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Explore the Google 10 ways for the prompt search

Rabia Iqbal Jan 04, 2017
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Internet has become the need of modern era. It provides you with everything you ask it for in a blink of eye. You can explore the world over the internet just in few clicks. But seldom you need to strive a little more to get handful gen about what you want to know. This happens typically when you lack the accurate name, information or the caption of the substantial you want to go through with a fine-tooth comb.

Here are few most operational ways that let you search on the Google more efficiently.

 

1. Using the word “or”:

 

Use the word “or” when you are not sure of the exact word. For Instance, if I want to search information about John but we are not sure either he is John Albert or John Blue. To search information about either of them you can give the Google this or that option by typing “or” or “|”.

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Using the word “or”

 

2. Using the Asterisk Symbol “*”

Sometimes we fail to reminiscence the complete number, word or phrase that we are looking for. By using the “*” symbol instead of the word, number or phrase that you are unable to evoke, you will be capable of finding the info related to the one you were in quest of.

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Using the Asterisk Symbol

 

3. Using the word “AROUND()” :

When there are a number possible words missing in a sentence or a lengthier phrase that you are unable to recollect. To find out the information about such a sentence or phrase you need to put the word “AROUND” with the approximate number of missing words in the braces like (4) between the first and the last word of the phrase.

For Example: All that AROUND (2) gold will give you the output like this:

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Using the word “AROUND()”

 

4. Using the Time Period:

Very often it happens that we forget the date of occurrence of any incident that we are trying to find. To find the information about such an event you can use the time period between which the event or occasion befell with three dots amongst both the dates.

For Example: The inventions 1994…2000

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Using the Time Period

 

5. Finding Related Websites:

If you find a website that seems to be of your interest and you want to know such more websites you can search them by putting the keyword “Related:” before the name of the website that you like.

For instance: Related: easypaisa.com

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Finding Related Websites

 

6. Writing the complete phrase within the Quotation Marks:

Writing the complete phrase related to the topic you are looking for is very simple way that gives you the number of options associated with the phrase you just types in the search bar. But to find the exact information related to the phrase or line accompanied by the same order as you typed in will be acquired if you type the phrase within the quotation marks.

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Writing the complete phrase within the Quotation Marks

 

7. Removing trifling words:

If you want to remove the unwanted or unimportant words from your search probe use “-“ symbol before each of the word. For Instance if you want to know about the English novels but you want to download them. You can do it like this.

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Removing trifling words

 

8. Searching inside an explicit website:

Sometimes we want to revisit a website to go through a particular artifact, recipe or a piece of information. The simple and quick way to do so is just type the address of the specific site along with epithet from that artifact.

For Illustration:  To reread information shared about Sindh on Wikipedia

 

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Searching inside an explicit website

 

9. Using Alternative words:

Instead of writing the whole phrase to specify your search use “~” symbol with the alternative words or synonyms to get the whole information regarding the words you just typed in.

For Example: You want to know about all the foods that contain proteins along with all related information you can type Food ~proteins in your search query.

 

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Using Alternative words

 

10. Using “intitle:” and “inurl:”

If you want to search title, labels or the name of an article simply type “intitle” before the words you are searching or type “inurl:” to search words from the URL.

 

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intitle

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inurl