Twitter Search Strings for Recruiters Looking for Work


As a recruiter open to new opportunities, do you know how to search Twitter for your next recruiter job? If you don’t know how to search Twitter well enough to find the #recruiting job you are looking for or even aren’t aware of what Twitter can do for you in your job search, look no further! Our #ebook – “Twitter Search Strings for #Recruiters Looking for Work” will explain all that and more.

Among other things, Proactive Talent hires contract recruiters for on-demand recruiting projects. If interested in working with us in the future, please tell us about the types of recruiting projects you have worked on in the past. (Page 2 in the ebook)

Also, join our #talentcommunity where we share periodic updates on new projects we are hiring for, industry related information and more. (Page 2 in the ebook)

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Zoom Is Maybe the World’s Worst Business Idea Ever

OK, I finally have to say this: What’s with everyone leaving their camera on during Zoom sessions

Look, back in the days when we all went into the office, meetings were the worst part of the day. So boring and so useless that people used to go through all kinds of contortions to make them barely tolerable.

For example, when I worked in a real office, I quickly learned how to appear utterly fascinated while thinking about something else altogether. My eyes would go wide, I’d lean forward and nod occasionally. Meanwhile, I’d be daydreaming or planning my day or whatever.

Speakers used to thank me for being so attentive when in fact I’d barely heard a word. I was all: “You’re welcome. That was a great presentation about… a very important topic.”

And then there’s the art of checking your phone during a meeting. You don’t want to

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How to source on the lesser known sites!! Scalable Path!!

Scalable Parth is a is a freelance marketplace based in California. They specialize in helping

businesses scale their development teams by connecting businesses with top-tier freelance

developers. Scalable is a little-known site and few have tried to source in it. Well to do this

without worry you need go no further than into your bag of tricks and pull out an old tried

and true tool, called x-raying.


So, to source within Scalable you simply need to create an x-ray string, like the one below. developers


If you run the strings above in google you will get the results below.

Now I know it only shows 90, but when you click on each one and go to the bottom there are lists of people. All you need to do is click on any URL and you will see some great info; all you need to do is put on … Read more

How to Pitch an Idea, According to an Oscar-Winning Actor

After a nearly 30-year career in acting, Matthew McConaughey has learned the art of pitching an idea. His tips will help you sell your next idea or product.

McConaughey recently joined the faculty at Moody College of Communication at the University of Texas, Austin. He participated in a video series that covered topics in advertising, marketing and public relations.

McConaughey packs a lot of information in his video titled, “Crafting a story to sell your product.” Here are three points that stood out for me.  

1. Know your audience.

 When McConaughey pitches a movie, he explains it differently to his wife, a studio head or his kids. “Pick your target, study your target and sell your product the best way they will understand it,” he says.

This is a key point that I stress with all the entrepreneurs I’ve coached. A concise elevator pitch should be relatable to a particular

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The Change Maestro’s Management Tip – When offering solutions to improvement issues, think out of your comfort zone

As Daniel Kahneman suggests in his book Thinking Fast and Slow, the human mind tends to take the easiest path when trying to resolve issues and make a decision. This never more true when we are trying to solve process problems.

When your organization is faced with these problems the tendency is to either claim that there is no problem or decide that this problem is similar to a previous problem and so you select the same resolution even if it is not a good match.

Francesca Gino in the Harvard Business Review suggests that we need to begin thinking out of the box and consider what you could do to resolve the problem at hand. Consider the first two question from the Design Thinking Model and ask yourself what is and then what if? Not every problem s going to e the same. Each process improvement effort must be … Read more