The live classes for January have sold out. Due to demand, we will repeating them February 20th and 21st.
If Facebook isn't part of your Sourcing strategy, you are missing out! Rapidly approaching two billion active users, Facebook has five times as many profiles as LinkedIn; more than the top traditional job boards combined!
Better still, Facebook's powerful messaging features will let you reach mobile users. If you find a great prospect on Facebook, you can also call or email them. (We will share how Facebook's features conveniently allow you to verify email addresses, and often mobile phone numbers.)
The informative Lecture covers advanced sourcing tips for identifying and engaging prospects from Facebook. The optional Practice Session provides extended Q&A, real-time demonstrations, and brainstorming solutions to your specific problems.
Included: A detailed guide to unlocking hidden "Graph search", including Boolean searches, to find just the most relevant prospects; how to discover contact information using lesser-known Facebook functionality; best practices for reaching out via Messenger; and useful third-party tools to improve efficiency.
Who will benefit: Recruiters, Sourcers, Business Development professionals, and anyone whose job involves searching for professionals online will benefit from this course.
Class Outcomes: You will receive a guide to current best practices for efficiently identifying and engaging prospects on Facebook, increasing your Sourcing performance and success with the immediately applicable materials.
The class is presented in two parts. Seating for both sessions is limited; register today to reserve your place:
Register for BOTH the Lecture and Practice (recommended; save $49!), and get access to ALL materials, including 3 hours of video instruction:
Can't make the scheduled dates and times? Don't worry! Anyone who registers will receive the complete recording, slides, and unlimited support, whether they attend live or not.
After providing payment, you will receive a confirmation email with instructions for accessing the materials from your chosen session(s) within one business day.