With the “Mobile-Movement” upon us, we are going to be looking for more and more professionals in this arena. Creation of mobile products is in the interest of legacy companies and start-ups alike.

mobile-applications product-lifecycle “new york city” site:linkedin.com -jobs -profiles

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This is getting us over 14,000 results. Time to narrow! I want to qualify with the number of years of experience required. For this example, lets say they must have at least 4 years experience. Previously, we attempted the use of the stars for this part of the boolean. I am going to attempt the following:

“>4 years * * * * * * * experience”

mobile-applications product-lifecycle “>4 years * * * * * * * experience” “new york city” site:linkedin.com -jobs -profiles

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I am surprised! It looks like the “greater than” function worked!! But now I have over 28,000 results. Going to use a range instead of the greater than.

mobile-applications product-lifecycle “4..8 years * * * * * * * experience” “new york city” site:linkedin.com -jobs -profiles

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Alright! Getting down to a manageable number. Let’s use some terminology from our job description. I am chosing execution. They are looking for product managers to execute successful product delivery.

~execution mobile-applications product-lifecycle “4..8 years * * * * * * * experience” “new york city” site:linkedin.com -jobs -profiles

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Looking good. Now I suggest further classification based on some language used in the job description. I recommend using verbs and adjectives that you might use while speaking to someone in this field. Common phrases may be more searchable than other keywords. Happy Hunting!

 

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