Tuesday, November 29, 2005

Have time for a quickie?

Here is a neato trick that will save you time on your resume sourcing. Instead of visiting your favorite searchengine, type in your keywords into the address bar. If you are using Internet Explorer, chances are MSN Search is your default searchengine. By typing your terms in the address bar (shown above), your keywords are taken to a results page featuring your terms. For example, typing in resume software engineer in the address bar, will most likely take you to some interesting results. (Click here to see what I mean.)

Now in some cases, typing in these terms make take you to another searchengine like Yahoo or Google. If so, most likely you have a toolbar from one of those companies and have elected to make these websites your default search engine.

Happy Hunting!

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RESOURCES FOR RECRUITERS

ADV: WEDDLE'S Directory of Employment-Related Internet Sites ADV: WEDDLE'S Guide to Association Web Sites ADV: Advanced Strategies for Recruiters (Audio CD)

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