Here are a few we are keen on:
SearchBar – SearchBar brings the best features of Google Toolbar to Chrome–and much more–like one-click search customization, search selected text, new tab search, customizable hotkeys, search suggestions, search history, highlight search terms, find search terms in page and search current site. An easy-to-use sourcing tool to simplify your process.
LinkedIn Search Tool – You can use it to instantly search LinkedIn for candidates for jobs. Highlight the text with a name in your browser and then right-click the name and the extension searches for the people on LinkedIn. You are using the LinkedIn database; add this sourcing tool to speed your results.
Contactout – This is one of several recruitment sourcing tools that allows you to scrape contact information for an individual via this Chrome extension, utilizing LinkedIn and other data sources. Information is available publicly and is in compliance with regulations, stored securely in their database, and matched with nothing but a name and the context of a page when you’re searching. Find a person on a website you want to recruit? Use this tool to find their contact information if it’s not readily available already.
Hiretual – This company provides a platform with sourcing tools, screening, and engagement options. They also help manage contacts and delivery options, rediscovery of candidates that have fallen out of the pool, and analytics for the whole system to see where it’s working and where it’s falling short. The platform can be customized to suit your business’s needs, as well. Hiretual lets you search for candidates across 30+ platforms with more than 700 million professional profiles. There’s also an AI system in place that will help you look for just the right people for your enterprise.
Pipl – This offering is a SaaS product providing a people search engine. They have a database of detailed personal profiles to be used as a sourcing tool for potential candidates, including personal information, professional information, social links, demographics, contact information, and related information as it relates to recruiting. They also offer an API version of their data access for automated access from other tools or for custom software, if your company develops in-house.
TopFunnel – This recruitment tool is a candidate search and relationship management platform specializing in engaging with sourced candidates and communicating with them in a modern way. Rather than focusing on having the largest possible candidate pool, it strives to provide the best engagement and interview rates in the industry.
Visage – Visage is a unique take on recruiting tools; rather than relying on obtuse tools and institutional knowledge to search for ideal candidates, this platform crowdsources your candidate recommendations. You post a job, and their network of sources recommends potential candidates, filtered by AI, delivered to you. You can then choose and interview the most promising candidates. A unique sourcing tool option.
SalesHandy – Email tracking, email scheduling, mail merge and campaigns. Engage with candidates to increase the effectiveness of your sourcing and make more placements.
ClearbitConnect – This chrome extension gives you access to one of the best and largest, an up-to-date database in the world. Install this chrome extension and you will have access to the information of millions of people and companies. You will also receive information about the people who are messaging you and can find email addresses without leaving your inbox.
Mighty Text – This extension allows for you to SMS text messages straight from your laptop. Not only to send these texts but to also keep track of them on your PC or Mac. The app is 100% free and you can use your current phone number.
Lusha – You can get the B2B contact information that you need in seconds. Get on any business profile and, with Lusha installed as a Chrome extension, get the direct phone numbers and emails of the people you’re looking at online. Sourcing tool to help provide contact details.
Hope you find a few recruitment sourcing tools on this list that you like and use! Feel free to add your favorite in a post below.