2000-03-16 | Sobre Ńuke Mapu | Mapuche
A common search strategy when using the web is to consider who might care about the
information you need and to see if that company or individual has a web page. Instead of jumping
into a search engine or web directory right away, many searchers will first try to guess at the URL
or web address. While it might sound simplistic, this is not a poor search methodology. One can
use this with a decent rate of success as long as one thinks critically about the results.
Por Barnhart-Park, A.
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Publicado: 2000-03-16 | Revisado: 2009-11-28 11:53:14 | Enlace de actual documento: http://www.mapuche.info/?pagina=93