Thanks to Monster.com for sponsoring my webinar
We had over 1,500 people sign up.
The slides are attached to my LI profile. The recording will be posted on Monster.com shortly.
The recording shows a few simple steps using Google, Notepad, and Excel to create a list of people to follow.
Many of us know about the use of the asterisk * to find phrases on Google. The asterisk stands for one (or sometimes a few) words. Here is an example. On Google, search for
to find Senior Marketing Managers, Partner Development Managers, and others on LinkedIn.
Did you know that you can also use the asterisk to control what Google displays – and perhaps save a few click-throughs by telling it to display the info of interest on the results page?
Try this (and better yet, select the “page previews” available under the “options” along with it)
Or, try this:
“My password is * * *”
(no, just kidding).
I have updated my LinkedIn Google-based search engine, based on the recent changes to LinkedIn URLs (requiring us to say -inurl:dir -inurl:jobs instead of the “usual” -intitle:directory, first noticed by Glen Cathey).
Here you go, and please note that this engine has country-based refinements:
and let me know what you think.
Space is limited.
“2000..100000 followers” “2000..100000 following” bio
and add your keywords.
Change the numbers above if you need to.
Guess what? These people are likely to follow you back.
Find lists and directories of people with contact info by selecting refinements