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Build your own search engines
Build your own search engines
Build your own search engines
Build your own search engines
Build your own search engines
Build your own search engines
Build your own search engines
Build your own search engines
Build your own search engines
Build your own search engines
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Build your own search engines

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  • 1. Custom Search EnginesThe best search engine is one you build yourself
  • 2. Inside Google Date range Sites with images Not yet visited Reading level “advanced” Verbatim
  • 3. Opera “Create Search” Right-click inside ANY search box Click “create search” Assign a keyword (used to search from address bar) You can edit the URL to customize results Works with Google CSEs ;)  HINT: And also your ATS, job boards, etc.
  • 4. Create Your Own Google CSEs Go to google.com/cse Create you own search engine Add some relevant site: destinations Create a library of synonims Add refinements and labels Custom Autocompletions Ex: OneSource, or search others here Edit your existing CSE’s here
  • 5. Sites Search “only included” or “entire web”? Include  Online resume locations (i.e. linkedin.com)  Social media sites  Document hosting sites  University, conference, association or organization sites Exclude  Job posting sites  URL keyword patterns  Website sections (i.e. www.linkedin.com/company/) Both supports sub-directory searches like scguild.com/*resume
  • 6. Synonyms Create your own dictionary of search term variants  Related Company Names  Similar Job Titles  Degrees, or Schools  Jargon (skill, function, tools)  Geographies (city names, area codes, postal codes) Use special codes for collections of related terms  Corporate abbreviations  You own code such as “georgiacompanies”
  • 7. Refinements Drill down on specific websites you label or append custom search strings invisible to users Photos of people at events:  ("l. to r." OR "l to r" OR "left to right" OR "r. to l." OR "r to l" OR "right to left" OR "back row:" OR "clockwise from") Include or Exclude Top Level Domains such ask  -site:.mil, -site:.gov  site:sg.linkedin.com Phrases like  LinkedIn profiles: "search for people you know"  ("I’m an" OR "I am an" OR he OR she) "was hired"  ("reported to" OR "reports to") “at COMPANY"  "software * engineer"  "I|Im work|worked|working for|at|on|with"  mailto: or email domains like @gmail @yahoo @hotmail
  • 8. Speakers and Conferences (he OR she) (chair OR agenda OR keynote OR member OR speaker OR attendee OR meeting OR minutes OR chapter OR board OR conference OR list) ("I attended" OR "I was at" OR "I went to") javaone 2005 COMPANY (member OR roster OR attendee OR chapter OR board OR conference OR list) (directory OR contact OR list) (inurl:member OR intitle:member)
  • 9. “About Us” Search (intitle:alumni OR intitle:people OR intitle:staff OR intitle:about OR intitle:bio OR intitle:profile OR intitle:team OR intitle:our OR inurl:about OR inurl:bio OR inurl:profile OR inurl:our OR inurl:team OR inurl:alumni OR inurl:people OR inurl:staff)
  • 10. Go Green With Gigablast From gigablast.com/adv.html Ad-hoc “Restrict to these Sites” search Great at “backlink” search with keywords  supports keywords used with link: and -link: unlike Google Can search within an IP address (like a company IP) Can manually turn off site clustering
  • 11. /blekko /add  Quickly create and share a collection of websites to search  Search for sites or /tags to add  Upload a list of sites in .txt or .opml  Collaborate with others on a custom search /seo  Detailed intel on a particular site /likes  Searches your Facebook friends’ “likes” /me  Go to and edit your profile /view /tagname  See what a slashtag does
  • 12. Thank you! 4S CT Shally Steckerl shally@4sct.com (678) 221-HIRE

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