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The Product Management Interview Blog

How to Get Feedback from a Recruiter

< 1 min read If you’ve interviewed before, chances are you may have had a chat with a recruiter. If not a recruiter, then someone else from the company that you applied for. Whichever may be the case, not getting the job can be demoralizing. However, don’t take it as a negative experience, but more as one with an ample amount of possibility for growth. You should always take the time and ask your recruiter, or whoever you’ve interviewed with: “Can I get some feedback on my interview?”

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How to Increase Your Visibility to Product Manager Recruiters

4 min read If you are like me, then you are a big fan of the path to least resistance. There are only going to be so many positions you can apply to. In fact, more than 80% of Product Manager positions are NOT posted on job boards. If 80% of product manager positions are not posted on job boards, then how do

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How to Optimize Your LinkedIn Profile To Attract Product Manager Recruiters

3 min read If you are like me, then you are a big fan of the path to least resistance. There are only going to be so many positions you can apply to. Do you know that more than 80% of Product Manager positions are not posted on job boards? IF 80% OF PRODUCT MANAGER POSITIONS ARE NOT POSTED ON JOB BOARDS, HOW DO YOU FIND THESE POSITIONS? The answer is

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5 Ways to Deal with a Difficult Recruiter

3 min read We recently just received this inquiry from one of our coaching members here in New York and she is very frustrated communicating with a difficult recruiter.  Here are a few ways you can deal with such a difficult person. Problem: This is a little frustrating. At every turn, the company that I am interviewing with right now has done a

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How to Generate More PM Interviews with Recruiters

4 min read Applicants all have the common problem of not generating enough interviews to their liking.  They send out many resumes and applications to many companies but only hear back from a few, if they are very fortunate.  It is therefore not that surprising to hear then that the most drastic cut off in the process of cutting down the original applicant pool happens before the initial interview ever happens. How do applicants then increase

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