All Blog Posts Tagged 'URL' (4)

The 5 Things Everyone Should Know About SEO In Job Descriptions

No one but Larry and Sergey know the secret sauce in Google’s algorithm, but there are 5 principles to help you “think like Google” that will help your SEO (search engine optimization) for your job descriptions.

1) The URL Should Be In Plain English

Let’s start at the top: the URL.…


Added by Jason Webster on December 4, 2012 at 11:30pm — No Comments

What Does a Google URL mean? Part II


As mentioned in What Does a Google URL mean? Part I, every query we ask Google to run is represented with a URL that points to a results page, these URL’s are not static, but dynamic links which are continually updated and therefore provide real time results. 


To fully maximize the use of our Boolean operators and Google queries we must understand the URL Syntax Google uses. …


Added by Sourcing Apprentice on March 17, 2011 at 7:08am — No Comments

A shortcut to adding Tiny URL

First off if you want to follow me on Twitter

Last week I wrote an entry about using Twitter and Facebook with Tiny URL to use your status to promote anything from your resume to job postings to events.

It turns out there is a short cut using Firefox

First off, you should be using Firefox as they are many extensions and tools that are helpful with recruiting and sourcing.

The useful add on is called TinyURL creator and you… Continue

Added by Marcus Ronaldi on November 9, 2008 at 2:05pm — No Comments

Another link to add to Advance URL Builder - Facebook

If you are using the Advanced URL Builder addin for Firefox to look up information try this link:

to lookup up people by comany

Added by John Turnberg on March 19, 2008 at 3:10pm — 1 Comment

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