Lecture & Practice: Advanced Google-Based Sourcing – Recording, Slides, and More

Lecture & Practice: Advanced Google-Based Sourcing – Recording, Slides, and More 2016-10-29T08:36:28+00:00
Advanced Google-Based Sourcing

Google is the world’s number one search engine, and mastering this sourcing tool is a must for anyone who searches the Internet for professional information about people and companies.

In this advanced sourcing webinar, Master Sourcer Irina Shamaeva covers all of the latest advanced sourcing techniques on Google. She reviews the complete Google search syntax (including many options no longer officially documented), and discuss semantic search elements. You will learn the best practices, including the modern search “style” (hint: long OR statements are not productive), discover invisible search options, and advanced X-Raying syntax (with search templates). Irina also demonstrates a special technique for searching structured data, such as professional profiles on social sites.

What You Will Learn: The lecture offers a detailed and up-to-date look at advanced search on Google, including intermediate and advanced tips and tricks. The Practice Session is all about applying this acquired knowledge to hands-on Sourcing tasks.

Who Will Benefit: Sourcers, Recruiters, Researchers, Hiring Managers, Business Development, Marketing, Sales Managers, search enthusiasts, and anyone who wants to go beyond searching for a keyword or two and become the master of their own search destiny.

The presentation is in Double-Webinar format:

Advanced Google-Based Sourcing – Lecture ONLY
Duration: 90 minutes
Advanced Google-Based Sourcing – Practice ONLY
Duration: 90 minutes
Advanced Google-Based Sourcing – BOTH Lecture AND Practice Session
Register for BOTH Lecture and Practice (recommended; save $49!), and get access to ALL materials, including 3 hours of video instruction:

After providing payment, you will receive a confirmation email with instructions for accessing the materials from your chosen session(s) within one business day.