We get tired
of mindlessly filling out the same information in forms all over
the web. We think computers should be smart enough to do those repetitive
tasks, don't you?
a small shareware program that does just that. You fill in your
contact information, it cuts and pastes it into forms for you. It's
to download and a breeze to install.
turned the software on, you simply fill in a form. It's even easier
than the somewhat complicated interface makes it seem.
If you like
it, you send $10 (by check) to: Send the completed form along with
a check for $10 to:
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Tip: Domain Name Searches
use spiders to uncover bits and pieces about a company, you need
a solid grasp of the domain names it uses. That's where Websitez
comes to the rescue. The site allows you to search the universe
of domain names for:
to really understand the potential for recruiting professionals from
the ranks of International Business Machines,
we ran a company name search
using "IBM" as the company. The result? 85 related domain names.
- a keyword
- the name
of the company that registered the domain.
digging through the IBM
core list offered a site for the IBM
Southeast Employees Credit Union. We're tempted to think that
the credit union just might take sponsorship. Notice the graphics
at the bottom of the home page!
search, we used the keyword function to identify domain
names that contain the word unix. It's a perfect way to discover
small pockets of passive candidates nested around professional information.
shows you all of the registered domain names and places a checkmark
next the ones with working websites. It's a great way to see who
has registered what. You can gain interesting insight into your
competitors strategies if they involve additional domain names.
in hand, finding the "not-so-obvious" parts of company web presences
just got a little easier.