LinkedIn Activity Called Working from Home

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I have just discovered that X-Raying LinkedIn on Google in the following manner:

site:linkedin.com/in “image for * * activity called <keywords>”

– finds profiles that have shared a status on LinkedIn that includes <keywords>. Combined with professional terms such as skills and job titles, the search can point you to people who are more open to new opportunities, as an example. We are sort-of getting a flavor of structured search, similar to this example, since the <keywords> after “activity called” would be searched for in member’s shares only. (I’ll work on saying the above more clearly if you feel you need it.)

Here are some examples (to be combined with other parameters):

These X-Ray searches can provide value, both as a sourcing tool, looking for individuals, but also as a research tool, looking, for example, where work from home is popular or who is hiring and firing.

If you have other ideas on what to include along with the “activity called,” please share!

 

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  1. This facility has been searchable for more than an year now.

    An example that is frequently of use in India is the following:

    site:linkedin.com/in “image for * * activity called serving notice period”

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