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Sourcing News and Tips - Issue #9

Do you know that feeling when you discover a useful new "hack”? Like, when you realize that it's so m
February 18 · Issue #9 · View online
Sourcing News and Tips
Do you know that feeling when you discover a useful new “hack”? Like, when you realize that it’s so much easier to open a banana the other way around, or that there are ten completely undocumented but very useful search operators for LinkedIn that you never knew about before. 😳
We are always chasing that feeling, in the interest of finding better and easier ways to source, and sharing them with you. Our Sourcing Hacks book collects 25 of our favorites Sourcing productivity hacks, most of which are applicable to any industry and all of which are simple and free to implement. Readers tell us that they “use the hacks every day”, are getting better results - and more fun working - than before they read the book. Next week, we’re presenting a live webinar based on the book (see "Training Events” below).
Hacks are the overall theme of this week’s issue, and we’d love to hear your favorites, too. Drop us a line, or see “Feedback” below for more ways to join the conversation.

Training Events
Our online Sourcing classes provide the latest, most up-to-date info on Sourcing core concepts, best practices, tools, and advanced techniques. See our full list of upcoming classes here.
Sourcing Hacks
Sourcing without LinkedIn Workshop
Mastering LinkedIn Recruiter
Featured Question of the Week
Over on YouTube, we’re producing short videos answering reader questions and demonstrating neat Sourcing tricks.
Sourcing Certifications Question of the Week - Episode 1
News Roundup - Selected Sourcing Stories
Four “Lazy Operators” for Lazy Sourcers
New Email Search Tool for Offense & Defense
10 creative candidate-sourcing strategies from IKEA, Spotify, Deloitte and more
Recruiting Neurodiversity: How Dyslexic and Autistic Minds Can Move Your Business Forward
Despite the Recent Google Fine, GDPR is Proving to Be Helpful for One Particular Group: Recruiters
We’d love to hear from you! If you have something to share, a question, comment, or other feedback, please reply back and let us know.
Or join in the discussion over on the Boolean Strings Facebook group.
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