New LinkedIn Search tool

I’ve been working to upgrade my Facebook search tool and have added a number of new features. This video describes the new LinkedIn search features and how to use these. Regular readers of my blog will know that I’ve developed a number of techniques to search LinkedIn and so, for convenience, I decided to build a tool into my Facebook Search Chrome extension. Given that I plan to add search for several more platforms in the near future I may well have to change the name of this tool but for the moment at least it is remaining as my Facebook Search Tool.

Like my Facebook search, the results of a LinkedIn search can be easily downloaded into Excel or some other system. I hope that this will provide an easy way to work through lists and reduce long-list to short-lists.

This is a free tool, however, if you find it useful I will be very grateful if you can share it far and wide and encourage others to use it. First and foremost tell friends, colleagues and family after that, please tell the world through Social Media and anything else you may have at your disposal. The more people that use this the more effort I’ll put into developing it further.

Any suggestions for new things you’d like to see this do please let me know.

Shane

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  • Roxy Uberstein

    Hi Shane

    I must say these search tool applications for Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn are fantastic! THANK YOU!

  • Muhammad Tariq

    Hello sir,
    This is very cool. You did a great job. The only thing i am missing here is the company name or website tab. If you can add a tab named “Company” so if someone want to search a title within a company it is easy for him to find his desire title within that company. If you have already done it and i don’t get it, can you please send me a mail about that or you are working on this? Kindly mail me. dashingcrab@gmail.com

    Thank you and keep working like this.

    Muhammad Taroq

  • Agnieszka

    Dear Sir,
    Thanks for this tool. I assume it’s gonna be excellent 🙂 but for now I couldn’t check it out fully. I did the LinkedIn search and download the csv file but inside the file every result is given in 1 cell in each row – information about person 1 is given in cell a1 then about person 2 – in cell a2 etc. No separate columns for earch type of information has been created.

    My search was: Location: Silesian District, Poland; Job title: PHP Developer.
    Hope you could help,
    Agnieszka