Outbounding without direct email?

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If you can’t find direct email, for the individual, who you consider a target end user, decision maker, at a large company i.e. CEO, (or owner, at small co.), which method would use, to outbound them; LinkedIn, company contact email, hand written letter through snail mail, or call them?
 

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Appreciate the link!

It didn't give me the CEO of the large co., but gave me the Executive Vice President Strategy & Director Of Communications, and they both us first initial with last name, as emails. That said, when I put the CEO's name in, it gave me an email with his first initial and last name; with a "verified" icon, so I'll give that a shot.

For the small co., it gave me one email; info@domainname.com, but no option to search by name; so I'll give that a shot.
 
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Linkedin premium, inmail. Clearbit gmail extension
Found the small company owner, on LinkedIn but not the CEO, of the large company. That said, I've read others say NOT to outbound via Linkedin, for some reason.
 
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Found the small company owner, on LinkedIn but not the CEO, of the large company. That said, I've read others say NOT to outbound via Linkedin, for some reason.
Ive heard some say they put ads on LI with the keywords of the domain name to directly target the company owners and when they click the ad to buy the .com, have a BIN page there.