Boolean Search in LinkedIn Sales Navigator

Create your own boolean search string using the keyword search field in LinkedIn Sales Navigator.

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Video Transcript

Hi there. I'm going to show you how to create your very own boolean search string using the keyword search field in Sales Navigator. This is a great way to ensure you're building a high quality prospect list and targeting what's relevant to you. Start off by defining what keywords you're looking to target. So in this example, I'm looking to target H.R. profiles that have recruitment experience. I also want to make sure that I'm not targeting any profiles that are at a director level.

So I would start off by typing in human resources.

In quotations, reputations ensure that the words human resources appear in that exact order and that my search is not just pulling in profiles that have the word human or resources.

I want both. I would then follow this with using or in all capitals indicate that I want to include proposals that might have the word H.R. as well. The or operative is a great way to expand your search. So from here I'm going to use and again in all caps indicate that I want the word recruitment.

Or. Recruiter. Or. Talent acquisition.

Included in their profiles, along with Human Resources, or HRR, this helps narrow down my search to profiles that have. Finally, I will use not again in all caps to exclude any profiles that have the word. This will ensure that I'm filtering out Google profiles.

I would encourage you to start simple practice using these operating functions and or and not once you get comfortable with that, you can get more creative with your searches. So from here, you can continue to add on your sales navigator filters and create an amazing search of the self.

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