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Wednesday
04
APR

Sourcing without LinkedIn Lecture

09:00
10:30
Sourcing Certifications
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In our most popular class, we demonstrate every major method to find professionals outside of LinkedIn.

LinkedIn is the primary tool used by many Sourcers today. Some of us log into LinkedIn first thing in the morning, stay there all day, and leave the wealth of other sites and ways for searching for professionals untouched.

Unless the professionals you are trying to find have informative LinkedIn profiles, containing all the right keywords to pre-qualify them, you are likely missing 90% of the information that can be found using other websites.

This class takes you through the process of identifying and mining data-rich sites across target industries, roles, and geographies. It teaches you how to find and extract candidate details from professional associations, discussion forums, and specialty social networks (leveraging X-Ray and deep web searches).

The class also touches on cross-referencing partial information found on one site, to find more details elsewhere (including contact information). Using the techniques from this class will also help you identify relevant background information about candidates, to warm up cold calls and emails.

What You Will Learn: To explore data-rich sites, to seek out new places to find your candidates, and Source where you have not Sourced before.

Who Will Benefit: Recruiters; Recruitment Managers and Teams; Sourcers; Staffing Managers; Talent Hunters; Inside Sales Managers; Business Development; Executive Search Firms; Searchers; Researchers; Hiring Managers.

Included: For live and recorded classes alike, all who register will receive the complete recording and presentation slides.

30 Days Support: This class includes our 30-day online support guarantee. Get answers to your questions, additional examples, and suggestions for implementing what you learn!