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
6: Using Lesser Known Google Features
you need to expand
your search horizons beyond just using Google, it has to be acknowledged
that Google is probably the most powerful search engine there
Google inside and out, how it works, and some of the untold hundreds
of ways you can use it, will give you
a skill/advantage that puts you well ahead of 95% of the
people online today - including your competitors.
in the information-age, what skill could be more valuable than
finding quality information and other forms of
content (audio, video, ebooks, and so on)?
visit the following URL, and soak-in all the search-goodness
has to offer. (The
page may take a while to load due to the large amount of content.)
Related Pages Feature
found a great resource online, something that
is exactly what you were looking for.
has a number of facts, information, and answers to your questions.
Chances are, however, it doesn't contain everything you're
has a very useful feature that lets you enter the url of a page,
and it will return to you a list of pages with
where one resource/page might be weak in a particular area of
a subject, a related resource/page might be strong.
resources together usually provides a very thorough understanding of the subject matter you're searching for.
you find a page/resource that you find useful, copy its URL,
then head over to Google and enter it into the search box:
you press enter, Google will return a list of related sites/pages.
Search Automator automates this process!