Category: linkedin

New & Free Boolean Builder (for those that don’t have LIR)

Here is the thing… if you don’t have LinkedIn Recruiter (LIR) you cannot really run regular Boolean queries on LinkedIn. Not even with a paid account. Well yeah… you can still x-ray LinkedIn on Google or by leveraging one of the x-raying tools like Recruit’em or SourceHub – but x-raying always seemed to me like

Something strange with #LinkedIn – Zakład optyczny and other fake companies

So I was recently playing around with LinkedIn’s country filter (mainly to help our Boolean friend simultaneously search within multiple EU countries) when I noticed something quite bizarre… I wanted to see which company had the most LinkedIn members in Poland (Hungary or Czech) so I used these location filters and went to ‘All companies’. In Poland,

X-ray Your #in Connections’ Connections

It is not a game changer trick but a rather helpful one if you directly want to search within your #in connections’ connections. Why do I think it is worth for sharing? Often, #in profiles remain hidden from us as they do not contain the keywords we are using in a search. With this trick

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