My Best Diversity Custom Search Engine

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From my tests, this Diversity CSE performs better than any other I authored, but please try it and let me know, OK? Like any other CSE, it needs to be tested using diverse searches to see how well it works. This Custom Search Engine – https://bit.ly/best-diversity – reliably searches for several types of Diversity implemented as refinements on top of …

Three New Custom Search Engines

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I admire the evolving technology of Google Custom Search Engines (CSEs). By guessing some clever terms and operator combinations, over time, we have been able to un-dig (for example) loads of contact lists of passive candidates within every industry we get sourcing requests in. The best part of CSEs is that they make the web structured. In a sense, CSEs …

Custom Search Boolean Formula

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I have run across Boolean Cookies (the ones you eat). Going to order some! Discoveries await you if you study Google Custom Search Engines. Very interestingly, as I have determined bases on tests, Custom Search Engine more: operators support a different order of Boolean operators compared to Google. On Google, ORs have the highest priority On CSEs, ANDs have the …

How to Visually Find Certified Professionals

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In Platonic philosophy, Anamnesis is the idea that humans possess innate knowledge (perhaps acquired before birth) and that learning consists of rediscovering that knowledge from within. Sometimes, when I run into seemingly new sourcing methods, it seems like I knew them before and now remembered. Of course, part of it could be recalling a clever blog post in relation to …

Massive Discovery of Work Emails

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Here is how to get hundreds of target email addresses in a short time without spending anything. First, identify, by X-Raying the contact database https://rocketreach.co, companies with a 100% format use. In my case, it is Healthcare companies in NYC. After I scrape a list from a Google search, it looks like this: Now, if I know that someone with …

Boolean Strings for Building Email Lists

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What follows is a how-to post. Being short of InMails while sourcing in an industry, where those few who are on LinkedIn never open InMails, is a challenge. Emails have a better response rate and often, instant replies, at least in my experience recruiting Registered Nurses. I am not going to talk about email-finding tools – there are plenty of …

How to Find and Take Advantage of 100% Used Email Format

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We all know that contact-finding is a big deal in Recruitment. I have recently started to pay attention to companies that have a 100% followed email format such as first.last@company.com. Those companies are my friends! If I have an employee’s first and last name, I can confidently construct his or her email address. I use this knowledge in two ways. …

Profile Export Hack in Recruiter

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LinkedIn loves its import. It lets us upload phone books, contact lists, resumes, salaries, identify professional relationships, job hunt preferences, company information, and more. Import has been the most reliable function in my experience with Recruiter. But LinkedIn allows almost no export. Its PDF profile export loses part of profile information. No lists can be exported. It is a matter …

Three Sites for Healthcare Sourcing

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As I am running a recruiting project searching for Registered Nurses in NYC and Indianapolis, the main challenge remains. It is finding potential candidates’ contact information or ways to message. Compared, for example, to IT sourcing, I am finding that the Social Media presence of RNs is much lower. However, the web is rich with all sorts of Healthcare-related lists. …