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03/06/13
Levy Searching. Method applied in Linkedin
Filed under: Position Searching, Observ. Trends
Posted by: site admin @ 5:08 pm

Remember a while back we brought up a food scavaging
technique by animals of prey?  Didn’t think you did…

Ok, as we know when we google, Bing or yahoo search
a list of words algorithms develop a list of the most
“popular” sites.  How can we find what is helpful for
our particular search goals?  Sure, add more search terms.

But another way is to go off in another direction where
presumably fewer are searching.  Perform Levy Searching.
This is what is proposed by a colleague, Wayne Breitbart, in
his blog on using Linkedin:

Searching your connections databases’

Searching alumni and previous employer alumni databases’

Searching the best Groups to belong to’

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