To REALLY Search The Internet
1: Add A 'Discovery' Keyword And Relevant Keywords To Your Search
Part 2: Use Relevant
Part 3: Building
A Search Engine Toolbox
Part 4: Search Specific
Part 5: Use Shortcuts
Part 6: Using Lesser
Known Google Features
Part 7: Finding Different
3: Building A Search Engine Toolbox
Are you strictly a Googler?
you solely rely on Google for all your search needs, you're
missing out on a lot of great content.
is a great resource, but it's far from a 'perfect' resource.
to find audio with it and you'll understand.
your horizons when it comes to the tools you use to find
doing a Web search, if you're not finding what you're looking
for using Google, simply run your search through
different search engine.
search engine has its own 'personality' which is reflected
in the results it returns.
example, if you
search for 'dog' on Google, in addition to the regular
search results, you might
also see book experts with the term 'dog' in them,
as a bonus from Google.
The same search on Yahoo might turn up regular search results,
in addition to links to Yahoo's extensive
are just a few of the various Web search tools to try when
you go looking for general Web content:
'general' search engines (such as Google and
Yahoo) are great when looking for general content, but
when you go looking for specialized content, such as audio,
video, news, etc, you need to use specialized search
There are very powerful search engines designed specifically
for finding various kinds of content.
you're looking for high quality results, you need to move
When looking for audio, try:
When looking for video, try:
When looking for reference
When looking for news, try:
are specialty search engines for practically any kind of
content you can imagine:
these various search engine tools for the task at hand
will dramatically increase the quality of results you get.
Automator gives you one-click access to some of the most
powerful, and content-specific search engines. You
enter your keyword once, and you can quickly search for that
keyword on Google, Yahoo, MSN, A9, and others.