4 Easy Steps That Turn Any Recruiter Into A World-Class Cyber Sleuth

So this is the 4th presentation of the conference. Titled “Four Easy steps that turn any recruiter into a World-Class Cyber Sleuth”  BY Shally Steckerl.  Shally starts with a new Facebook hack to find people from a particular company. https://www.facebook.com/search/str/ADP/pages-named/employees/inter.... Now, of course, you can simply change the name of the company in the URL to get different companies. BY adding things like title or location to the string in the format below you can get even more targeted results.

+title engineer: /str/engineer/pages-names/employees/intersect

+live(d) in Atlanta: /str/Atlanta/pages-named/residents/ever/intersect you can change ever to present or past as well.

}  Revise the above to find people originally from Atlanta:

}  Replace /residents with /home-residents

}  Or to find people who have been to Atlanta:

}  Replace /residents with /visitors

 

The key here is figuring out what you need to add to the original string to get what you want realizing you always need to add “/str” between criteria and end in “/intersect?

 

Tool Alert- http://www.talkwalker.com/en/alerts this is an alternative to google alerts

 

Next Shally gets into his approach for candidate outreach:

 

}  Use the 1-2-3 Approach (email, voicemail, social or text)

}  Repeat three times

}  Wait a few days and repeat again  (4th time)

}  Wait another few days and repeat one last time (5th time)

}  Do the “last ditch” (6th time) then move on

}  Last Ditch: “I thought I’d give it one last shot.  After today I won’t be trying anymore but this is important…”

}  You’ll be amazed at how many candidates respond

 

And he ends with:

 

Magic Outreach Template

Hi {first name}, based on research I conducted it appeared you may be knowledgeable in the area of {area} and {area} so I was prompted to look you up on LinkedIn and indeed found it to be true. I thought you may be someone who might be able to help me if I asked nicely.

 

I was hoping you might be able to suggest whom I could talk to about {function} positions that we have open in our {group/division}. I'm particularly interested in having our recruiters talk with {job title}. I have recently just started working with this sector {or in this industry, area, or geography, or with this hiring manager} so my network of senior contacts is pretty small at the moment.  As you know senior individuals prefer to use their professional network to get to senior positions.

So this is the 4th presentation of the conference. Titled “Four Easy steps that turn any recruiter into a World Class Cyber Sleuth”  BY Shally Steckerl.  Shally starts with a new Facebook hack to find people form a particular company. https://www.facebook.com/search/str/ADP/pages-named/employees/inter.... Now of course you can simply change the name of the company in the URL to get different companies. BY adding things like title or location to the string in the format below you can get even more targeted results.

+title engineer: /str/engineer/pages-names/employees/intersect

+live(d) in Atlanta: /str/Atlanta/pages-named/residents/ever/intersect you can change ever to present or past as well.

}  Revise the above to find people originally from Atlanta:

}  Replace /residents with /home-residents

}  Or to find people who have been to Atlanta:

}  Replace /residents with /visitors

 

The key here is figuring out what you need to add to the original string to get what you want realizing you always need to add “/str” between criteria and end in “/intersect?

 

Tool Alert- http://www.talkwalker.com/en/alerts this is an alternative to google alerts

 

Next Shally gets into his approach for candidate outreach:

 

}  Use the 1-2-3 Approach (email, voicemail, social or text)

}  Repeat three times

}  Wait a few days and repeat again  (4th time)

}  Wait another few days and repeat one last time (5th time)

}  Do the “last ditch” (6th time) then move on

}  Last Ditch: “I thought I’d give it one last shot.  After today I won’t be trying anymore but this is important…”

}  You’ll be amazed at how many candidates respond

 

And he ends with:

 

Magic Outreach Template

Hi {first name}, based on research I conducted it appeared you may be knowledgeable in the area of {area} and {area} so I was prompted to look you up on LinkedIn and indeed found it to be true. I thought you may be someone who might be able to help me if I asked nicely.

 

I was hoping you might be able to suggest whom I could talk to about {function} positions that we have open in our {group/division}. I'm particularly interested in having our recruiters talk with {job title}. I have recently just started working with this sector {or in this industry, area, or geography, or with this hiring manager} so my network of senior contacts is pretty small at the moment.  As you know senior individuals prefer to use their professional network to get to senior positions.

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