With so much technology, platforms, extensions, plug-ins, communities… In TalentFY we have found 4 tools that allow you to easily find good profiles on networks.
Of course, once you have identified the professionals you would like to find, you will have the arduous task of contacting them and finding out if they are interested in moving to your company or if they are already immersed in offers and they will not listen to you… But let’s not get ahead of the obstacles and enjoy until we can these clever tools.
Recruitment Geek LinkedIn Xray Search - Candidates on LinkedIn
But… What’s the advantage of searching on LinkedIn? Well, first that this tool allows to dodge the limit of free searches of people allowed by LinkedIn monthly. And, secondly, that the results are different, because your profile and your contacts condition your searches on LinkedIn, while when you make them in this search engine these conditions disappear and the results are neutral.
HireEZ - Boolean searches
Directly from this tool you can perform Boolean searches on 34 different platforms, grouped by themes. In addition, HireEZ offers a smart search for candidates on Facebook and Github through the keywords you select and the city or country that interests you.
Another interesting and free feature is its contact data search engine. If you’re interested in reaching a particular person, you can get their contact information if you know their name, location, and company they work for.
Recruit’em - Candidates in 7 social networks
This application also creates text strings for boolean searches in Google, which you can edit according to your needs. After user requests, it now also allows the use of the search parameters AND” and OR”.
And if you regularly use Recruit’em for the same type of candidates, you have the option to save searches, saving you time. In addition, you will be able to conduct your searches from the same website, that if each social network has its separate tab with its parameters to fill.
Followerwonk - Candidates on Twitter
Followerwonk has two very interesting points: one that allows you to take a look at the tweets of your potential candidates and even establish a first contact with them, and another that you may be interested in incorporating a professional with specific hobbies. If for example you are looking for a copywriter for a company that sells basketball equipment, you will surely want someone who likes this sport and it is very likely that person will explain their hobbies in their profile or biography of Twitter.
And you knew these tools? Have you ever used them? What other tools do you know that we haven’t discussed in the article?
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