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Google remains the Tsar of search engines and a must-know-well for recruiters – or anyone who wants to search the Internet for professional information on people and companies. The advancement of online social “hangouts” has made Google even more critical to master. While it’s usually not necessary to use all of the advanced syntax, there’s a core set of Google Boolean operators and syntax rules that we need to use daily to be competitive and successful.
Did you know that the operator “plus” stopped working on Google just a few days ago? There are several more changes we need to be aware of.
Come join me for a detailed overview of the Google Search Engine, including the basics, intermediate and advanced tips and tricks, and a review of new and unannounced changes.
Who would benefit: sourcers, recruiters, HR, hiring managers, business development, marketing, sales managers, search enthusiasts, and anyone who wants to go beyond searching for a keyword or two and controlling the list of search results. A basic ability to search on Google is recommended for participants.
Here’s a brief outline:
- Key Points to Using Google Search
- Google Rules
- — Boolean Syntax
- — Operators, Special Characters, and Options
- — PLUS No More: Recent Changes in Google’s Syntax
- — The “Options”
- Google Hacks
- — Creative Use of Special Characters
- — Finding Email Addresses
- — Using the Date Range
- — Targeting Geography
- — Finding Lists and Directories
- — X-raying Membership Sites
- Coping with Captchas
- Sourcing on Google-Plus
- Custom Search Engine Basics
- Productivity Techniques
Hope to “see” you there!
- Date: Friday October 28
- Time: 10 AM PDT/1 PM EDT
- Length: 90 minutes
- Price: $79 includes the slides, a video recording, and one month of support
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Can’t make it live? No problem! I will provide the slides, a video recording, and support.