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Jake Aston commented on Uma Maheswari.K's blog post Google search script to search candidates in Google Plus
"that is a great example.  do you have any more like this?  i am interested in finding the best boolean strings possbile."
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Holly Mallowes commented on Uma Maheswari.K's blog post Search Google for LinkedIn profiles with current experience
"Excellent! Am I correct to assume that we still need to use the -inurl:dir because without it, LI will gives us back the "profiles" list with multiple profiles with the same name?"
Oct 5, 2011
gary cozin commented on Uma Maheswari.K's blog post Search Google for LinkedIn profiles with current experience
"Holly- "contact settings" in your string brings back just LI profiles vs other noise in the results such as directories, jobs, etc. It is shown on every LI profile. It does the same as (inurl:in OR inurl:pub)"
Oct 5, 2011
Holly Mallowes commented on Uma Maheswari.K's blog post Search Google for LinkedIn profiles with current experience
"Thanks Gary, I am much more comfortable using your syntax format. What does the term "contact settings" do for the search? I am curious...  Thanks  -Holly"
Oct 5, 2011
gary cozin commented on Uma Maheswari.K's blog post Search Google for LinkedIn profiles with current experience
"Here's another way you can get "current" experience:   site:www.linkedin.com "current * * biotechnology" "contact settings" -inurl:dir    "
Sep 7, 2011
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Search Google for LinkedIn profiles with current experience

Source:http://www.egrabber.com/TU422dA97 You can search for LinkedIn profiles with current experience in a particular domain.The Google search syntax is as follows:keyword (site:www.linkedin.com/pub OR site:www.linkedin.com/in) -"pub/dir" Experience PresentFor example, if you want to search LinkedIn profiles with current experience in biotechnology,…See More
Sep 7, 2011
Uma Maheswari.K posted a blog post

Google search script to search candidates in Google Plus

Source: eGrabber Newsletter Did you know that you can search candidates in Google Plus using the site command? The Google search syntax is as follows: site:(City | State) Keyword For example, if you want to search C++ programmers in San Jose, California, your Google search string will be: site:plus.google.com (San Jose | California) C++ When you click on the profile, the Posts tab is displayed by default. Click the About tab to find more information about the candidate.See More
Sep 3, 2011
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Source Candidates from Social Media in no Time

Social media recruiting has taken precedence over the traditional recruiting methods in the recent years. Millions of users join one social network or other on a daily basis. A recent survey has revealed that 82% of job seekers in the U.S. use social networks and 14.4 million job seekers have used social networks to find their last job. Almost 90% of the companies in the U.S. use social media as a recruiting strategy.   Social media recruiting shot to fame because of two reasons. The first…See More
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Search Google for LinkedIn profiles with current experience

Source:http://www.egrabber.com/TU422dA97

 

You can search for LinkedIn profiles with current experience in a particular domain.



The Google search syntax is as follows:



keyword (site:www.linkedin.com/pub OR site:www.linkedin.com/in) -"pub/dir" Experience Present



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Posted on September 7, 2011 at 5:44am — 4 Comments

Google search script to search candidates in Google Plus

Source: eGrabber Newsletter

 

Did you know that you can search candidates in Google Plus using the site command?



The Google search syntax is as follows:



site:(City | State) Keyword



For example, if you want to search C++ programmers in San Jose, California, your Google search string will be:



site:plus.google.com (San Jose | California) C++



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Posted on September 3, 2011 at 2:00am — 1 Comment

Source Candidates from Social Media in no Time

Social media recruiting has taken precedence over the traditional recruiting methods in the recent years. Millions of users join one social network or other on a daily basis. A recent survey has revealed that 82% of job seekers in the U.S. use social networks and 14.4 million job seekers have used social networks to find their last job. Almost 90% of the companies in the U.S. use social media as a recruiting strategy.

 

Social media recruiting shot to fame because of two reasons.…

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