This site went over 100K+ hits this week…
…which has prompted me to take a look at some other statistics. These nice numbers below show the growing importance of Sourcing and Internet research in our work.
I have created the sites below in the last two years:
http://booleanstrings.com – 100K hits
LinkedIn Group (very active!) Boolean Strings: 11,000+ members. New discussions daily. Big thanks to the active sourcing community for keeping this up and running!
- Google (138)
- Kforce Inc. (84)
- Microsoft (65)
- Oracle (59)
- Korn/Ferry Futurestep (43)
- SourceRight Solutions (41)
- Amazon.com (38)
- KPMG (34)
- United States (8042)
- San Francisco Bay Area (1106)
- India (865)
- Greater New York City Area (628)
- United Kingdom (605)
- Washington D.C. Metro Area (440)
- Greater Chicago Area (407)
- Greater Atlanta Area (403)
Social Network “Boolean Strings”: 3,900+ members. 800+ discussions. About 4K hits per month. Bi-weekly chats on Thursdays (the next one is next week). Once again, big thanks to the members for excellent contributions. We run sourcing contests here too.
67 countries represented:
- Aland Islands
- American Samoa
- Bosnia and Herzegovina
- China, mainland
- Czech Republic
- Hong Kong
- New Caledonia
- New Zealand
- Russian Federation
- Saudi Arabia
- South Africa
- United Arab Emirates
- United Kingdom
- United States
- United States Minor Outlying Islands
- Virgin Islands, U.S.
New experimental sites
– 1,000+ searches daily.
Other LinkedIn Groups:
- Twitter for Sourcing and Recruiting: 11K+ members
- Social Media Recruiting (co-managing with Bill Boorman): 8.7K+ members
- Software Development Jobs (very active; ~50 posts per day): 14K+ members
- Management Consulting Jobs: 21K+ members
- 100K+ Jobs Only: 4K+ members
Here are some personal and business numbers:
- 18,900+ connections on LinkedIn
- 14K+ followers/included in 670+ lists on Twitter.
My agency Brain Gain Recruiting has been in business for 6+ years now. Both my partner Julia Tverskaya and I have won SourceCon challenges.
In the last two weeks we submitted 11 candidates (all in Software Engineering) of which 8 were intervied, 3 got and accepted offers.
What will the numbers be like in a year from now? 🙂