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When search engines index s, they use various ways to decide how to classify and refer to various sites. Google makes use of a technology called Rank. This determines how important websites are based on how many other sites link to it. So how does knowing this help you?
Certainly not on the first or two! Search engines like Google are also constantly changing and refining how they determine. When we formulate search terms, we do it intuitively. Each person is going to have a unique way of phrasing things. Whatever the case, it can help to either make your search more mainstream or tailor it to the region most associated with your topic.
Think of the human element involved and spice up your search terms with the right human flavor! You might find something on the non-English web that has what you want. This Google Search tip speaks to the one to some extent, but is perhaps a little more by the book. The book in question being a thesaurus! Yes, synonyms, antonyms and all the different words that describe the same thing can be found in a thesaurus and that can help you nail down more search.
By searching for associated people, concepts and keywords you might just pick up information dedicated to the subject you were searching for. One of those related s could have a reference in it to an obscure resource that Google missed.
Maybe you watched it as and have vague memories of it.
The more things you can remember, the more likely the unique mix of terms together will lead you to the right place! Well, no two search engines think alike. It could be more straightforward and effective to tap into the human brain directly. Look for forums, Facebook groups and other discussion spaces where people who specialize in the subject area you need help with congregate.
The only real problem with this result is that you have no guarantees of a response and it could take a long time before anyone gets back to you. Combined with a little creativity in your searches, these technical skills will help you ascend to Google mastery. At least until the next major change to the Google algorithm, that is. Sydney Butler is a social scientist and technology fanatic who tries to understand how people and technology coexist.
He has two decades of experience as a freelance computer technician and more than a decade as a technologies researcher and instructor. Sydney has been a professional technology writer for more than five years and covers topics such as VR, Gaming, Cyber security and Transhumanism. Read Sydney's Full Bio. We hate spam too, unsubscribe at any time.
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