Discover three ways to search for job candidates on Twitter. Learn how to use advanced search to find qualified candidates near you.
- [Instructor] There are at least three ways…to search for people on Twitter.…The first is finding people by name or Twitter handle.…You do that by typing the person's name into the search box…at the top of the home page.…Of course, you can equally start typing their Twitter handle…beginning with @ and their username.…As soon as the right account appears,…just click on it and go there.…The second way to search for people is…through search.twitter.com.…It's similar to the first way of searching for people,…but in a nicer screen…with a list of trending topics waiting for you.…
Here you can use operators.…For example, project or program manager,…which contains either project or program…or both in the tweets,…and all of them will contain the word manager.…A second example, project manager near New York City…within 15 miles, which will bring you tweets…with project manager near NYC or New York City…within a radius of 15 miles.…The third way to search for people is…by far my favorite one.…It's the advanced search.…
Here you can choose what kind of words you like…
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- Why you should recruit on social media
- Creating company profiles that attract top talent
- Leveraging special features and ads on LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook
- Searching for candidates
- Setting up a daily routine for social recruiting
- Automating your recruiting efforts