Google strives to make it easy to quickly find whatever you’re seeking, whether it’s a web page, a recent news story, a photograph, advice, or a present for a friend. Google Guide’s Cheat Sheet (www.googleguide.com/cheatsheet.html), Google Guide’s Advanced Operator Quick Reference (www.googleguide.com/advanced_operators_reference.html) Google Guide’s Calculator Cheatsheet (www.googleguide.com/help/calculator.html) and Sacramento State’s Google QuikRef (available from www.csus.edu/uccs/documents/quikrefsite/PDFs/googleqr.pdf […]
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Selecting Search Terms
Use words likely to appear on the pages you want. Avoid using a question as a query. For example, the query, [ where do I apply for a passport in New Zealand ], instructs Google to find pages containing all the terms. Such a query won’t necessarily find pages answering your question. A better query […]
You’ve reached the end of the tutorial. The following sections contain additional information that you may find useful.
Search Leader: Why Google is Popular
The remainder of this appendix is filled with compliments and appreciative remarks, how to submit feedback, linking instructions, licensing information, and acknowledgments.
What Users Think About Google Guide
Google Guide in the Press
This segment provides tips on:
Linking to Search Results
Improving Your PageRank
Advertising Your Website
Generating Revenue using AdSense
The information in this section is based on my experience in designing and developing Google Guide, which is now the top result for the queries Google tutorial, Google guide, using Google, Google stock symbol, and Google favorite features.
Note: There are thousands of sites devoted to developing […]
You can choose one of the services on the drop-down menu. Or you can click on even more », at […]
In this course segment you’ll learn how to take advantage of Google’s specialized search services.
Google started by providing generalized web search. It also offers specialized searches that are accessible by clicking on the links at the top of many Google pages — e.g., the results page (which we show just after this paragraph) and the […]
Google provides shortcuts for finding commonly sought utilities and information, which you may have previously found offline or on specialized sites. The results of these shortcuts appear to the right of a tag or specialized icon and above your search results.
To read about all of these shortcuts, one by one, simply click the “Next” links […]
In this course segment you’ll learn — among other things — how to:
Enter a query even if Google’s home page isn’t in your browser
Access shortcuts for finding commonly sought utilities and information
Several nice summaries of some of Google’s features and services are available online:
Google Guide’s cheat sheet (www.googleguide.com/cheatsheet.html)
Sacramento State University’s Google QuikRef is available from […]
Google may include links to the following types of information above or along side your results.
A Spelling Correction (suggestion)
The shortcut links that often appear to the left of an icon are known as OneBox results.
tags (keywords): google guide, results, summary
This table summarizes how to use the basic search operators described in this chapter. You may include any of these operators multiple times in a query.
with both term1 and term2
[ carry-on luggage ]
term1 OR term2 term1 | term2
with either term1 or term2 or both
[ Tahiti OR Hawaii ]
[ Tahiti | Hawaii ]
with term (Put quotation marks around terms that are stop words […]
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