Only 20% Queries Need to Be Boolean

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Sourcing includes three types of search:

Research – finding info on terminology, target companies, schools, job titles, locations, and industry news Search – finding professionals with promising backgrounds Cross-referencing – finding additional qualifying professional info and contact info.

“[1] Research” and “[3] Cross-referencing” rarely require complex searching. You can accomplish most of the tasks by Googling for a few keywords and using Chrome extensions.

While “[2] Search” has a technical aspect where you create complex Boolean AND-OR-NOT searches (on LinkedIn or a job board). Advanced Google operators are highly applicable as well. However, you can accomplish quite a bit

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