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Since there are a lot of recruiters that have ‘never’ sourced but want to learn how to do it here are some great and very easy to apply sourcing tips and tools sourcers shared at Sourcing Summit ...

Since there are a lot of recruiters that have ‘never’ sourced but want to learn how to do it here are some great and very easy to apply sourcing tips and tools sourcers shared at Sourcing Summit Europe that I would like to share with you:

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  • Tips  &  tools  for  (star.ng)  sourcers  
  •                   In  my  last  blog*  I  wrote  about  the  fact  that   sourcers  like  to  share.     *You  can  find  it  on  my  SlideShare  page:   slideshare.net/renebolier  
  •                 Since  there  are  a  lot  of  recruiters  that  have   ‘never’  sourced  but  want  to  learn  how  to  do  it   here  are  some  great  and  very  easy  to  apply   sourcing  Bps  and  tools  sourcers  shared  at   Sourcing  Summit  Europe  that  I  would  like  to   share  with  you:  
  • Tip  1:  Familiarise  yourself  when  you  are   recruiBng  in  a  city  for  the  first  Bme.     Tool:  Google  Streetview  
  • Tip  2:  Do  cost  of  living  comparisons     Tool:  Numbeo  
  •   Tip  3:  Decide  on  which  region  to  focus  on.     Tool:  Jobboards.  (They  show  demand  per   region)  
  •   Tip  4:  Check  which  languages  are  used  by   local  employers.                                Tool:  Jobboards.  
  •         Tip  5:  Check  where     people  from  certain     schools  typically  move  to.               Tool:  LinkedIn  Alumni  
  •   Tip  6:  If  you  find  somebody,  check  what  other   channels  that  person  uses.           Tool:  About.me  
  •   Tip  7:  Get  an  in-­‐country  web  footprint.         Tool:  Google.  Search  for  a  name  and  exclude   the  social  giants  (LinkedIn,  Facebook  etc.)  
  •                                                                    Tip  8:  Check  usage/  penetraBon  of  social    media  plaZorms  per    country.                      Tool:  Socialbakers  
  •     Tip  9:  Find  companies  you  might  want  to   focus  on  from  an  external  perspecBve.                   Tool:  LinkedIn.  You  can  see  from  which   companies  employees  are  coming  from.  
  •     Tip  10:  Find  out  what     people  like  and  use  it     when  you  approach  them.       Tool:  Facebook  Graph     Search.  It  shows  you  what   people  like,  what  books     they  read,  what  music     they  listen  to  etc.    
  •                          Tip  11:  Replace  ads  with                    informaBonJ                       shows  you                                                                Tool:  RapporBve.  It’s  a  Gmail  plug-­‐in  that    shows  you  where      people  are,  what  they    do,  what  they  are      saying  etc.    
  •   Tip  12:  Find  out  what’s  wrong  with  your   emails.                 Tool:  Yesware.  It’s  a  Gmail  plugin  that  shows   you  the  open  rates  of  your  emails.  If  nobody   opens  your  emails;  your  subject  line  is  wrong.   If  people  open  your  emails,  but  don’t   respond;  your  message  is  wrong.    
  • You  want  more?     Most  of  the  Bps  and  tools  you  saw  were  shared  by   these  people,  so  follow  them  and  I  promise  you  won’t   be  disappointed.     @thebalazs     @jimstroud     @socialtalent    
  •   Next  event       Phillip  Tusing  has  promised  me  he  will  organise   another  Sourcing  Summit  in  Amsterdam  in  September   2014.  See  you  there!      
  •   Please,  feel  free  to  connect  with  me  wherever  you  want  and  feel  free  to   ask  me  anything:       E-­‐mail    rene@onrecruit.nl   WhatsApp  +31-­‐611604603   Twiher    twiher.com/renebolier   LinkedIn    linkedin.com/in/renebolier   Facebook  facebook.com/renebolier   Google+    plus.google.com/+renébolier   Slideshare  Slideshare.net/renebolier   Instagram  instagram.com/renebolier         If  you  would  like  to  know  more  about  sourcing:  I  am  not  one  of  the   sourcing  experts,  but  I  know  a  lot  of  them.  So  feel  free  to  connect  with   me  and  I’ll  be  happy  to  connect  you  with  them.