There’s no doubt that when it comes to running a successful LinkedIn campaign, ensuring that you’re targeting the correct prospects is a large contributing factor.
With limited search filters in place on LinkedIn, often the best way to source your prospects is by refining the search using Boolean Search Operators. However with LinkedIn supporting many Boolean Search Operators, creating a functioning search URL can be challenging and time consuming.
To make creating your very own refined Boolean search URL as easy as possible, we’ve created a LinkedIn Boolean Search Tool which allows you to input all the criteria you wish to include/exclude in your search. Once this criteria has been inputted, a search string will be generated ready to be pasted into the LinkedIn search field so that you can check the relevance of your prospects.
How To Use The LinkedIn Boolean Search Tool
Simply enter the details of people you wish to target and our boolean builder tool will create the correct boolean search strings.
You can then copy and paste that search string into LinkedIn desktop interface to generate your targeted prospect search results.
The URL for those search results can then be copied into your LinkedProspect campaigns or into search engines where required.
This boolean builder search tool only covers the boolean-related search options on LinkedIn.
LinkedIn's non-boolean search filters (shown below) can be found in the LinkedIn desktop interface and can be used in conjunction with the results generated by this boolean search tool.
(connection type, connections of, locations, past companies, industries, profile language, nonprofit interests)
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1. Refine Search
We’re going to help you build a targeted list of LinkedIn people to send invites to. Please enter in the fields below any job titles, company names or keywords you wish to include or exclude from your list. Multiple terms can be separated by commas.
Job titles and/or Job Title Keywords to include:
Job titles and/or Job Title Keywords to exclude:
Company names and/or Company Keywords to include:
Company names and/or Company Keywords to exclude:
General Keywords to include:
General Keywords to exclude:
2. Copy the string below
You’ll be pasting this information into LinkedIn. Simply press the "Copy" button below.