Did you know that Google can search for symbols – including these: ☎, ☏, and ✆? We can use this capability to look for publicly posted phone numbers. Use an area code to find phone numbers in a target location.
Here is an example:
site:nl.linkedin.com/in paas software sales director (☎ OR ☏ OR ✆) 31
Nether LinkedIn nor Facebook can search by these symbols; Twitter can, though. Searching by ☎, ☏, and ✆ when X-Raying LinkedIn is, therefore, another advantage of LinkedIn X-Ray search vs. its internal search.
P.S. Like this tip? Look, also, into searching by ✉.
P.P.S You can search for contact info on LinkedIn with this Custom Search Engine that I have just created: http://bit.ly/LinkedIn☎✉
I am sure I am asking a silly question but here goes . . . where do you find those icons – I did copy them but where would I find them again?
There are lots of sources where you can find these icons. Google for something like phone symbol or phone emoji. MS Word also has a function to insert various symbols.
site:ae.linkedin.com/in Endocrinologist (☎ OR ☏ OR ✆ OR ✉) 971 …. i tried like but i got no results Ms. Irina
Kindly help me out as i most do sourcing for GCC countries for Healthcare sector
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