News Letters 2011

  1. When you look at your website, ask yourself the following questions. Is your website a recruiting tool or is it just another fancy business card that you hand out to prospects? Can applicants/candidates and clients find your website via Google or do they...
  2. Gopher has lots of shortcuts to help you do things quickly and efficiently. Copy Add: When adding a new client profile in Gopher's executive search software it is always easiest to find the company name and see if you already have a similar profile. If you do...
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  4. Gopher used to have a feature called 'syncing' which mass imported Outlook emails into Gopher. It was a good tool but the Gopher Outlook Add-in made it less important and it is was local in scope to the customers own Outlook which made it less than helpful to...
  5. A mini recruiting system, the Company Snapshot allows you to see all of the information for a company in one concise screen. Activated by double clicking the company name on the profile, position or tracking tab, the Company Snapshot shows you who is a client or...
  6. Do you have tens of thousands of dollars in your inbox just waiting to be collected? No, we're not talking about your rich uncle in Uganda that wants to send you money. We're talking about the thousands of resumes you have received that amount to the legal tender...
  7. The September 2010 Gopher Newsletter summarized the use of Target lists. This newsletter focuses on a small feature for target lists that many Gopher customers may not be aware of. On the main Gopher menu bar there is a menu item labeled "Targets". The feature...
  8. Gopher has a lot of right clicks. Why? The Gopher architecture centers around six tabs: Planner, Profile, Resume, Memo, Position and Tracking. Tab navigation is performed by clicking to the desired tab with either the RIGHT or LEFT mouse button. The results...
  9. Nothing beats the singularity of Gopher notes. Did you ever stop to think about looking for notes in Gopher? Most customers would say NO. Why not? Because they are always there! It is often taken for granted that Gopher notes are visible and available when you need...
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  11. If you are not using Hot Lists in Gopher then you are missing out on one of the key components that can help you with your recruiting! In Gopher, Hot Lists are often referred to as "find lists" because they are created using the Find/Search method in Gopher...
  12. Taking advantage of Gopher's funky query operators can help you find the exact match for your search! More commonly referred to as Boolean, query operators (or more simply 'search characters') define the relationships between words or groups of words in your search...