It’s a must use tool or resource, of course. Yes, you have to continually bang away on the best job boards and employer websites for you. But most importantly, use the web to research key intelligence about employers and how it relates to you. Sure you have to apply for positions within the electronic systems set by employers. They make the rules, but know it’s the human touch that will make the difference between success and failure.
You will get a good job because you and an employer will have a mutually satisfying communication. Jack Falvey’s article on networking is still the best. He says you have to be out in the cold damp rain if you’re going to get struck by lightning. That means out there where employers are – virtually and in person.