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Smart searching on the internet

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Sophat CHY

on 16 September 2013

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Transcript of Smart searching on the internet

How to use Google
Google search
Gmail
Drive
picasa
Blogger
Page creator
Scholar
images
maps
Smart Google Search Tips&Tricks
Smart searching on the internet
Advanced commands
define
filetype
info
link
movie
site
weather
+
-
*
...
~
""
OR
Is the most common symbol used by users. The plus sign essentially combines two keywords. Eg + calf fries
What many do not know is that the exact opposite search can use the minus sign! If, for example looking for a job in any other city except Athens can write work - Athens
The multiplication sign, the asterisk acts as a wildcard ... in words and phrases you're looking for. If, for example we are interested to find anything that has to do with skirts, dial * Skirt
The dots do not mean ... irony as the written word, but represent the range within which we are looking. If we want to find homes in a specific range rental home will write +200 300 euro ...
The tilde is one of the rarest symbols in the search, but very interesting. If you put it before a word "notify" Google to search not only for that keyword, but also for the synonym. For ex. If you are looking job and write job ~ we will return results not just the word work, and work, employment, etc.
The double quotes are used to start and end a sentence with many words just to notify Google that search the absolutely exact phrase, not a sentence that simply contains these words among others. Eg the "what does not reach fox" looking for the proverb, not proposals that have these words.
The English word for disjunctive essentially notify Google to look for one or another outcome. We must, however, when using it to write everything in capital letters, to recognize the search machine as a command, otherwise it will look for the word or in phrases.
If we put this word before that we're looking for asking Google to not look for the word, but the definition of a word or a concept.
When looking for a specific file type for ex. jpg or pdf. Usually used when looking photos.
Put it before a link and ask 'technical' information for the page ex. type and description
If we put this word before a link (caution, and put the http:// before) we were shown all the results from pages that have that link.
Upon that word we put the movie title that interests us and show us only data from the tape.
If you're looking for a single word within a particular site, we can put that keyword. If you are looking for articles on Sally Mann photographer, sallymann.com the correct syntax is photographer's site: sallymann.com
Looking out the weather in a city name after
1.check weather with google
2.try a universal currency converter
3.translate quickly
4.find old posts
5.say what you want to find with Voice Search
6.search by image
search services
Google
search
images
video
maps
news
products search
block search
book search
scholar
finance
alerts
toolbar
desktop
earth
communication services
gmail
plus
groups
calendar
reader
notebook
docs
blogger
youtube
talk
sites
wave
Google
Basic Commands
search commands
www.google.com.kh
Booleans
AND
NOT
OR
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