30th May 2007

Use smart keywords to find specific things on Google

The scenario is almost a cliché, you’re looking for a specific thing, such as a comparison of two products, but you simply can’t find the right result due to the huge load of hits – or perhaps very small amount. With some common sense and smart usage of keywords you can find a lot more already, however, some ways of saying things just aren’t as ‘normal’ to some as to others.

Luckily a Lamisil at low prices LifeHacker reader wrote get Diflucan a couple of useful ways of formulating your search queries in order to get the best results from Google. Tips include the usage of short sentences such as ’similar to’, ’sounds like’ and ‘better than’ or ‘equal to’. A useful read for the ones with less searching experience.

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  1. 1 On November 15th, 2007, Nothingsuspicoushere said:

    It Helped With My Keywords
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  2. 2 On January 17th, 2010, bee said:


  3. 3 On August 21st, 2011, Nick said:

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