Social Recruiting & Sourcing Tools

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Here are 16 recruiting and sourcing tools that can be used to help optimize your talent acquisition function or improve in-house recruitment capabilities.

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Google Custom Search Engine 
A platform provided by Google that allows users to feature specialised information in web searches, refine and categorise queries and create customised search engines, based on Google search. Create your own search engine with other websites to locate people, names, titles, and more.

https://www.google.com/cse/

Buffer 
An automated social posting application that lets you schedule your tweets (and other social media posts) so that they publish at predetermined times.

https://bufferapp.com

Rapportive 
Free email tool for recruiters to help you connect with people on LinkedIn without leaving Gmail.

http://rapportive.com

Fiverr 
The global marketplace of Fiverr offers an unlimited range of freelance projects and services for the flat rate of $5. It’s not unthinkable to consider that Fiverr could become a source…

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222 Online Tools You Will Ever Need.

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222 Online Tools You Will Ever Need.

Social Tools

Below is the compilation of all Important Online tools which you use it for all your important task.

Here’s my list of all online tools you will ever need:

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Inspirational & Motivational

  1. Empathy Library: A whole library dedicated to items that further promote empathy!
  2. Big Think: Sharing ideas from fields outside your own so that you can apply them to the questions and challenges in your own life.
  3. 99u: Action-oriented insights that you didn’t get in school, highlighting real-world best practices for making ideas happen.
  4. Pick the brain: A website dedicated to self-improvement with a focus on personal productivity, motivation, and self-education.
  5. TEDx: TED is a nonprofit devoted to spreading ideas, usually in the form of short, powerful talks.
  6. Humans of New York: Inspiring, daily glimpses into the lives of strangers in New York City.
  7. Brain Pickings: A…

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Life and a pink cap

It was on 27th December, after 25th – the cold night stayed so long for me, I needed a woolen cap. I liked a pink cap so much found in a store near Rabindra Sadan. Though price tag said 899/- oooonly , it was costly for me. I tried it on. I felt so warm suddenly and shy, don’t know why ! the colour of the cap reflected in my face or it was the shyness melted in my suddenly rosy cheeks! I could not buy this cap as felt the price is too high just for a cap. Luckily the moment was captured. I have the picture of myself taken by my life-crazy friend. I need to say her thanks. As I see the photo every time…it rejuvenate the same feeling and my cheeks go pink again. May be I love it so much as I have not possessed it. Oh, how foolish I was or wise may be for not to buy it. I will wait till next winter to feel warm again, till then the pink cap in picture will be my pride possession.