To REALLY Search The Internet
1: Add A 'Discovery' Keyword And Relevant Keywords To Your
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
every person, place, or thing you'll search for
information on has a series of terms related to it.
you can discover these you will tap into a
goldmine of relevant, related information that may be more helpful
content than you can imagine.
For example, if you're looking for information about Germany
travel, can you think of any keywords that might help you
find information *related* to Germany travel?
- Rhine River
- Black Forest
Would knowing these keywords and searching for information
about them help in your overall quest for information about
More than likely, yes!
Or how about another example - would searching for any of
these related keywords help in your search for information
related to sleepiness:
They probably would.
Related keywords can help you expand
the scope of your
search into many useful areas that in themselves often lead
to great content.
So, how do you come up with keywords that are related to
your main search?
the manual way is to tap into your personal brainpower
and try to come up with some on your own. This is not always
easiest thing to do.
easier way is to head over to a search engine at
and search for your original keyword there.
you do this, at the top of the results page, Gigablast
displays a series of terms it calls Giga Bits, which are
terms related to the term you're searching for.
of these terms can be clicked on as a basis for a new, but related
search. This is a very unique and powerful feature of Gigablast.