Constructing and refining searches in Google

“Google is a fairly new Web searching database. It is distinguished by its powerful ranking algorithm based on how many good sites link to each site, along

“Google is a fairly new Web searching database. It is distinguished by its powerful ranking algorithm based on how many good sites link to each site, along with other factors like the proximity of your search keywords or phrases in the documents. Google lacks sub-searching, Boolean operators (except – to exclude), and other ways to refine results or focus on an aspect of a large topic. But, if you have a fairly distinctive phrase in ” ” or keyword to use as a ‘hook’ to search on, its ranking often leads you to what you want, because a lot of other folks have ‘voted’ for it by linking to it in their pages.”


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Date:
November 23, 2016
Author:
XPLANE