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HOW TO: Find Recruiters on LinkedIn

You might find this infographic, updated from a 2013 version featured on AvidCareerist, helpful in finding potential clients. It can also be a terrific resource to bookmark and share with job seekers when you want to give a helping hand.


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I’m an executive resume and LinkedIn profile writer, retained search consultant, and blogger at …


Added by Donna Svei on April 16, 2014 at 1:30am — No Comments

Enhancing Your LinkedIn Profile II: 7 More Tasks and 23+ Tips

Recently I published 7 Simple To Dos for Rookies to Enhance Their LinkedIn Profile, the first in a three-part series that offers a “crawl-walk-run” approach to helping folks upgrade their LinkedIn…


Added by Courtney Hunt on April 11, 2014 at 6:00am — 2 Comments

7 Simple To Dos for Rookies to Enhance Their LinkedIn Profile

To some people it may seem rather ridiculous to share this kind of guidance in 2014, but judging from the anemic LinkedIn profiles I view on a daily basis, it's clear that it's advice people still need. I know everyone is busy, but if how they represent themselves as professionals is important to them (and it should be), they need to make the time to get this particular…


Added by Courtney Hunt on April 8, 2014 at 7:30am — 6 Comments

AIRS Free Resume Search - Google Chrome Extension

AIRS have created a new tool (Google Chrome Extension) which would be easier to search resumes from Google, LinkedIn and Indeed. AIRS can be reached at

Add the resume search Google chrome extension using …


Added by Sathish Ganesh on February 18, 2014 at 8:07am — No Comments

View 3rd Degree LinkedIn Profile - When you don’t know the last name.

If you have a first name, you can do a X-Ray LinkedIn armed only with the basics.

Example: intitle:lance "location * san francisco bay area" "industry * e-learning" 

If you’re 3rd degree or beyond, you’ll notice that Lance has no mention of his employer, skills or anything outside of his name, location and industry. These three elements are the minimum a public profile can have so take…


Added by Sathish Ganesh on February 18, 2014 at 7:58am — No Comments

A Little Love From LinkedIn

A couple of weeks ago, RecruitingBlogs partnered up with LinkedIn to find out what candidates can do to woo recruiters this Valentine’s Day.  You answered, and LinkedIn listened,…


Added by Matt Charney on February 13, 2014 at 11:30am — 5 Comments

Agency Recruiters "Censored!" LinkedIn Awash in "Tombstone Epitaphs!"

Recent changes to LinkedIn's feature-set whereby "Company Pages" are afforded In-Profile  Activity Feed's (like Facebook's "Update Status"), but "Member Profile Pages" no longer enjoy the feature, "Censor" Agency Recruiters for 2 key reasons.…


Added by Nick Lagos on February 12, 2014 at 1:29pm — No Comments

LinkedIn, Maintaining Relevance, or Downward Slide!

Recently, I noticed the "Activity" feed on my LinkedIn Profile Page was no longer visible to me or my visitors.  Initially, I assumed a "bug" took hold so I reported the malady to LinkedIn, only to find the omission was intentional.

Technical support offered no reason but to say "Activity feeds have been…


Added by Nick Lagos on January 30, 2014 at 8:55am — 10 Comments

Finding Keywords - A cool tool alternative to LinkedIn Skills Pages

I got this cool tool tip from Jim Stroud on using Google Drive to get alternative keywords for particular job titles and skills.


Added by Shane McCusker on December 2, 2013 at 7:38am — No Comments

EZ, Free Boolean Search String Generator for LinkedIn, Google Plus, Xing, Viadeo & More

Hi Recruiters!

Earlier this week I stumbled across a basic Boolean search string generator from a London based company called Clever Biscuit. 

I wrote an AvidCareerist post about it, directed to the job seeker audience, here: Find the Hiring Manager with This Free, New Tool. 

The post has everything you need to use the tool for recruiting. It's so easy to use, you don't even have…


Added by Donna Svei on November 23, 2013 at 1:30pm — 2 Comments

New LinkedIn Features Move Content Marketing Into Recruiting Mainstream

Earlier today, we covered the launch of LinkedIn Talent Updates, a content sharing service which allows LinkedIn Recruiter customers the ability to post content outside of just sharing jobs directly from the LinkedIn Recruiter…


Added by Matt Charney on November 19, 2013 at 5:30pm — No Comments

Talent Updates: Content Marketing Feature Added to LinkedIn Recruiter

Today, industry juggernaut LinkedIn announced the release of a new feature within its LinkedIn recruiter software called Talent Updates.  With Talent Updates, recruiters now share branded content like company blog posts, videos and news directly from…


Added by Matt Charney on November 19, 2013 at 12:30pm — No Comments

Redefine Your Recruitment and Social Media Strategies

Rich Peterson stated, Using, non-traditional recruiting media,” is also a chance for you to convey something about your corporate culture and job opportunities to jobseekers.

1.) Signatures: Ask all of your employees, companywide, to put a footer in their e-mails reminding people that their, “company is hiring.” A signature can say "Note: we're hiring Star Developers, Energized Sales Managers and Effective Digital…


Added by Richard Peterson on November 11, 2013 at 12:30pm — 4 Comments

Can Employers Control Their Employees’ LinkedIn Profiles?

Employees are the cogs that keep company gears moving forward. It’s understandable that any business would want to keep those cogs well-oiled and optimized. Problems that an employee may encounter are also the company’s problems. That being said, employees are still people, and they have free will. Trying to control and manipulate them will end badly.

That point also holds true when it comes to social profiles such as LinkedIn. Companies are already attempting to dictate the content…


Added by Adrienne Erin on November 5, 2013 at 3:42pm — 2 Comments

WARNING: LinkedIn Candidate Fatigue Approaching...

Let's be honest with ourselves. All recruiters are using LinkedIn - whether they admit it or not. They won't be using it as the only search tool - or at least I hope they're not!…


Added by Martin Ellis on November 5, 2013 at 10:11am — 26 Comments

Jobs for Sale! Recruiters, Big Data & Data Privacy

After attending a number of Recruiting and HR conferences this fall, I have noticed a few common themes. In particular, in both Europe and the U.S. the major focus has been on 1) “Big Data”; and 2) recruiters as marketing and sales people.These ideas are widely accepted –…


Added by Nicole Greenberg Strecker, Esq on November 1, 2013 at 10:00am — 4 Comments

News from #InTalent: Has LinkedIn Handed Recruiters a Branding Pandora's Box?

On Wednesday, the big news at Talent Connect was that LinkedIn had gone mobile.  But mobile access wasn't the only upgrade that LinkedIn's Recruiter product received, although this one received very little fanfare:  recruiters who occupy a LinkedIn Recruiter seat can now post status updates directly onto…


Added by Crystal Miller on October 18, 2013 at 7:30am — 4 Comments

Interesting Chrome extension for LinkedIn - Star Finder

I am beta-testing a tool called Star Finder ( - a Chrome Plugin that scores every LinkedIn Profile you open in your Chrome browser. The score is based on a number of factors: the number and quality of their recommendations, connections, and endorsements from other high-score individuals; the number of their followers at Github and AngelList;…


Added by Masha Yudin on October 16, 2013 at 11:14pm — No Comments

Live from #LinkedIn #InTalent - LinkedIn's Going Mobile

We have been hearing for awhile now that mobile is where it's at, and today?  LinkedIn announced they agree.  A big part of the product announcements are focused on their mobile users. Makes sense, since somewhere between 70-80% of job seekers report using mobile to find their next career move & 30% of…


Added by Crystal Miller on October 16, 2013 at 2:51pm — No Comments

Are people ignoring their LinkedIn inbox because of too many messages from recruiters?

I have been using LinkedIn since the beginning and have had a LinkedIn Recruiter account for the last few years. I was doing a audit of my current account usage, as well as trying different formats to increase responses. With a current accept rate of 15%, I should be happy with the results, right? I look back to comments by Lou Adler about how to get a much higher response rate. I use templates and personalized messages. I try both direct and indirect recruiting. 

In doing a deep…


Added by Chuck Radcliff on October 3, 2013 at 5:26pm — 15 Comments

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