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I plan to run a people sourcing tools survey shortly. Here's a quick list of tools. Any additions you would suggest? Thanks for any input.

Job Boards
1. CareerBuilder
2. Monster
3. Dice

4. Indeed.com (to search for resumes)
5. Industry-specific (name):
6. Industry-specific (name):
7. Other

LinkedIn
1. Basic (free)
2. Talent Finder
3. Packs of paid jobs
4. RPS
5. LinkedIn Recruiter 
6. If using RPS or Recruiter, do you use Talent Pipeline?
7. Other

“Dream Software”
1. Dice Open Web
2. Talentbin
3. Entelo
4. Gild
5. RemarkableHire
6. SwoopTalent
7. Other

Search Engines
1. Advanced Google Search
2. Google Alerts
3. Custom Search Engines
4. Bing Search
5. Other

People Search Engines
1. Pipl
2. Zabasearch
3. Yatedo
4. Other

Name Generation Sites
1. Jigsaw (Data.com by Salesforce)
2. Zoominfo
3. Other

Capturing and Scraping Tools
1. By BroadLook (list the software titles)
2. By eGrabber (list the software titles)
3. Outwit Hub
4. Scraperwiki
5. Other

Thanks :)

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This looks great Irina.  

For search engines, there's also Ixquick/Startpage

Agree that email/contact solutions may be a good separate section.

e.g. - Reportive

  A few I use  

HiringSolved   LeadFerret   scguild.com  social-hire.com  

Google Chrome Image search - Reverse engineering using image from one social site to find other social sites to seek contact information

Other tools to use to gather more social profile info:

Falcon.io

Rapportive

Hey there, hello Irina, this is again a fab idea! 

I could not live without some Chrome/FF plugins such as Google Image Search, AutoPager, whoworks.at, tweetdeck and bitly. (falcon, TalentBin already mentioned above). Also, email capturing and email verification tools are quite frequently used (I work with these ones: http://eel.surf7.net.my/ and http://www.fonant.com/knowledge/test_email).

For Recruitment Marketing purposes I use mailchimp to design eye-catching emails (loving their html campaign designers) but we also create about.me sites as well. 

From an international (EMEA) perspective I think I have earlier mentioned to you but alexa.com is still my Nr.1 site to see what sites work in which countries. A good starting point though this site can be, too: http://www.4icj.com/ 

Hope it helps! Lets go for a GLOBAL LIST, please! 

YES!!!

Balazs Paroczay said:

Hey there, hello Irina, this is again a fab idea! 

I could not live without some Chrome/FF plugins such as Google Image Search, AutoPager, whoworks.at, tweetdeck and bitly. (falcon, TalentBin already mentioned above). Also, email capturing and email verification tools are quite frequently used (I work with these ones: http://eel.surf7.net.my/ and http://www.fonant.com/knowledge/test_email).

For Recruitment Marketing purposes I use mailchimp to design eye-catching emails (loving their html campaign designers) but we also create about.me sites as well. 

From an international (EMEA) perspective I think I have earlier mentioned to you but alexa.com is still my Nr.1 site to see what sites work in which countries. A good starting point though this site can be, too: http://www.4icj.com/ 

Hope it helps! Lets go for a GLOBAL LIST, please! 

Katharine,

Thanks! I am not familiar with Skillpages; can you please let us know a little more?

Yes, let's include these and LI Signal.

(I was also thinking of running a separate contest for the closest prediction of the outcome.:))


TheSourceress said:

I like Email sourcing tools - things like Raprortive, email-format.com etc.

If it's going to be international then maybe include Viadeo, Xing, Plaxo, Skillpages etc.

How about social tools like followerwonk, falcon.io etc.

It would be interesting to know how many people make use of LinkedIn Signal.

Definitely agree that Bullhorn Reach should be in there.

Look forward to seeing the results of this - great idea! 

Katharine

So how would you use that to source candidates? Thanks :)


Adam Luckeroth said:

LinkUp would be a good addition. Jobs indexed exclusively from company career pages. No job boards, no duplicates, no junk. 

Please note: we accept input from everyone. That includes people who come from vendor companies or those who are affiliated with vendor(s).

Vendors are encouraged to disclose who they are.

Thanks,

Irina

You can add www.cvhaystack.com  also

Thanks

Roland

Skillpages.com should really be called "job title pages" - it's  directory of people by role/job title.

Skills.to is more about skills (skill tags) associated to profile IDs (like twitter handles).

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