Here is our Super-Sourcing Quiz, also posted on the Ning network. You are all welcome to post your answers in reply to the post. The person who does best will be featured on the network. All members who correctly respond to the complete set of questions will get a guest pass to one of my webinars.
1. If you search on Google using several keywords, and a page that comes up doesn’t have a keyword you had used in the search string, how can that happen? Please list a few possibilities.
2. The same on Twitter. If you search on Twitter using several keywords, and a tweet that comes up doesn’t have a keyword you had used in the search string, how can that happen?
3. The same for company search on LinkedIn. You search in the company search dialog using a keyword, click on a company that come up in the search, and the description doesn’t have this word; how can this happen?
4. How does Google rank tweets?
5. Is it possible for a public profile to show more information than a profile seen within LinkedIn?
6. Which posts from an open LinkedIn group can be found by Google/Bing? What about groups that are not open?
7. Can you search LinkedIn for profiles with resumes attached to them?
8. Is there a way to see a LinkedIn status update for someone outside your network?
9. What (if any) is the difference between the operator site: on Google and on Bing?
10. What are some ways to find an email address based on a LinkedIn profile?
We’ll run the quiz for a week. Have fun! 🙂