Search results pages can be linked using a URL like this:
Repace 'term' with the search term you want to show results for -- be sure to URL-encode spaces as %20. Change each of the other terms as you desire as well. For example, to show links that contain the full phrase "WSN Links" you would use
Written out as HTML, the link becomes
<a href="search.php?filled=1&whichtype=links&condition=like&search=WSN%20Links">Click here to see comments about WSN Links</a>
To search only in a particular field, use a url like
Alternately, you can get your search URL by chaning all instances of method="POST" to method="GET" in the "Advanced Search" template at Admin Panel -> Themes -> Manage Templates... after making that template change, simply run your search from the advanced search page as a user and copy the results page URL from your web browser's address bar
If it's a articles search and you want it to go to the first matching result's details page when clicked -- skipping the search results page entirely -- you can add an &feelinglucky=1 parameter to the end of the URL to do that. This works like google's "I'm Feeling Lucky" button.