Do you use Gmail or Google Apps? Try the add-on Rapportive!

Real Estate Agent with MacWin Consulting

If you use Gmail or better yet Google Apps as your email client, try the new add-on (for Firefox and Chrome users) call Rapportive,

When you receive an email from someone, the Rapportive add-on (extension) will go out and search tons of Social Networks and find information associated with the senders email address. The West Valley Home Team uses it and we are able to see other pertinent information about a client before making a call or responding to an email from them. Wouldn't it be nice to know a little something about what your clients interest are, what they like and don't like, BEFORE you contact them? See they are a Dallas Cowboys fan? Don't mention "did you see the game today" when you know the Cardinals beat the Cowboys 30-7... Maybe you see something you have in common with that person and can use that to make that personal connection. 

From the Rapportive website: "Rapportive shows you everything about your contacts right inside your inbox. You can immediately see what people look like, where they're based, and what they do. You can establish rapport by mentioning shared interests. You can grow your network by connecting on LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook and more. And you can record thoughts for later by leaving notes. Imagine relationship management built into your email. For free."

Rapportive add-on for Google Apps and Gmail




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Wallace S. Gibson, CPM
Gibson Management Group, Ltd. - Charlottesville, VA

Sorry * won't install for Firefox, Google Chrome * maybe better instructions would help

Sep 16, 2010 03:17 AM #1
Todd Bogert
MacWin Consulting - Goodyear, AZ

It works for me, just removed it from Firefox, went to and re-installed it, no issues. I am a Mac user, haven't tried it on Windows yet but will and then report back.  

Sep 16, 2010 03:28 AM #2
Rahul Vohra

Thanks for the write-up guys!

Rapportive should work fine on both Firefox and Chrome.  If there are installation issues, please let me know at and we'll get to the bottom of them :)

Rahul, CEO of Rapportive

Oct 07, 2010 11:17 AM #3
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