In spite of the fact that it comes with numerous flaws, LinkedIn is an online portal whose recruitment potential is hard to match. The sheer number of passive to active prospects along with the accuracy and consistency of the profiles make it incredibly easy for a corporate recruiter to quickly build up a database of potential candidates for the next recruitment sessions.
LinkedIn Recruiter Extractor is an application designed to simplify the creation of a handy recruiter database, a list that you could rely on when preparing your next marketing campaign.
Brings LinkedIn Advanced Search at your fingertips
After a quick setup, you are welcomed by a double panel interface, one of which being a built-in browser that allows you to access the LinkedIn Advanced search page. Similarly to the web page, you can begin your query by inserting relevant keywords and applying filters.
As soon as you launch the search, the app finds and displays the corresponding results in a neatly arranged spreadsheet in the left panel. Once the query is completed, you can export the entire document to CSV, XLS or TXT.
Enables you to export just the information you need
The perk of the application stems from the fact that it permits you to perform queries using specific and relevant filters. While you can configure the app to delete rows when it identifies particular data, you should proceed with caution because you cannot recover information you eliminate.
A further noteworthy feature is the auto-save directory, a folder that is specially designed to store all your previous searches along with the results. Therefore, if your computer were to shut down while you are using the app, you can rest assured that you can find the information in the dedicated folder or via the Load Last Search Results function.
A tool corporate salespeople could find useful
All in all, if you are planning to launch a new product or service and you want to find partners, clients as well as service providers to help you raise awareness, then perhaps LinkedIn Recruiter Extractor could provide you with a database as a starting point.