Searching Bing with the Hasfeed: command

| December 1, 2009 | 4 Comments

Continuing the video series on leveraging search engines to search and recruit,  bing-logoI wanted to talk about a few unique features to Bing that set it apart. First off, for those who do know Bing is the newest Microsoft office search engine. Since its inception in May 2009 Bing has grown steadily but still has a long way to go in the search market.

Some notable additions to the search engine is its ability to include listings of search directories as you enter your query. Take a look at the short video below describing the “Hasfeed:” command to search resumes that are anchored to specified links.

Bing: hasfeed:

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  • http://twitter.com/DCTechRecruiter Jay Perreault

    That is helpful, Thanks. What about using? ~resume (filetype:pdf | filetype:doc | filetype:rtf | filetype:htm | filetype:html) c++ java -(-jobs -apply -submit -required -wanted -write -sample) site:twitter.com

  • http://www.facebook.com/ryanleary Ryan Leary

    This would work to find resumes as well, however the site:twitter.com is a search to target the site mentioned. The hasfeed operator on Bing will allow you to find a resume that has a link to the site you are targeting within the resume or profile.

    Try using the same example in the video but change the site name after hasfeed:

    Thanks for reading!

  • Laurie

    Awesome review

  • Laurie

    Awesome review