See how you can perform Google searches that could lead you to your next hire
Many top recruiter and sourcing team members don't spend all of their time on LinkedIn when recruiting. As a matter of fact, they use Google to x-ray search for profiles on LinkedIn and many other sites to reveal talent profiles that they can find better using the powerful search engine.
Using Google's advanced boolean search terms you can identify and contact people without ever visiting many of the sites that Google has already indexed their data from.
Here's some example searches that you can play with to reveal some of these profiles for yourself.
What to do now?
Once you've found a list of Google profiles, you can either click to their profiles directly, but be careful as LinkedIn actually has a counter on the number of times you click into LinkedIn from outside of LinkedIn which could then result in you being blocked from seeing profiles on the site for a period of time.
Instead, you can use a tool like WebClipDrop to capture the names, titles, and company names that are displayed for every person on the Google search results without ever visiting LinkedIn at all, which will then enrich every contact by finding their email address and other contact information using our enrichment process, allowing you to email every contact directly.
You will see how the WebClipDrop tool extracts the contacts from the Google search string below:
After you've clipped the contacts out of Google, then WebClipDrop will go to work to find every contacts email address along with their other social profile links so that you can make contact with them directly. You can see a sample of the results after the enrichment process looks below.
Now that you have these contacts, you can either email them directly from with WebClipDrop, or you could drop them into your ATS or CRM to send a campaign from those tools, or you could drop them into a CSV file and create a Google Sheet that you could then contact and track progress for these contacts.
You can watch this entire process on the video below:
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