Diversify Your Search Resources

Getting tired of the same old, same old? Finding that your search queries on your favorite search engines aren’t producing the results ou want? Perhaps it’s time to spread your wings. A recent study by computer scientists at the NEC Research Institute in Princeton NJ implied that the major search engines have indexed less than 35% of what’s available on the Web. This means there’s plenty of Web left to explore. A lot of that territory is filled with white papers, personal homepages, directories, etc. So, how to find those pages? Diversify your search sources. IT recruiters can:

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Want something more localized? Loads of cities and states have their own resource directories and search tools. Get started with the following:

Your ability to search is limited only by your search resources. Think outside the box and beat out your competition.

Jennifer Hicks, a seasoned Internet researcher who writes extensively on the use of the Internet for job hunters and recruiters, is a contributor to AIRS research. The AIRS Search Guide acts as your personal trainer, guiding you through our Advanced Internet Recruitment Strategies (AIRS) in a highly illustrated offline magazine. Each issue is full of new sourcing strategies, search examples, step-by-step procedures, and AIRS latest research for finding high-value passive candidates on the Internet. Contact AIRS at searchguide@airsproducts.com

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