New Features Added to SignalHire Extension


Maybe you noticed recently that SignalHire has added some new features? This week, I had the opportunity to speak with Ross Farr founder of SignalHire. Finding contact info for up to 1,000 (one thousand) candidates at a time according to specified search criteria. Exporting profiles in a CSV file for up to 1,000 candidates at a time. SignalHire’s best new update has to do with enriching personal data.

Review of SignalHire Candidate Search and Extension Tool


I was granted a one-week access (5 Credits) to a new tool called SignalHire. SignalHire offers several different tools: candidate search, recruitment job search, market statistics, and some nifty ways to track its usage. You can also directly export this data to your ATS system. The post Review of SignalHire Candidate Search and Extension Tool appeared first on WizardSourcer. There are certainly a lot of tools to find contact information these days!


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Finding Bulk Emails and Phone Numbers on LinkedIn


Big news from SignalHIre! The updated SignalHire browser extension (available in Chrome and Firefox stores) allows now finding emails and phone numbers on LinkedIn in bulk! From now on, instead of opening each profile on LinkedIn and running your email/phone number finder manually each time to get contact info, you can use the SignalHire extension. The updated SignalHire extension can find those contacts for up to 100 profiles at time!

The 12 Best Contact Finding Chrome Extensions


Here’s a look at the most popular ones based on users downloads and what you need to know about them. SignalHire. It’s truly information at the click of a button. SignalHire – 25%.

10 Top Recruiting Tools to Source on Facebook


This app works well with other programs, like your ATS and works on any site you can imagine. SignalHire. Use SignalHire to find emails, phone numbers and more on platforms like Facebook and LinkedIn. According to SignalHire’s website their quality of emails and phone numbers are unsurpassed by any other tool. Paid plans start at $75 a month if billed annually. Pricing starts at $99 a month, but for all the features you will be paying $499 a month.

7 Resume Database Software Tools to Source Hard-to-find Candidates


After another tough day of funneling candidate leads, even seasoned recruiters might conclude that the good ones are already taken or that they at least have their next career move already planned out. Resume database software can also facilitate searching holistically , where the functionality goes beyond just the one-to-one keyword matching between resume and job ad that ATS systems largely rely on. SignalHire. As the U.S.

Review of ZenSourcer


At the heart of it, ZenSourcer is an outreach email tool and in my opinion, it does an incredible job at it! There are many other tools that do a great job of finding contact info: Hiretual, SignalHire, Lusha, ContactOut, or Connectifier etc. You can also pull data from your CRM or ATS as well. You can set a due date, reply using saved templates, create nurture sequences, save in talent pools, and log notes to your ATS.

The recruitment battle on two fronts - for candidate & client

Recruiting Blogs

When you are dealing with a valuable candidate for the first time, you have only a few moments to establish a trusting relationship with him, or, at least, a superficial acquaintance. Such a platforms as SignalHire able the integration of the client in the process of working on a vacancy, to give the opened access to the performance of the way the recruiters hire. The modern technology can greatly facilitate the work of the recruiter.

Check-list for the recruiter - How to choose the best recruiting platform?

Recruiting Blogs

At the current recruitment market, the campaign for the championship between the applicant tracking systems intensifies. Make sure that the platform for recruiting integrates with the maximum possible number of social networks (at least Facebook, Twitter and Linkedin) and the extensive search capabilities. Both the great asset companies with the facilities in Silicone Valley and smaller startups are in this struggle.