Irina Shamaeva
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A Close Look at "Open to New Opportunities"

Signaling that one is "Open to New Opportunities" without alarming your boss is certainly a good idea for a job seeker. Recently, LinkedIn introduced this feature.If you are a job seeker, there are a couple of things to be aware of here.(1) The signal you send gets…See More
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A Close Look at "Open to New Opportunities"

Signaling that one is "Open to New Opportunities" without alarming your boss is certainly a good idea for a job seeker. Recently, LinkedIn introduced this feature.If you are a job seeker, there are a couple of things to be aware of here.(1) The signal you send gets…See More
Oct 13
A blog post by Irina Shamaeva was featured

Search Like a Master in Three Simple Steps #NoBoolean

Want to search the Web like a Master? Here is a fast way to get there.Searching the Web is not Rocket Science. Everyone can learn to search even for complex information, such as professional bios, quite efficiently, following the three steps that I am about to describe. And the good news is, you do not necessarily have to use advanced search operators to find excellent results.Steps 1 and 2 are…See More
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Search Like a Master in Three Simple Steps #NoBoolean

Want to search the Web like a Master? Here is a fast way to get there.Searching the Web is not Rocket Science. Everyone can learn to search even for complex information, such as professional bios, quite efficiently, following the three steps that I am about to describe. And the good news is, you do not necessarily have to use advanced search operators to find excellent results.Steps 1 and 2 are…See More
Aug 31
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10 Little-Known Strings to Mine Member and Attendee Lists

Many Sourcers know how to locate lists of professionals in Excel format by using the operator filetype: and the typical column headings, such as name, title, company, and email. Indeed, by adding keywords to a search like filetype:xls name title company email we can find lists of professionals whose background we can further investigate to see if they match our…See More
Jul 24
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The redesigned LIR (LinkedIn Recruiter) breaks Boolean search syntax - and you need to know how

If you use LinkedIn Recruiter (LIR) and have upgraded to the long-awaited new User Interface and Search - have you noticed that previously working searches no longer produce the expected results? The idea behind the redesign was to provide suggestions - for example, for job titles. It's a good idea and should be of help, but...Let me outline what has happened around the switch to the new UI.LinkedIn has…See More
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The redesigned LIR (LinkedIn Recruiter) breaks Boolean search syntax - and you need to know how

If you use LinkedIn Recruiter (LIR) and have upgraded to the long-awaited new User Interface and Search - have you noticed that previously working searches no longer produce the expected results? The idea behind the redesign was to provide suggestions - for example, for job titles. It's a good idea and should be of help, but...Let me outline what has happened around the switch to the new UI.LinkedIn has…See More
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"Need sourcing help? I am open to a sourcing/name generation/talent mapping project. Non-IT only please :) irina@braingainrecruiting.com"
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A blog post by Irina Shamaeva was featured

In 2016, Googling Simpler is Better

The content below, backed up by examples, has immediate practical implications.Over the last few years, Google has made algorithm advances in the area of semantic search. Last Fall Google told us that their new semantic,…See More
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In 2016, Googling Simpler is Better

The content below, backed up by examples, has immediate practical implications.Over the last few years, Google has made algorithm advances in the area of semantic search. Last Fall Google told us that their new semantic,…See More
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Sourcing Certifications, Brain Gain Recruiting; "Boolean Strings" Network
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All Industries, Financial, Industrial, Technology, Utilities, Other
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http://www.braingainrecruiting.com
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http://booleanstrings.com
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A Close Look at "Open to New Opportunities"

Posted on October 13, 2016 at 7:30pm 0 Comments

Signaling that one is "Open to New Opportunities" without alarming your boss is certainly a good idea for a job seeker. Recently, LinkedIn introduced this feature.

If you are a job seeker, there are a couple of things to be aware of…

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Search Like a Master in Three Simple Steps #NoBoolean

Posted on August 31, 2016 at 8:30am 0 Comments

Want to search the Web like a Master? Here is a fast way to get there.

Searching the Web is not Rocket Science. Everyone can learn to search even for complex information, such as professional bios, quite efficiently, following the three steps that I am about to describe. And the good news is, you do not necessarily have to use advanced search operators to…

Continue

10 Little-Known Strings to Mine Member and Attendee Lists

Posted on July 24, 2016 at 1:32pm 0 Comments

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Many Sourcers know how to locate lists of professionals in Excel format by using the operator filetype: and the typical column headings, such as name, title, company, and email. Indeed, by adding keywords to a search like filetype:xls name title company email we can find lists of professionals whose background we can…

Continue

The redesigned LIR (LinkedIn Recruiter) breaks Boolean search syntax - and you need to know how

Posted on June 27, 2016 at 5:30pm 0 Comments

If you use LinkedIn Recruiter (LIR) and have upgraded to the long-awaited new User Interface and Search - have you noticed that previously working searches no longer produce the expected results? The idea behind the redesign was to provide suggestions - for example, for job titles. It's a good idea and should be of help, but...

Let me outline what has happened around the…

Continue

In 2016, Googling Simpler is Better

Posted on June 20, 2016 at 11:30am 0 Comments

The content below, backed up by examples, has immediate practical implications.

Over the last few years, Google has made algorithm advances in the area of semantic search. Last Fall Google told us that…

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At 4:37pm on September 7, 2010, Kevin Vaughn said…
Hi, my name is Kevin and I am the operations manager for a healthcare recruiting firm in Los Angeles, CA. I’m reaching out to you because you indicated on your profile that you were in healthcare staffing and possibly open to doing some splits. We have a lot of open job orders and offer a 50/50 fee split. Would you be open to discussing ways we could collaborate from time to time?
At 12:44pm on May 21, 2010, Jay Perreault {DCTechRecruiter} said…
Irena,

Thanks for Joining the DCTech group. Please feel free to post your current openings. Also let me know if you are having challenges identifying talent. I will check around for referrals for you if you ask.

Regards,

Jay
At 4:52pm on March 27, 2009, Sophia Simon said…
Irina,

The tips you mentioned in your comment are very useful. Thanks a lot for sharing your knowledge.
 
 
 

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