Don't see what you're looking for in your search results? Here are some basic tips and tricks to help you find just what you want every time.
Keep it simple! Start by typing the name of a thing, place, or concept that you're looking for.
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Add relevant words if you don't see what you want after doing a simple search.
Even more precise:
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Don't worry if it takes several attempts to find the right words to describe your search.
Try words that a website would use to describe what you're looking for.
my head hurts
why is my head killing me
Why? Google matches the words in your search to the words appearing in pages on the Internet. "Headache" is the term that informative webpages are likely to use, so using that term will help you reach the type of information you want.
Use only the important words rather than a full sentence or question.
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bats good luck
Why? Generally, all of the words that you include in your search will be used to find matching content. Too many words will limit your results.
Let Google do the work! Certain types of searches will show you special information directly below the search box.
45 x .88
Sometimes Google search will act differently than what's described above if doing so could improve your search. Here are a few of these cases:
the who(likely referring to the band) and
who(likely referring to the World Health Organization).
overhead view of the bellagio poolwill give you nice overhead pictures from webpages that do not include the word "overhead."
Google. "Basic search help." https://support.google.com/websearch/answer/134479