How To Boolean Search the Internet for Resumes and Passive Candidates

Jim StroudIn the VERY near future, I will be making a major announcement. Well, at least, major to me. For you… (shrugging my shoulders). As such, I will not be hawking certain items any longer on my site. (Once you hear my announcement, you will figure out why.) As such, I am having a sort of “fire sale” on said items before they are retired from the web. All that to say, buy now before they are deleted on (or around) July 5th.

The Recruiter’s Guide to Google – This 30-minute video explains how to use basic and advanced functions of Google to find free resumes on the internet. (Download it today for $49.50)

How to Find Clients For Your Recruiting Business – Generating business is a challenge in any economy, but it is especially difficult during a recession. Now imagine that you own a Searchfirm and your business is to supply talent when so many people are looking for work. Sound bleak” Sound hopeless” Its not… Jim Stroud shares tips, tricks and strategies for using Google, Yahoo and real-time searchengines to find hidden business leads, then shows you how to automate the process. (Download this ebook now for only $9.95)

The Searchologist Magazine – Designed with Recruiters in mind, Jim Stroud teaches you how to use the internet to find free resumes and passive candidates. These unique and innovative strategies will guide you in finding leads that your competitors overlook everyday. Each issue retails at $24.95 (USD). Click the magazine cover to order that issue.


Issue 4:The Automation Issue
This issue is dedicated to the question, “Hey Jim, how can I put resume sourcing and lead generation on automatic because I don’t have time to do all that stuff?” Plus, how to manage your search strings, how to find programmers worth recruiting, how to get passive candidates to send you their resume and more, lots more. Get your copy now!

Issue 3:How to Prospect The Hidden Job Market
In the latest issue, Jim Stroud details how to use free websites and resources to prospect the hidden job market. Among the topics discussed: How to use Google to find jobs locally and overseas. How, where and why you should post your resume online. How to create a Twitter Resume. How to use Bing to source Executives and more… (lots more) This issue is full of tech tips for job hunters determined to get an edge in their job hunt.

Issue 2: Where are all the online resumes?
In the 2nd issue of The Searchologist Magazine, Jim Stroud asks the question, “How many resumes are there on the internet?” As he does, he takes note on the most popular regions for resumes, the most popular regions for CVs, the most popular formats for online resumes, the most popular top level domains for resumes and discovers the best places online for finding Software Developers and passive candidates in general. And if that is not enough for you, Jim also details how to get your perfect candidate hired, teases with you secret codes and lists over 100 search strings for finding active and passive candidates online, plus… so much more. This is a MUST have issue for Sourcers the world over.

Issue 1:The Searchologist Magazine
Jim Stroud has over a decade of experience in Recruitment Research, Competitive Intelligence and Training with such companies as Google, Microsoft, Siemens and MCI. Inside The Searchologist, he shares unique and innovative strategies for finding top notch talent.

In the premiere issue of The Searchologist, you will find:

* How to source candidates that do not exist
* How to generate leads from instant messenger
* How to generate leads from online news
* How to find clients for your recruiting business
* How to find resumes most Recruiters overlook
* How to generate leads from Flickr
* And more…

Before you spend any money on job boards, read this first! No Recruiter should be without this information.

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One thought on “How To Boolean Search the Internet for Resumes and Passive Candidates”

  1. How can I still get Issue 4:The Automation Issue I am very interested in finding ways about automating the process in a cost effective way and what tools are out there to do this.

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