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St Louis MKSSA Presentation: September 25-26

Check http://mkssa.org/ for pricing and attendance details.
 
 
Jim Durbin returns to St Louis with all new recruiting techniques and a clear view of how technology like artificial intelligence changes the industry in the next year. 

On September 25th in Kansas City, and on September 26th in St Louis, Jim will deliver a dual session training. Session 1 is new techniques for LinkedIn, Facebook, and resume search. Session 2 is a reveal of the AI tools that will hit or are already on the market for recruiting. 
 
Powerful Recruiting with LinkedIn and Facebook:

The Social Media Headhunter presents a 90 minute super-session on the new LinkedIn UI, Facebook search, and his 360 sourcing method for job boards, databases, and social sites. .

In this presentation, you'll learn:

*       The fastest way to search using the new keyword search
*       Search strings to build company and title lists
*       Short Boolean - the key to 360 Sourcing
*       Facebook search
*       The best messages for contacting candidates by email, text, and InMail. 
*       Meetup, Behance, Github, and more
*       How to use Indeed and Glassdoor to find candidates without resumes
 
WHAT THEY'RE SAYING

"Just to let you know, this was one of the best webinars I've ever attended."
- Michael B. 

"Jim Durbin is an awesome presenter!  Definitely learned a lot!  I was writing names down as fast as I could! LOL!"
- Susie L.

"In all my 12+ years of recruiting, I have never experienced a training so thorough on how to make candidates come to me!"
- Abraham B. 
 
BIO:
Jim Durbin is the Founder of SourcingWorklab.com. As a marketer and recruiter, he's been placing people since 1999. In the last decade, he's been known as the Social Media Headhunter, where he's trained over 9,000 recruiters on digital tools. He runs a B2B marketing firm, develops startups in the AI and recruiting space, and takes as many full desk searches as he can get his hands on. He predicted the demise of LinkedIn in 3 years, quit Twitter in 2016, and writes regularly in industry publications and on his blog, DigitalMarketingHeadhunter.com

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