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I don't have a large footprint online.  Everyone shows up in those public records sites (do employers use those??).  When one does a search for me it seems that only my old career shows up.  I'm a former developer and participated in public forums and a few of those pop up.  But nothing BA related comes up.  However most things require a login so they won't come up. 

Maybe at a basic level, what are recruiters looking for online?  Or are they doing the inverse in that they are looking to ensure a person isn't doing crazy things online?   Is it possible to just have intelligent things posted on LinkedIn (which I do participate in forums)?

 
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