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
A 'Discovery' Keyword And Relevant
Keywords To Your Search
'Discovery' keyword is a special keyword that, when
used in conjunction with most general keywords, can help
you quickly find extremely
search results related to your topic.
Here are some 'discovery' keyword examples:
So, instead of searching for 'paris travel', search
for 'paris travel tips', 'paris travel articles',
'paris travel guide', and so on.
Instead of searching for 'buying
a home', search for 'buying a home tips', or 'buying a
You'll be amazed at the jump in quality search
results you'll get.
no secret that the more keywords you add to a search, the fewer,
yet more-targeted results you get. The trick is
discovering relevant keywords that can help.
example, let's say you're looking for information related to 'gardening'.
If you go to your favorite search
engine and simply enter 'gardening' as your query, you'll
get a ton of general, mostly useless, results.
if you add relevant keywords to your search, you can easily narrow
your results further, depending on the type of
gardening information you're looking for:
can narrow your results further by adding even more relevant keywords
to your search:
indoor organic gardening
organic vegetable gardening