Join us for a webinar on Thursday, September 5th. http://sourcingcertification.com/powerful-sourcing-with-linkedin/With the recent “retirement” of LinkedIn Signal and fewer functions seen in the menus, the perception is that the available sourcing features are shrinking. Nothing could be further away from reality! LinkedIn’s new features introduced in 2013, especially the Contacts, provide creative new ways to…See More
Question: my search tab on linkedin has changed. No longer do I have the option of selecting people or companies. Also, the changes in the advanced tab demonstrate substantially less results when searching for companies. Your thoughts and suggestion would be appreciated. KarenSee More
I recommend to source the names from LinkedIn and then to search for the emails. If the candidates are out of your LinkedIn network, then you can X-Ray LinkedIn to search the public profiles. Also you could try ReferYes Sourcer which…"
I am searching for high level professionals whose resumes would not be on the web and whose profiles are not displayed on the website, ie. top 10 accounting firms. PWC, KPMG, Ernst & Young, etc. Can these and other websites be x-rayed. If an email can be found followed by a name and profile by further research, this would be helpful. Any other thoughts on sourcing would be helpful. Thanks.
"Are you suggesting that I put the whole string in Google or try parts of it.?
Shaikh Mudassir Nawaz said:Hi Karen,Try this Search StringDoc:Resume OR CV AND (("software application development" OR "Apple Disk Transfer"…"
"Paul, I like your sring. It's for Seattle, Wa. and showed some results. I need someone in Northern Virginia. I liked the way you included the zip codes. I have tried to find these codes on the internet and at the post office. It would be nice…"
"Right, but as you originally stated, you used "LAMP," but not SQL since LAMP includes it. Do all results have to have Linux, Apache, SQL, MySQL, PHP, Perl, AND Python? As you can see by my string, the results will return results that have…"