Can’t write Boolean Strings? FellowMonk Can Help
If used correctly, Google can be a great tool for recruiters. Now you’re probably thinking, “But wait… Is there a wrong way to use Google for finding prospects?”
As a matter of fact, there is.
It’s performing a simple search instead of using a Boolean string. The latter offers so much more precision, nuance, and power.
But how do you create Boolean strings?
Well, you don’t have to. With the help of the FellowMonk Sourcing Bot (FMSB), you can get Boolean strings generated for you within seconds.
FMSB is a self-proclaimed recruitment assistant that works like this:
- Once you open the website, it will give you two options, “Boolean” and “Technology.” Select “Boolean”
- Next up, select what kind of developer you’re looking for from the drop-down list.
- Type in the languages you want the prospect to be proficient in.
- Now, hit enter and FMSB will create a Boolean string for you.
- Copy the string and use it on Google. If you’re using another sourcing tool, the string will work there as well.
Besides generating Boolean strings for you, FMSB also provides you with a library of simple definitions for technological jargon. So if you ever get confused by an IT term, just head over to the official FMSB site, select the “technology” option, and type in the term to get an easy-to-understand definition for it.
Since it’s an online tool with no downloads, you can try the power of Boolean strings by letting FellowMonk build one for you.
Take a look inside with Dean Da Costa: