Learn which platforms other than LinkedIn you can use for recruitment and how you can best search these platforms for talent.
Medium is one of the leading publishing platforms worldwide where professionals showcase their thought leadership within their field of expertise. This is the place to look for talent that wants to get their voice heard.
With 5 million data scientists and machine learning experts, Kaggle is the go to source for finding data talent.
Meetup users are usually well connected professionals who have a strong interest in the topic of the groups and events at hand. This makes it a great place to find enthusiasts in the domain you are sourcing for.
The assumption is that LinkedIn is used globally as the primary professional network. Not true for Germany. Xing is the leading professional network site here and it is gaining more users in other countries as well.
AngelList provides startup and scaleup talent that doesn't only have the right skillset, but also the right mindset for a work environment with rapid change.
The Reddit community is one of the biggest online communities existing today with 330 million users. Redditors engage in comical, but also professional discussions. When understood, it provides a good opportunity for sourcing talent.
With 14 million developers and rich technology skills information based on Q&A's, Stack Overflow is a must for sourcing tech talent.
The Google Programmable Search Engine (PSE), also known as the Customizable Search Engine (CSE), is like a google search but one with more search features, less restrictions and one that's reusable.
GitHub is the platform with the most active engineering users, beating LinkedIn and any other platform. A goldmine of rich and up to date candidate information.
57% of recruiters would lose their job or their business if they are banned for life on LinkedIn. There are alternative platforms, even better ones if you know how to use them.