Almost all search engines – including SeekOut, Google, and LinkedIn – limit the number of results you can get to from a single search. Even if there are thousands of results from one of your searches, you can only get to the first 1000 by clicking next page repeatedly.
You can still get to these candidate results. It just takes a little more work.
To see all the results, you need to divide your search into smaller result sets. Do this by adding a filter or additional search term.
For instance, if you have a search for retinal surgeons that brings back more than 1000 results, you can add a term to your search to split it into multiple subsets:
- one for retinal surgeons who have the word college on their profile [retinal surgeons college]
- another for retinal surgeons who do not have the word college on their profile [retinal surgeons NOT college]
This can be tricky to figure out. If you'd like help dividing your search effectively, please reach out to us via the chat bubble at the bottom of the screen or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.