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 "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 "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.

Premanand Arumugam

Information Developer, Technical Author, Content Writer, Blogger

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