and massively exaggerating. Ultimately, who cares about my opinion anyway? (Answer: No one.)
(2) Gosh. I hope you didn't go into a lot of effort researching and outlining the word "scrape". You're the one who first introduced the word. By the way, I actually have software in my office that does this. It wasn't cheap. (I would, in my opinion, define 'cheap' as being around 100 bucks for a piece of software. But then again, it's my opinion, so who cares?)
(3) It's my opinion that Indeed doesn't really grab public profiles from the internet from such sources as Indeed. It's my opinion so once again, who cares?
(4) It's my opinion you have not cleared up where and how Indeed is getting their two million resumes. You wrote a lot. For that, I'm humbled and corrected. But I don't think you know where Indeed gets the two million resumes as a matter of fact. Maybe you've met with representatives of Indeed and they disclosed to you where they get all of their resumes. I have an Indeed representative that's been asking to meet. I've not agreed because I've heard the opinions of other recruiters and office managers.
(5) Finally, back to my point of the original blog posting. I'll correlate it with a more popular topic out there right now. It seems noone's all that surprised that the Cyrus girl decided to do a borderline X-rated performance at the MTV awards show the other night. Looks like the big question floating around is "when is enough enough?" This was sort of my dismay when I saw (and I have a screenshot pictured above) how Indeed displays pseudo-resumes of people that are actually applying for jobs IN CONTRAST TO LinkedIn posting a person's work history and background in a much similar way. The visual content is basically equal but, to me, in my OPINION, question the prudence, or ethics, or morality, or (fill in the blank) of Indeed publicly posting this information the way they do.
(I'm going to now guess that Daren REALLY, REALLY wants to take me to the cleaners now.)
Doesn't matter. No one cares about my opinion.
n all seriousness, I believe a "Real Thought Leader" is also a "Doer". I am going to take "Doer"'s opinion over a "thinker"'s opinion any day. And once I respect a person's opinion - I'm led by their thought. Ergo - they - in my mind - are a thought leader.
There needs to be substance.…