Sourcing and Research
TODAY’S TECHNOLOGY TIDBIT
I stumbled over this incredible little maneuver a few months back (just clicking away on everything like usual), it’s very easy to master. You will be able to find most company email patterns with little or no cost in a matter of minutes.
To find business emails, simply determine how the company sets up the employee email addresses. The format is usually consistent throughout the company.
For example, if a company uses the employee’s first initial, then the last name, it is easy to plug in other names. If firstname.lastname@example.org is John Smith’s email address, it is logical to assume email@example.com is the correct company email pattern address for Harry Jones.
Jigsaw, a free site, is an excellent source for finding business contacts and company information. It’s referred to as a business card site, and provides contact name and title, company, company address, phone number, and a business email address.
Jigsaw Overview - http://www.internet-recruiting-toolbox.com/JigsawTraining.html
You will need to set up a free account with Jigsaw, go http://www.jigsaw.com. Click on Join Jigsaw, top right of the page, and enter your company information.
When your account is activated, click on Companies (top left) and enter the name you wish to research, we will use Red Gold, Inc. You will see basic information and locations, the number we are looking for is located under Contacts, which is 64. Click on the 64 to see a list of employees: name, title, location.
Locate Include Graveyard Contacts, located above city and state. Check the box and hit Filter. You now have profiles included in your original search results that are not verified, they may or may not be with the company anymore. These profiles have a small brown box to the left of their name. Clicking on the name will bring up their complete contact information, including email, the only difference being a line through the email address. Open a few of the Graveyard profiles to establish the company email pattern at NO COST.
All Tidbits for 2010 are available in Free LinkedIn and More. Click on the following link for more information. http://www.internet-recruiting-toolbox.com/freelinkedin.html
Carol Martin, CPC
Martin Management Inc.
Carol M. Martin CPC, CIR, CSSR** has been an Executive Recruiter for 24 years. Her company, Martin Management, Inc. was created in 1988. The first ten years of business were food industry, manufacturing job orders, from Production Supervisor to Vice President of Manufacturing. The company then evolved to supplier(working only the candidate side)in all manufacturing industries, filling operations positions as well as all types of engineering titles.
Carol holds a BA Degree in Communications from the University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point.
You can Reach Carol at her site : http://www.internet-recruiting-toolbox.com/martinmanagement.html
Invite her to join you on LinkedIn firstname.lastname@example.org
Or join her LinkedIn Group - Internet Recruiting Toolbox - Share internet recruiting tips, training, and strategies.
CPC - Certified Personnel Consultant
CIR - Certified Internet Recruiter
CSSR - Certified Social Sourcing Recruiter
Finding the candidates you need does not require frustration | Online - InteractiveWednesday, 18 September 2013 13:00
Global Energy Career Expo Aberdeen 2013 | Aberdeen, United KindgomWednesday, 12 June 2013 10:00
Hiring Our Heroes Employment Fairs - Ongoing - | NationwideTuesday, 19 February 2013 00:00
Add Your Event for Free | OnlineThursday, 13 December 2012 00:00
Did you know...
The 77 million people that make up the US small business workforce would rank as the 17th most populous country in the world, just ahead of Iran;
Recruiting / HR Jobs
We have 434 guests and no members online
* The Lounge Podcast *
Read More Articles
- Your Employees Need Your Help Now
- How Firing Candidates Can Still Earn You Fee!!!
- Candidate Courtesy. Not Candidate Experience.
- Finding Contact Information - Company Email Patterns
- Which comes first? The candidate or the client, the Chicken or the Egg?
- Do You Really Need a Personal Brand?
- Definition of Recruiting