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Monday, August 22, 2016

Connectifier Social Link - Google Chrome Extension #Sourcingtool

Earlier, LinkedIn has announced that it has acquired Connectifier for an undisclosed amount. Recently, they have introduced a new tool, Connectifier Social Links - a Google Chrome extension which a free of cost. 


Using this tool, you can do cross referencing of a particular candidate profile across various Social Media Channels. This tool very well works with LinkedIn and Twitter.

Once you added this tool. you will be finding it in the on the top of your Chrome. When the Social links are found for the user, you will see a green indication or else it would be grey. 

You can find the candidate's Social link on the right bottom of your page. 

You can download the Connectifier Social Link here :


Information about Connectifier Social Links :

Version: 0.1.4
Updated: July 27, 2016
Size: 43.58KB
Language: English 

Happy Sourcing !!!
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Sunday, June 12, 2016

Hiretual - LinkedIn #Sourcingtool

Couple of days before, I had an opportunity to chat with NinhTran (Chief Marketing Officer) of Hiretual. He introduced me a brand new tool, Hiretual which would make your sourcing through LinkedIn much easier and comfortable.

It would help you to do all in One Click: 
  • Frame Boolean Search in one click.
  • Find the candidate’s insights (Expertise, Relevance, Compensation, Retention and Contract details) using Big data.
  • Improved search result in LinkedIn with target talent.   

Here you go :

1. Login Hiretual using your LinkedIn login


Hiretual Login Screen


2. Hiretual extension will be added in your Google Chrome tool bar. 



3. Now Click on the "Search bar" in LinkedIn to search for your candidates or else you can also do a smart search in Hiretual.  You will find the Hiretual tool on the right hand side of LinkedIn. (In smart search, you will find the list of predefined expertise) 





4. Now each expertise corresponds to a Boolean search string.




5. Once you click on View Result, the search result will be opened up in LinkedIn





6. 
6. Improved search results (mentioning experience in particular Skill) will now appear in your LinkedIn search results. 



7. Once you click the LinkedIn profile, on your right hand side you will notice the complete analysis of the candidate profile - Peer Ranking, Year of experience, Expertise of Skills, Compensation Range and Contact information. 



Happy Sourcing to all 


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Sunday, March 27, 2016

Best Practices to be followed on #Twitter

Twitter comes with a steep learning curve. People come to Twitter to discover what’s happening in the world right now, to learn from the experts, to share information instantly, and connect with people and businesses around the globe. 

Some of us have been users of Twitter since they started. I’ve gathered few best practices you need to follow on Twitter. I hope you will enjoy reading it :)
Remember : The Most important thing about Twitter is being Social. It is NOT about Broadcasting or advertising. It's all about interacting and making relationship with each other. 
First you need to know Twitter Limits :

  • Follower Limit : 5000 plus upto 10% more than you follow 
  • Following (Daily) : 1000
  • Direct Messages : 1,000 messages sent per day upto 10,000 Character.
  • Tweets Per day : 2,400 per day. The daily update limit is further broken down into smaller limits for semi-hourly intervals. Retweets are counted as Tweets.
  • Changes to account email: Four per hour.

Listed below are some Twitter best Practice :

1. Say NO to Just a link with no text. No one is going to click on that : 

2. Participate in live Twitter chats that are relevant to your interest and you will find like-minded people to help expand your network. Check this link to find the twitter chat happening across the globe : http://tweetreports.com/twitter-chat-schedule/

3. Tweets with image links get 2x the engagement rate of those without : 


4. Don’t use too many hastags : 

Using more than two hashtags in a tweet will decrease your retweet rate. Tweets overloaded with hashtags look messy, are hard to read. Quite often tweets without hashtags perform better. When you use more than two hashtags, your engagement actually drops by an average of 17 percent.


5. Know your Twitter Analytics Dashboard :

Twitter rolled out analytics to all users in 2014. It help you to understand your retweet, impression rates. Visit often while logged in to your Twitter account. If you are noticing a pattern in the types of tweets that receive a lot of engagement, then post more of them. 
Click here for Analytics Dashboard : https://analytics.twitter.com



6. Follow 60-30-10 rule : Your tweet should have 

  • 60% retweets and pointers to promote items from other users / sites
  • 30% conversation and responses (use hastags wisely) 
  • 10% of the time you can promote yourself / your blogs 

7. Always use Twitter Lists :

Lists allow you to group users on Twitter. When you group together, it will be easier for you to listen to specific groups of information. Click here to create a Twitter List: https://support.twitter.com/articles/76460

8. Schedule your Tweet :

For better Twitter engagement, you can schedule your Tweet and it can also act as a huge time saver. These tools can be used at free of cost :


9. Don't send Auto DMs:

Never send automated DMs and it is considered as SPAM. Auto-messages aren't engaging and you aren't reaching out personally for relationship building. Twitter is all about relationship building. 

Here is how you can be awesome on Twitter 


I would happy to connect with you on Twitter : @sathish_ganesh

Thank you for Reading !! 

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Saturday, February 20, 2016

Celebrating Recruiter's Today's 100th Blog Post


Hello Awesome people, 


Blogging is a strange experience. You get to share your thoughts and learning with the whole world. But, yet you never really know who is out there reading your posts and whether or not you are actually inspiring anyone.


I still remember, like it was yesterday, the day that I first started blogging. That day was October 30th, 2011. Just a quick note to let you know that the blog reached a milestone of 100 blog posts and of 66,000 views !!

Thank you so much for being a part of my blogging journey and once again, thank you for reading and sharing these posts and I love hearing from all of you. 


Your support is appreciated. Looking forward to the next 100.


Your Truly, 

Sathish Ganesh 
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Friday, December 25, 2015

A new trend in Social Recruiting - Just Swipe

2015 is almost over and one trend in recruiting is certainly clear: your employer brand is crucial to talent acquisition success in the digital age. 


amazon hiring engineers on tinderIf you’re young and single, Tinder is one of the apps you likely use for a long term relationship. But that's not going to stop recruiters to look for candidates on the dating app.

In many ways, recruiting is a lot like dating. In the process of finding the perfect match, what works for one might work for the other. 

An estimated 50 million people use Tinder every day—with an average of 12 million matches per day. Click here to know more stats : 


Earlier this month, Amazon decided to try recruiting young top talent by approaching people via the Online dating app, Tinder.  They have asked them to swipe right for a chance to work on their cloud storage service Amazon Web Services with the headline, "WE ARE HIRING ENGINEERS!"

It shows that the employers are looking out for innovate ways to reach the potential employers (Passive job seekers). 


A recent news from Business Insider was, Ariella Young - startup founder (Mychefit, a platform that sends chefs to cook in your home) in London says she has been recruiting chefs over Tinder. She has managed to successfully hire two chefs.


Here's presenting you  three fresh Tinder-like apps 


Switch : 


Much like Tinder, Switch allows you to quickly and easily browse through job postings—swipe right to like, swipe left to pass. When a match occurs, the candidate can connect and chat instantly with the hiring manager.The Switch app is used by top companies like Accenture, eBay, and Walmart.


It has secured $2 million in seed round funding led by Rhodium and Metamorphic Ventures.

Switch includes an option to see relevant positions from other job sites, including all the major career sites like Monster, LinkedIn and Glassdoor.


For now the app is completely free for both candidates and internal corporate recruiters, though they will eventually roll out a tiered payment plan for employers.

Here is how it works :















Download Switch app here : Android Users


JobSnap :

JobSnap is a smartphone app marketed to young adults from 18 to 22 years old looking for an entry-level position in the restaurant, retail and hospitality industry. The app has a swipe model with a twist: Job candidates and employers upload 30-second videos to tell their story, which replace the usual photo and profile.

Download JobSnap app here : iPhone Users (As of now available for iPhone users) 



Jobr :

It helps job seekers locate jobs in their area that match their experience and interests. We would be able to connect with active or passive job seekers who would make a great fit for their organization. When recruiters swipe right, the candidate will receive a notification that a recruiter is interested in setting up an interview. 

The startup added $2 million in seed funding from a wide range of investors. To learn and to download Jobr, visit their website here.




Here is one interesting survey by Glassdoor on the state of mobile job search : 
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Note : All the above mentioned apps, I'm yet to explore it. I've collected these details from various sources.
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