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  • Rithesh Nair http://researchersecrets.com http://www.linkedin.com/in/rithesh
      • Search Engine = Information
      • Billions of Pages = Resources = Sourcing
      • Sourcing= Recruiting
  • http://researchersecrets.com The overlapping links varies for each engines- It means that Searchers relying on a single search engine are missing a vast amount of web content that they could easily find simply by trying their queries on other search engines.
  • http://researchersecrets.com All search engines ignore "stop" or “noise” words because they have minimal informational value and are found so commonly in all language. STOP WORDS
      • Put your most important keywords first in the string.
      • Most search engines are insensitive to whether you use upper, lower, or mixed cases in your search. 
      • Start with basic search and keep filtering
      • Keep trying different ways to write the keyword
  • http://researchersecrets.com COMPARING – Search Engines Search Engine GOOGLE YAHOO ASK ME Exalead LIVE / MSN Boolean Logic -, OR AND, OR, NOT, ( ), - -, OR AND, OR, NOT, ( ),- AND, OR, NOT, ( ), - Fields intitle, inurl, link, site, more intitle, inurl, link, site, more intitle, inurl, site intitle, inurl, link, site intitle, site, loc, url Specials Asterisk * tilde ~ Use of “stop word” instead of * NEAR operator for 16 word proximity | - Pipe
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    • AND / +
        • The AND operator delivers results that contain both the first term and the second term.
        • Example : resume AND J2EE AND struts
        • Google: resume j2ee struts
    • OR / |
        • The OR operator delivers results that contain either the first term or the second term or both.
        • Example : resume OR CV AND J2ee AND struts
        • Google: resume | cv j2ee struts
    • NOT / -
        • The NOT operator will deliver documents that contain the first word, but do not contain the second.
        • Example : resume OR CV AND J2ee AND struts -job –apply
        • Google: resume | cv j2ee struts -job -apply
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      • Quotations “ “ - Quotation is used to find an exact phrase or title match.
      • Ex: resume | cv "project manager" j2ee -job –apply
      • Parentheses ( ) - Use parentheses to group search queries and build more complicated search strings.
      • Ex: (resume | cv | vitae) "project manager" j2ee (struts | swing )
      • Wildcards * -A wild card will find variations in spelling or different endings.
      • Ex: (resume | cv | vitae) j2ee "software * engineer" –jobs
      • Tilde ~ - Finds synonyms | related words
      • Ex: ~cv j2ee ("project manager" | "software * engineer“)
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      • OR = |
      • NOT = -
      • ()
      • “ “
      • ~ Tilde
      • * WILD CARD
  • http://researchersecrets.com ADVANCED SEARCHES intitle – Searches for a specific word in the Title of the Page Intitle:resume j2ee (“project manager”| "software * engineer") (swing | struts ) -job –apply inurl - searches for a specific word in the URL of the Page inurl:resume j2ee (“project manager”| "software * engineer") (swing | struts ) -job –apply Want better results? Combine intitle & inurl
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    • Narrow your search by looking for specific file types: Good for weeding out HTML files, and job postings.
      • Word = Doc
      • PDF = PDF
      • PPT = PowerPoint
      • XLS = Excel
      • TXT = Text
      • RTF = Rich Text Format
    • (intitle:resume | inurl:resume | intitle:cv | inurl:cv | intitle:vitae | inurl:vitae) ("sap retail" | sap.fico | sap=crm | "sap *") filetype:doc (NJ | new.jersey) -jobs -job
  • http:// researchersecrets.com site: will search the contents of a specific site only For example: site:linkedin.com accenture sap chicago Will only search www.linkedin.com and will only find Information with the words, Accenture, SAP and Chicago.
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        • Boolean Operators:- ( ) “ “ NOT - AND & OR |
    Live strings are similar to Google. Examples: Intitle (intitle:resume | intitle:cv | intitle:vitae) j2ee “new york” filetype resume (filetype:doc | filetype:rtf OR filetype:pdf) j2ee new.york Intitle and filetype (intitle:resume | intitle:cv | intitle:vitae) filetype:doc j2ee new.york
  • http://researchersecrets.com Modifiers inbody: Finds words in the body of the page intitle: Finds words in the title of the page (same as Google) inurl: Finds words in the URL (same as Google) contains: Will only bring up results that have a link to the file type filetype: will only bring up the specific file type you are asking EXAMPLES intitle:resume J2EE contains:doc -job -jobs -send -submit –you intitle:resume J2EE filetype:doc -job -jobs -send -submit –you inbody:resume J2EE -job -jobs -send -submit -you intitle:resume J2EE -job -jobs -send -submit –you (inurl:cv | intitle:cv) J2EE -job -jobs
  • http://researchersecrets.com Other Ways
      • (using me and my)
        • sap resume (me | my) -job -jobs -submit –you
    • 2. (using –send and –you)
      • sap (filetype:pdf | filetype:doc | filetype:rtf) resume -job -jobs -send -submit -you
    • 3. (using loc:US = pages from the United States
      • (*@aol.com | *@gmail.com | *@hotmail.com | *@yahoo.com) "deloitte consulting" (sap | oracle) loc:US
    • 4. Intitle:skill
      • intitle:sap (resume | cv | vitae) (tx | texas) -job –jobs
      • intitle:j2ee (resume | cv | vitae) -tutorial -job -jobs
  • http://researchersecrets.com Other Live Features
      • inanchor: returns results in the anchor, body, title, or web address of the site
      • inanchor:resume j2ee new.york -job –jobs
      • loc: returns web pages from a specific country or region
      • contains:doc (resume | cv | vitae) j2ee loc:US
      • (resume | cv |vitae) loc:US New York j2ee -jobs –job
      • language: searches in a specific language
      • resume j2ee montreal language:fr
      • site: searches only the site you specify (same as Google)
      • site:linkedin.com (deloitte| pwc)
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