesn't work, you can try searching their website for a contact page.

Lastly, if all else fails, you can use a tool like's "Find Other Web Sites Hosted on a Web Server" tool, which will find other websites that are hosted on their server. In some cases, they will have another website hosted on the same server that you can contact to get ahold of the owner.

If all of these steps fail, it just may be that the owner of that blog doesn't want to be contacted, and that they are not accepting guest posts or emails.