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Search LinkedIn profiles with links to online resumes



You can search Google for LinkedIn profiles with links to online resumes.



The Google search syntax is as follows:



site:www.linkedin.com "websites * * * resume" keywords



For example, if you want to search for profiles of product managers in LinkedIn with links to online resumes, the Google search string will be:



site:… Continue

Added by Umamaheswari.K on October 5, 2011 at 7:56am — 2 Comments

Google search script to search candidates in Google Plus

Source: eGrabber Newsletter

 

Did you know that you can search candidates in Google Plus using the site command?



The Google search syntax is as follows:



site:(City | State) Keyword



For example, if you want to search C++ programmers in San Jose, California, your Google search string will be:



site:plus.google.com…

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Added by Umamaheswari.K on September 3, 2011 at 5:19am — 1 Comment

Source Candidates from Social Media in no Time

Social media recruiting has taken precedence over the traditional recruiting methods in the recent years. Millions of users join one social network or other on a daily basis. A recent survey has revealed that 82% of job seekers in the U.S. use social networks and 14.4 million job seekers have used social networks to find their last job. Almost 90% of the companies in the U.S. use social media as a recruiting strategy.



Social media recruiting shot to fame because of two reasons. The… Continue

Added by Umamaheswari.K on August 9, 2011 at 8:56am — No Comments

Searching LinkedIn profiles with experience in Google



You can search for LinkedIn profiles with experience in a particular domain.



The Google search syntax is as follows:



keyword (site:www.linkedin.com/pub OR site:www.linkedin.com/in) -"pub/dir" <startyear>..<endyear>



For example, if you want to search LinkedIn profiles with RFID experience, the Google search string will be



RFID (site:…

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Added by Umamaheswari.K on July 29, 2011 at 7:00am — No Comments

Google search scripts to search candidates in Google Profiles

 

Source: eGrabber Newsletter

You can use the site command in Google to search candidates with Google Profiles.

The Google search syntax is as follows :



site:(City | State) Keyword



For example, if you want to search SAP consultants…

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Added by Umamaheswari.K on July 13, 2011 at 12:40am — No Comments

Automate Recruiting Processes and Stay Ahead of your Competition

Recruiters and hiring managers spend a lot of time to source resumes and extract resumes. Generally when you search for resumes in search engines, you get a lot of results. Along with the resumes, the search results also contain other unwanted information. So, to pick only the resumes from the search results, you need to manually click each result and check whether it is a resume or not, and then segregate the resumes alone from the search results. This is a time-consuming and tiresome…

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Added by Umamaheswari.K on June 29, 2011 at 4:51am — No Comments

Passive Candidate Sourcing - Target the Right Talent

Any recruiter who is assigned with the task of finding the right fit for a job opening has to essentially put on the shoes of a treasure hunter. Yes! Recruiting the best candidate for every single assignment is no cakewalk. When it comes to sourcing, Internet is the river of life for recruiters. And the list of avenues where they hunt is numerous. From Social…

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Added by Umamaheswari.K on May 23, 2011 at 7:31am — No Comments

Inhale Resumes from Job Boards, Search Engines and Social Networks



In today’s tech-dominant world, resumes are found everywhere. Search engines, social networking sites, job boards, free resume portals, blogs, personal websites, alumni associations are some of the major sources of resumes. It is quite encouraging for recruiters and hiring managers, but the challenge lies in how quickly you can find the resumes and extract resume & contact information from them.



Typically, recruiters and hiring managers visit various resume sources and… Continue

Added by Umamaheswari.K on May 5, 2011 at 7:04am — 2 Comments

How to quickly build resume database from the Internet?

A resume database is one of the most primary and powerful tools that recruiters or hiring managers should always have in their kitty. It is a consolidated list of qualified candidates or some times prescreened candidates that recruiters and hiring managers can quickly reach out during various recruiting assignments.

 

There are some steps involved in building a resume database. The first step is to identify the targeted audience and search resumes. Typically recruiters search for…

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Added by Umamaheswari.K on April 21, 2011 at 7:00am — No Comments

Resume Parser seamlessly extracts qualified resumes from any Internet source

In a fast-paced business world, recruiters are expected to deliver results in a limited timeframe. Whether it is building a resume database of qualified candidates or trying to fill hard-to-fill job openings, time is one of the most crucial factors of success.



Surveys reveal that recruiters spend quite a lot of time in manually extracting qualified resumes from various sources. It eventually consumes a lot of time and effort, and makes recruitment a lengthy process. A lengthy… Continue

Added by Umamaheswari.K on March 11, 2011 at 7:30am — No Comments

Automate your Resume Screening by Tenfold



Identifying the right candidate is the highest cost component in a recruitment business. Recruiters and HR managers find it difficult when they have numerous clients looking for multiple job openings.

 

Today, Recruiters and Hiring Managers find matching resumes from job portals and email inbox that are…

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Added by Umamaheswari.K on February 21, 2011 at 4:30am — No Comments

Why building a Resume Database of Qualified Candidates is Crucial?

One of the most important recruiting tools that recruiters and hiring managers need to have is a resume database of qualified candidates. Although the above statement seems to be familiar to the recruiting fraternity, the words “qualified candidates” means a lot to the recruiters and hiring managers as it determines their success. Why qualified candidates?



Resumes and candidates are available in plenty but as a recruiter/hiring manager, you need to have “qualified candidates” to…

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Added by Umamaheswari.K on October 17, 2010 at 1:30am — No Comments

How to find and extract qualified resumes from the Internet search ?



Do you think you can find the right candidate for the right job when your resume database has resumes that were updated a year or years ago? Certainly not. There is every possibility that candidates might have updated their resumes – may be added a few certifications, acquired skill sets, domain experience or even changed their contact details, etc. So it is very vital for recruiters and hiring managers to find and extract the updated and qualified… Continue

Added by Umamaheswari.K on September 21, 2010 at 6:00am — No Comments

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