PlanoTse Handbook for Job Search Automation/First Editorial Aid

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Web search is the act of looking for webpages. The system that collects webpages together at one place in order to to enable faster web search is called a web search engine. When you ask a web search engine such as Google or Bing to find webpages related to a topic, you will get back a list of hyperlinks to prospective webpages. This list may have a hundred or more links. They are often divided into a number of search enginer result pages (SERPs). From a SERP, you decide which link you should try and see if its referenced page had what you’re looking for. Web search automation is a way to automatically generate search criteria, automatically apply these search criteria to a number of web search engines, and automatically filter out and select wanted webpages from all the SERPs. Apply this to job search you get job search automation. To understand more about job search automation, see PlanoTse Handbook for Job Search Automation.

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