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PlanoTse Handbook for Job Search Automation
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This book shows you how to automate your web search in general, and job search specifically, using PlanoTse, which is a personal tool for mining the Web that also acts as a job search tool capable of job search automation through the use of PlanoTseScript, a web search scripting language. It does all of the following automatically. It generates multiple search strings for multiple automated search iterations, combines all search engine result pages into one, and filters document links based on your web search script. This allows you to make your computer work as hard at night as you work during the day. For example, from your input of 3 job titles, 4 industries and 5 cities, PlanoTse generates 60 search strings. Instead of you manually run Google 60 times and tediously shift through hundreds of result pages and thousands of document links, PlanoTse digests them all while you sleep. When you wake up, you only have to review a single table of relevant links on a single result page. You do not have to deal with broken links, crazy popups and unwated ads. This is why PlanoTse is a must for Google users.

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This book applies to version 0.0.61 of PlanoTse.


So, what is this version of PlanoTse actually good for? Any of these use cases should answer this question directly.


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PlanoTse Handbook for Job Search Automation
Dedication Cover Page Table of Contents