Lecture & Practice: Sourcing on Facebook and Twitter – Recording, Slides, and More

Lecture & Practice: Sourcing on Facebook and Twitter – Recording, Slides, and More 2016-10-29T08:20:16+00:00
Sourcing on Facebook and Twitter

Sourcers and Recruiters face increasing costs for searching and messaging on dedicated professional networks (you know what we mean!) and decreasing performance on job boards. Besides, there are millions of qualified professionals whom you won’t find from these sources.

In this webinar, we cover all the ways to utilize Facebook and Twitter for Sourcing (that won’t affect your budget). These two major Social Networks contain volumes of business information and provide easy ways to engage target professionals.

The webinar covers a multitude of hands-on sourcing tips. We provide a detailed guide to accessing the Facebook Graph search (that is “officially” gone but still exists on the back-end); ways to do Boolean searches on Facebook; discovering contact information using lesser-known Facebook built-in functionality, and understanding the new Facebook Messenger. We explain searching Twitter’s “firehose” and using Twitter messaging and “tweet to” capabilities. We also demonstrate social lookup tools to locate professionals on these networks, get additional data on their professional skills, and make contact with highly relevant messages.

Included: The slides and video recording from the session(s), and one month of support for any questions about sourcing on Facebook and Twitter.

The presentation is in Double-Webinar format:

Sourcing on Facebook and Twitter – Lecture ONLY
Duration: 90 minutes
Sourcing on Facebook and Twitter – Practice ONLY
Duration: 90 minutes
Sourcing on Facebook and Twitter – 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.