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Facebook Sourcing 3.0

Sourcing on Facebook is not like sourcing on LinkedIn… you cannot run complex Boolean searches (with tens of synonyms in your string) and cannot find people via skills or competencies. Facebook sourcing is quite limited. There are only three (plus one*) major requirements that you can apply in your search: 1) location, 2) employer and

The Facebook #Sourcing Tutorial Part 2.

Facebook is changing the graph and introducing a new, keyword-based search engine. This may result a way to run more complex Boolean syntaxes in the future, however, as an immediate effect, has blocked the old-way graph search possibilities. Remember the story when we asked questions like ‘people who studied at xyz’? Yep, that has totally

The Facebook #Sourcing Tutorial Part1

Dedicated to my old/new friends, Irina, Stacy and Jim who inspired me to complete this tutorial START HERE! Boy, this is a little bit advanced stuff on how to crack Facebook Graph Search. If you are a newbie in leveraging Graph Search please first go watch Johnny Campbell’s video or read Glen’s posts or these posts on

Cracking Open Facebook – my show on #trulondon #sourcinglab

This is the prezi I have created to help you get my newest top sourcing materials. I have been fortunate to discover some amazing Facebook search tricks. You will also find a new Google Custom Search Engine (CSE) which x-rays Facebook for fans and likes and comments. Check it out and let me know your

Another Scary Talent ID Tool – Sourcing On Facebook

Facebook has got a ‘See friendship’ function which is meant to show your mutual friends with any of your friends. You can easily find it on a friend’s timeline. The scary thing is that this feature (its URL) can be applied for any of the Facebook users so it can be a rather powerful sourcing

A Few Of My Favourite Facebook Strings

The only thing that makes a sourcer optimistic is the belief that people make mistakes. I have been trying to source from Facebook for quite a long time and it has always seemed to be a mission impossible for me. However, the hope that one day we will be able to identify candidates from that

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