We’ve not been resident at uksourcers.co.uk for quite a whole year yet, but a rundown of our most popular content seems like the thing to do.
Make sure you haven’t missed anything on this Top 10 list…
Download this guide by Katharine Robinson (aka @TheSourceress) for all you need to know in order to improve your use of Search Engines like Google and Bing to find anything from candidates to news or leads.
Everyone uses Twitter in different ways – there is no right way. There are a few things that we think you should try not to do though. Read this post if you’re thinking about dipping your toe in the Twitter pond.
This is a simple Custom Search Engine that looks only for public LinkedIn profiles of people in the United Kingdom. Enter your keywords to find profiles that might have been hidden to you before.
Here we looks at how you might find talent in unexpected places like Amazon, Tumblr or Wikipedia.
Katie Lowe of Cactus Search looks at the role creativity plays in candidate souring. Katie is a Marketing & Digital Media professional and gives the vacancies at Cactus Search the biggest possible reach through a cocktail of marketing and social media.
I took my laptop down to one of the fantastic Reconverse lunch events and did a live sourcing demo. This post includes a terrible video that might give you some idea of what you can find in under 15 minutes with just an internet connection.
You will have noticed that LinkedIn has been changing a lot in 2012, especially since their IPO. Near the end of this year they have been rolling out new look profiles to everyone. One of the things to fall by the wayside in this profile and feature shuffle is the LinkedIn Events App. In this post we suggests some other tools you might want to check out now that this app is no more.
This post looks at one of the most common mistakes that I see in other people’s Boolean search strings. Are you making it?
Here you’ll find a list of advice, people to follow and events to consider attending if you’ve just started out in the world of Internet sourcing.
In this post Ralph Meyer looks at how he’s helped establish a sourcing function for talent acquisition. A must-read for all in-house practitioners wondering how sourcing fits into their model.
Do get in touch if you’d like to become a guest blogger and share your tips, experiences and sourcing wisdom with the UK Sourcers community in 2013.
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