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Get contact info on any site. Rapportive in the browser.

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Nikita Korotaev@nikitakorotaev · Incubating products @ Glocal Partners
One other UX improvement I see. Since right sidebar is taking quite a lot of real estate, and might appear from random hover over the username, instead: Show semi-transparent floating thumbnail(photo/shortbio/social) in the top left corner Hover over a thumbnail, it becomes solid, showing that move info is available Click, it expands to sidebar(like now) Click anywhere on the screen to close the sidebar ("X" is too far away) I would enjoy this less intrusive experience a bit more. At least make it as an option :)
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@grmeyer · Product Marketing at @Kustomer
This looks interesting - takes contact discovery beyond gmail. A bit like Nimble, a bit like Rapportive. Worth a try.
Kristofer™@kristofertm · Founder @ Lamplighter Labs. #7 on PH.
I love rapportive. Just installed this baby The ability to "buy" someone's contact info is turning me off a bit. I know theres plenty of websites that offer the same thing and I've never thought to pony up $ for an email or phone # vs just trying to find it elsewhere or thru a connection. Wonder where the info comes from and if its just getting scraped? Also checkout Twitter once you add it, there are about a thousand 6º showing up lol
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@grmeyer · Product Marketing at @Kustomer
@KristoferTM agree that turning on the discoverability everywhere is an overload. You can remove sites from the list to avoid that problem and use a right-click method instead. Re: the business model, I would rather subscribe for a nominal amount than trade contacts. Those things being said, think it's an interesting service and similar to what we were trying to build at Gist in 2009-2011
Ryan Hoover@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
This looks very useful. Here are a few similar products recently submitted: Riffle and Vibe. StackLead is also very useful for businesses, surfacing user information via email signups. They also offer an API.