This post is second in a series focused on using Google to search for resumes on the Internet. In the first post I left some unanswered questions, such as why: I didnt talk about searching for CVs I didnt suggest using the tilde operator in conjuntion with the word resume I didnt use job when trying to eliminate false positive results I didnt How to Find Resumes on the Internet with Google.
resume. Yet more proof that Boolean search does not Internet search. Thats 2 strikes, Google. The third result is definitely not a resume it is a LinkedIn directory by name, within which is at least one positive hit on our search terms. Boolean methods can be used on any search engine: Google, LinkedIn, or even Facebook.
Boolean is a term used to define the process of combining keywords with words called operators. These operators tell the search engine how to Sourcing on Google: Boolean search for recruiters. Christina Pavlou Recruiting. Most of us only use Googlelite. Most people name their resume files using the word resume.
So, if you want to search Google for candidates resumes, its best to look for pages that include this word in their title or URL. You can use Boolean searches to help specify what it is you want to find, whether to make it more specific (using AND) or less specific (which is what OR is for). It's important to keep your Boolean operator in all uppercase letters because that's how Google understands that you're using a search Google Specific contract management negotiation draft (pre OR post) sales cv (filetype: doc OR filetype: pdf OR filetype: html) jobs reply submit send your eoe TPM (tpm OR total productive maintenance) There are all sorts of tools that will build search strings for you (like RecruitIn or the Boolean Bar) to help you find candidates online.
In my opinion, it is really better to be able to write your own boolean search strings and not totally rely on these tools. If you can write your own strings to use with Google or Bing then they will be looking for exactly