How to use Google for better Search

How to use Google for better Search

Google is the most popular search engine in the world.But hot to use google for better search may be limited to some of people.

In the topic of today i will try to explain some of the interactive ways to use google to search.Below is the tips explained,let’s see them step by step

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Step 1 :Go to Google

obviously when we want to use google for search purpose then we must have knowledge to where to find google…? most of the title bars have option of google search by default,if one can  not find then just type google bar and press enter,the other way to find search page is to type google and press ctrl+enter keys o you key board it will display automatically (you can use this trick for any website,e.g instead of typing complete just type technotrait and then press ctrl+enter).

In some cases we want to search from the local listing then we have to ype the complete address e.g the last one word (.pk) will show the country reference

Step 2: Enter Your Search Terms.

Searchning from google is quite easy,just type the words that you wish to search and see in the search bar of google,for example if u want to search google instant then

you may see words begin to appear below the toolbar’s search box. These are suggestions that Google thinks may match what you’re interested in. Google calls this “Google Suggest” or “Autocomplete.” You can ignore the suggestions, but if one seems useful, select it to save some typing.

Step 3: Review Your Search Results

After you’ve searched, you’ll get a page full of results. Some of these will be matching pages from across the web. Some of these will be matching content from those subject-specific versions of Google that were mentioned above. You might get news or image results mixed in, as you can see below:
This mixing is called “Universal Search,”The units that get mixed in are called OneBox results. Sometimes, you’ll also get special OneBoxes that give you a direct answer, without requiring a click away from Google. For example, here’s the weather in shanghai,china

Google also has a guide to special searches like weather, stock quotes, the current time, sports scores and more than will trigger direct answers:

You may also see ads that appear above or to the right of the main search results. The main search results are not sold, and Google says they are not influenced by advertising. Google keeps the ads separated from those results and labeled with the word “Ad” or “Ads,” as the arrows point to in the example above.

That’s an overview of the type of results you’ll see, after doing a search. Google also maintains a detailed guide to everything you’ll find on the search results page.

Step 4: Preview Your Answers

As you review results, you’ll wonder if some of the listed sites are the best answer to what you’re looking for. Google provides a way to quickly check on this. It’s called Google Instant Previews.

Next to the web page listings, you’ll see a magnifying glass symbol appear:

Click on this, and you’ll make a preview of the page for that listing appear:

Step 5: Refine Your Google Search

Google doesn’t know exactly what you want, when you enter a search, so the results you get are its best guess. There are ways you can help it make better guesses. For one, Google provides a variety of ways to refine your searches, to narrow them down.

You can get back just video answers, restrict results by date, explore answers by browsing through a “Wonder Wheel” of suggestions or simple review some of the related searches it may list among your results, like these examples from a search for dvd players:

Finally The mentioned above are the few steps you may adopt for your better google search.

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