Google Search

Last Update: February 14, 2013
My last post pointed out a modifier that can be used to search Google.

There are several operators that you can use to refine your search.
A list of these is available at the Google Guide.

http://www.googleguide.com/advanced_operators.html

If you are interested in using Google to its full capacity, I highly recommend the Google Power Searching Class that is offered. This is a self paced course. I took it when it was offered as a certification course and it was an aggressive schedule but well worthwhile.
http://www.powersearchingwithgoogle.com/

The final item I'd like to mention is the Inside Search Pages.
http://support.google.com/websearch/?hl=en

The help pages are very helpful when you would like to refine a search but are unsure how to complete the task. There are also a number of great tips and tricks and other features that Google has available for everyone to use but perhaps you don't know that they are there.

Hope this helps you to be a more efficient searcher and that this helps you to find the details that you need to make your campaigns a success.

Craig

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JohnnyMark1 Premium
The information at those links Labman, are Great! Thanks!
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Labman Premium
Welcome, Google is your friend.
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JohnnyMark1 Premium
gOoGLe iS mY FriEnD.
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Shawn Martin Premium
Hmm, I am lost, I need to go back a blog and get caught up., bookmarked, thanks craig
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Labman Premium
Hey, welcome to the fast paced world of the internet. Please try to keep up.
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Shawn Martin Premium
No kidding :)
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Deb659 Premium
You are awesome
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Thank you Labby, I always learn so much from you. Happy Valentine's Day too!
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Labman Premium
And you you as well. Hope it is good for you.
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I don't just let anybody call me a you you but, since it's You, it's okay.
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Labman Premium
Hunh? What? Oh, oops. Thought it was a Texas thang.
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ToddT182 Premium
Thanks Craig:) This is good info to be up on!
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