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What Can Replace LinkedIn? (VIDEO)

What Can Replace LinkedIn? (VIDEO)

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I want to answer someone’s question about what can replace LinkedIn as a tool for the job hunters. I also addressed this from the standpoint of small business owners and solopreneurs.

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Jeff Altman, The Big Game Hunter is a coach who worked as a recruiter for what seems like one hundred years. His work involves life coaching, as well as executive job search coaching and business life coaching. He is the host of “Job Search Radio” and “No BS Job Search Advice Radio,” both available through iTunes and Stitcher.

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6 thoughts on “What Can Replace LinkedIn? (VIDEO)

  1. Was going to ask your opinion about hard sell second tier recruiters. Noticing the early 1990s are back with high pressure tactics, including the need to provide multiple managerial references before these reps will even talk to you. I was even pressured to reveal where else i was interviewing (haven’t heard that since 1995). Getting the feeling the reps are well trained in what seemed like interrogation tactics, and they were programmed to hang up when I politely declined their line of questioning. Are you seeing this in your field reports?
    Puzzled,
    Maurice

  2. Was going to ask your opinion about hard sell second tier recruiters. Noticing the early 1990s are back with high pressure tactics, including the need to provide multiple managerial references before these reps will even talk to you. I was even pressured to reveal where else i was interviewing (haven’t heard that since 1995). Getting the feeling the reps are well trained in what seemed like interrogation tactics, and they were programmed to hang up when I politely declined their line of questioning. Are you seeing this in your field reports?
    Puzzled,
    Maurice

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