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15 Fresh Ideas for Sourcing Candidates
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  1. 1. 15 Fresh Ideas for Sourcing Candidates Search outside the box You’ve probably sourced on LinkedIn, but have you ever thought about sourcing on Amazon? Quora? People have profiles and information all over the web, and it’s a sourcer’s job to think outside the box to find them. Differentiating the places you source opens up new candidate pools, gives you unique candidate insights, and is often less competitive than the popular go-to resources. Where you source will vary based on factors like industry and role, but here are 15 websites and strategies for sourcing candidates from Paired Sourcing Co-Founder Jer Langhans to get you thinking in creative ways. 1. Bit.ly Anyone who’s ever shortened or customized a link through Bit.ly also has a profile on the site. Source from Bit.ly profiles to find information like names, links to other social media profiles, and links to the content they share. 2. Facebook Search Facebook Search makes finding the information you need simple. It’s a semantic search engine, meaning you can type your query into the search bar in plain english and it will deliver back accurate results. 3. Boolean Searches A Boolean search operates with AND, OR, and NOT logic. Here are four ways you can use Boolean for sourcing: A) Run a geo-targeted search for a zip code range and area code 4. Google Play Store Rarely are emails as easy to find as they are in the Google Play Store. Every app in the store includes an email, which usually belongs to the developer who built the app. 5. Dribbble Dribbble is a website for designers to showcase their work and current projects. Naturally, it’s a fitting place to source designers. 6. Github Engineers share, code, and contribute to open source projects on GitHub. It’s a great place to not only find technical talent, but learn more about the work they’re passionate about. 7. Quora Browsing the answers to professional questions on Quora, like “What’s the best way to optimize my website for SEO?” is a clever way to find subject matter experts. B) Search for resume files and specify by company C) Find powerpoint decks with contact information D) Track down speaker lists from recent years
  2. 2. For more sourcing resources Go to www.lever.co/recruiting-resources Hire the best through collaborative recruiting, https://lever.co 8. Amazon Amazon book reviews can also lead to promising candidates. A person who leaves a review on JavaScript, for example, might know a thing or two about JavaScript. 9. YouTube YouTube is yet another place to find subject matter experts. They’ll post their own videos, or be featured in YouTube videos in the domains they’re experts in. 10. Foursquare Going after talent at specific companies? With Foursquare, you can browse through potential candidates who’ve checked in at the companies you want to source from. 11. Facebook Places Just like Foursquare, you can search for people who have checked in at certain locations. 12. Google Alerts Show your dream candidates you really care by setting up a Google Alert for their name. You’ll be one of the first to know any time they’re mentioned online, letting you follow up with a meaningful message that should increase your chances of getting a response. 13. Stack Overflow Stack Overflow is a forum for programmers and developers to ask questions and get them answered. Like GitHub, it’s a promising place to source engineers. 14. Meetup.com People with similar interests and passions come together through Meetups, making it the perfect place to find aficionados of all sorts. Meetups happen in person, but you can also browse members of different groups online. 15. Your own ATS Your own applicant tracking system is full of candidates who’ve already heard of your company, and many who’ve actively applied to it. It should be one of the first places you kick off any candidate search. Keep track of why you archive people (compensation, timing, wrong role, role filled, etc.) so you can reach out with the messaging that will make the most impact on the candidate. The more time you spend manually logging candidate information into a spreadsheet or ATS and toggling back and forth between screens, the less time you have to spend on the activities that deliver real value – like identifying talent and filling your pipeline. Lever’s Chrome extension enables you to source more efficiently than ever before. No more manual spreadsheet entry or switching between screens. We’ve built sourcing directly into our ATS so that anyone at your company can quickly import candidate profiles from the web, directly into Lever. To learn more about how our Chrome extension supports both sourcing and referrals, read our datasheet, here. Shrink your sourcing workload with Lever’s Chrome Extension

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