How to use Google Search
As we all know, Google Search is the number one search engine in the world. It’s often the go-to for any searching needs and hardly needs an introduction. But have you ever wondered how, exactly, Google Search works? It’s not just a text box that generates answers to your burning questions. It’s a crawl base engine – meaning it has software designed to crawl the world-wide web and find the information you are looking for.
When you look up Pinnacle Marketing Group, you’re requesting information from the index of pages that include those words. Which is why keywords in your website are so important. Google will crawl looking for the requested words until it gathers a list for you to choose from. This information isn’t actually stored on Google.com – they are on their own servers; Google was used only to find them.
When you type in your question, if you pause for a moment, suggestions will pop up and your answer might be within those suggestions. See below:
There are many advanced searches you can do as well to hopefully get better results for your question and can be accessed from the Tools option found at above the results. Here you can choose all results, or you can narrow the search field by time or if you want the search to be preformed verbatim:
You can also use “quotes” around your question to those exact terms in the order you requested or use the – sign to exclude words you don’t want searched. You can even type in Calculator to find Google’s hidden calculator! There are many options you can use to get the results you need, when you need them the most. That includes images, videos, news reports, and so much more. So go ahead and get creative! You never know what you might find on Google.