Site Command in Google

Source: eGrabber Newsletter

If you are looking to gather information on passive candidates belonging to a particular company, then you will find the 'site' command useful. The 'site' command restricts your search results to a particular domain.

The Google syntax for a 'site' command is
site:xyz.com "keyword"

For example, if you are looking for the mention of a software engineer on Cisco's website, the search string will be as follows

site:cisco.com "software engineer"

The 'site' command is a universal command and can be used with Yahoo! and Live Search as well. You can use this search string to look for company specific passive candidates.

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