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You would prefer Paid advertisement or organic search engine optimization

You would prefer Paid advertisement or organic search engine optimization | Search Engine Optimization | Scoop.it
Organic Search engine optimization has its own importance Organic search engine optimization is basically doing page optimization manually as opposed to automated submission and page modification that is the most common.

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7 Simple Google Tips To Search Like A Boss

7 Simple Google Tips To Search Like A Boss | Search Engine Optimization | Scoop.it

"Anyone can type a word or phrase into the Google window and hope for the best.

Some even use quotation marks, or use autocomplete to their advantage. But how about putting a dash before a word to exclude it from your search? Or using the tilde–like a boss–to search for synonyms for a term as well?"


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Some good tips here!

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Louis LesCallett's curator insight, October 11, 2013 2:56 PM

This site will help you clear up any problems you have with Google searching!

mtmeme's curator insight, October 11, 2013 6:59 PM

easy to do!

Mary Cunningham's curator insight, October 13, 2013 12:07 PM

I'm not sure why googling well is a "boss" attribute but the hints are good.  I am trying them now!

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Fine-Tune Your Google Searches To Find Exactly What You Need: The 10 Search Modifiers You Must Know By Heart

Fine-Tune Your Google Searches To Find Exactly What You Need: The 10 Search Modifiers You Must Know By Heart | Search Engine Optimization | Scoop.it

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Robin Good's curator insight, October 31, 2013 11:42 AM



Even though Google has become very good at understanding and providing relevant results for many popular queries, many search users are getting lazy and taking those results as currency. 


John Ball writes on Search Engine Land: "People don’t think, analyze, or really even understand how search works anymore. They just assume it will work and they’ll get the results they need. 


This is a very real trend, and likely to continue."


And he goes on: "For example, consider Google Now — no searching required, just results you’re likely to need and can further refine. Also, consider Google Glass. Glass doesn’t even support advanced searching — it’s all short, to-the-point answers, likely based on the Knowledge Graph, which is rapidly expanding."


If you are a journalist, researcher or content curator, you are likely uninterested in such auto-selected results and prefer to dig, explore more and vet before drawing a conclusion.


To go beyond the surface of Google forcedly limited search spectrum, it is of great help to be able to use Google search modifiers. These are manual commands that you can insert in your search queries and that allow you to ask to Google to bring you the results you want in the way you want it.


If you are not familiar with these or have not been using them in a while, I do suggest to scan through them again as they can be real life-savers in many a situation. 


Very useful for any good journalist, researcher or curator.


Useful. Good examples. 8/10


Full article: http://searchengineland.com/top-10-search-modifiers-why-they-matter-what-they-are-how-to-use-them-173343 





Maureen Greenbaum's comment, November 5, 2013 7:55 AM
I left this comment I think you are wrong about AND - that is Google's default<br>see https://support.google.com/web...<br>You need OR if you want either term but Google does AND automatically otherwise<br>@sumware
Elsie Whitelock's curator insight, November 17, 2013 10:34 AM

Some google search modifiers to help focus your search