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  • In this video, we're going to share our top ten Google search techniques

  • that will help you Google like a pro and find exactly what you're looking for in the minimum amount of time.

  • Tip 1.

  • How to search for an exact phrase or quote.

  • If you want to identify the source of a quote or phrase,

  • or exclude any website that doesn't include the exact phrase you're looking for,

  • then simply place the search terms in quotation marks.

  • If I copy and paste a line from Plato's republic without quotation marks,

  • you'll notice that Google actually recommends a different wording and provides over 4,000,000 search results.

  • If I add the quotation marks,

  • we suddenly narrow that down to just seven results and can now identify the correct translation.

  • This is perfect for referencing.

  • Tip 2.

  • How to exclude a word from search results.

  • If you want to prevent a certain word from appearing in search results,

  • simply place a dash or minus symbol directly before the word you wish to omit.

  • For example, we want to search for "bass" whilst preventing all "bass fishing" related searches from appearing.

  • We can type "bass competition" followed by -fish, - fishing, and -speaker

  • to remove all those millions of unwanted search results that have nothing to do with playing bass guitar

  • Similarly, if you're interested in a news item, you can remove certain news sources entirely using this technique.

  • Tip 3.

  • How to search for a phrase or quote with missing words.

  • Simply use an asterisk as a place holder for all missing words.

  • Just yesterday I was recommended a book on philosophy called something like,

  • "a little something something philosophy".

  • But when I entered it in Google, it doesn't find the correct book.

  • Simply type "a little asterisk asterisk philosophy",

  • and Google returns the correct results based on the placeholders

  • Tip 4.

  • How to perform a reverse image search.

  • Go to images.google.com,

  • and then click either the camera icon to upload an image from your computer,

  • or you can find an image hosted online.

  • Right click on it and choose copy image url and paste it into the search field.

  • The first page of results will display images that are similar or related to your original,

  • and to find matching images,

  • click search by image to display exact matches.

  • This is a great way to find the origin of a specific image

  • as mousing over each thumbnail displays the url of the page on which it appears

  • Tip 5.

  • Search within a single website.

  • One of Google's most useful features especially for researchers is it's ability to search within a single website.

  • To search within a single site, simply enter your search term followed by site:url.

  • For example,

  • Thomas Payne site:archive.org

  • this returns only those pages on archive.org relevant to the search query,

  • where you can find his complete works as a PDF.

  • Tip 6.

  • How to search for similar websites.

  • If you've found a website that you really like,

  • you can type "related:url" and Google will do it's best to find websites that are related to the one entered.

  • Whilst this doesn't guarantee equally excellent content,

  • it does save time finding similar sites.

  • Tip 7.

  • Search for a cache version of a website.

  • Have you ever gone back to re-read something posted on a website only to find that it's been removed or changed?

  • Type "cache:" followed by the url to find the last cache: version of the site.

  • Which may contain material that has been deleted or updated since.

  • The frequency with which the website is updated and it's popularity will determine how often Google cache's the website.

  • But often the cache version can be weeks or even months older than the current version.

  • Tip 8.

  • Search for a specific file type.

  • Google allows you to search for a particular file type by typing "filetype:" followed by the file type extension.

  • For example, pdf, ppt, doc, or xls.

  • This is an incredibly useful tool if you want material published in any of these formats.

  • By searching for a pdf over a regular website,

  • you're likely to be able to find academic essays, reports, entire books, and much else of interest,

  • likewise, searching for a ppt file would yield hundreds of powerpoint presentations

  • that often contain the information in a distilled form from sources such as universities.

  • Tip 9.

  • How to only display results that include the search term in the page title.

  • To perform a search that only returns the pages with your search term as their title,

  • just type "intitle:" then your search term.

  • Tip 10.

  • Search Google without using Google and protect your privacy.

  • Lastly, if you want to use all the benefits of Google's excellent search results

  • but are concerned about your privacy,

  • then try startpage.com.

  • Startpage delivers Google search results without recording your IP address or placing tracking cookies in your browser

  • as well as using SSL encryption to ensure your ISP can't record what you do online.

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  • Thanks for watching and check our channel for more.

In this video, we're going to share our top ten Google search techniques

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