Our Chrome Extension Now Finds 3x More Emails Than Before

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New is always better! This is true in the case of the new developerDB chrome extension. We made the changes that matter. Customers need data. The data is where we spend the time improving the extension.  Improving the data leads to a better experience for chrome extension users. Users want to get in contact with more candidates. Fixing the design ...

Free LinkedIn Email Finder Chrome Extension

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Find business emails of LinkedIn members. Unlimited free usage. No sign up required. LinkedIn Email Finder can find business emails of LinkedIn members. Avoid signing in and wasting time with other “free” chrome extensions. Other email finder chrome extensions require registration or limit of free credits.  With our tool, users know that they can avoid signing up, purchasing additional credits, ...

Why Building Trust With Candidates is Paramount

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If you want to join the ranks of elite recruiters, one of the best ways to do this is to up your ‘relationship’ game. That is, great recruiters, do one thing extremely well: never leave anybody hanging. No matter what it takes, always follow through as promised. Rule of Thumb:Let’s say that it’s Friday and you have a candidate that ...
Don't Just Contact the Low Hanging Candidates

Avoid Contacting the Low Hanging Candidates

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Are you contacting developers that every other recruiter is contacting? Chances are very high that this is the case as everyone these days has access to them with very little effort. The Issues Finding DevelopersRecruiters might have trouble finding developers on LinkedIn. Developers spend time on GitHub, Reddit, Stack Overflow. To compound the problem on LinkedIn, you’re likely contacting “Open ...
When LinkedIn ‘Recruiter’ is simply not enough to help connect with developers.

What Some Recruiters Are Not Doing Right

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To find great tech talent, a recruiter needs to be able to find them. The best developers may not be on LinkedIn. In fact, a Stack Overflow study found that 22% of developers are not on LinkedIn. And even if developer has a LinkedIn profile, there may not have visited LinkedIn in years. How can recruiters find the best developers ...

Use GitHub to Analyze Developer Behavior

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Techie soft skills and behavioral traits are something a recruiter is continually asked to size up. Since GitHub is a developer’s natural habitat where they are just being themselves, their community based ‘activity’ (e.g. Pull Requests, Forking, Accepted Pull Requests, etc.) often reveal behavioral traits which allows a recruiter to draw pseudo educated conclusions on their soft skills. What can ...

Are Your Messages Hitting the Mark With Candidates?

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I recently had a conversation with a moderately experienced tech recruiter. Apparently, they had been persuaded by LinkedIn’s clever and ongoing marketing to use the LinkedIn InMail feature as a goto when reaching out to tech talent. This robotic like behavior caused them to overlook the fundamentals of personal engagement basics: it likely takes multiple attempts to successfully make contact.   ...

Tips and Tricks to Uncover Candidate Emails

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Even though there’s a wide range of products that help tech recruiters potentially find candidate emails and more, every now and then you get the big goose egg and need a few last resort tricks/hacks to find things. There is obviously no silver bullet, but here are some approaches to use when you’re in a bind and want to feel ...
The Best Months to Recruit Developers

The Best Months to Recruit Developers

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It is almost time to get the turkey ready—or for my in-laws, the Christmas tree. As the year is flying by us, we thought it would be fun to find out which month of the year has the highest number of job changes within the tech sector. For this analysis, we excluded internships to focus on full time employees. With ...