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Our Top Tips On How To Surf And Use Google Like A Pro
How often do you look or search for things on the internet? The average person conducts between three and four searches ...
How often do you look or search for things on the internet? The average person conducts between three and four searches every day, which adds up to over 1,000 searches over a year. We want to help you master finding what you’re looking for faster with these Google web surfing tricks.
Using Quotes –
When you perform a basic search, Google will search for each word you type in the search box. When you add quotes, Google will search for an exact phrase match of what is in quotes. For example, if you were looking for internet service near me, it would pull all internet services near you vs. “internet service near me,” which means the site would have to contain those exact words to appear in the search.
Incognito Window –
Just like how it sounds, when you open an incognito window, you can surf the web without cookies following you, and it keeps searches private. This is especially good to use when you want to keep your browsing history private.
Solve Math Problems –
Did you know Google search is also a calculator! Type in any math problem into Google search, and it will calculate the answer for you.
Voice Search –
You can voice search on Google with both your phone and your desktop. Just hit the microphone on the far right of the search box and say what you’re looking for.
Search A Range Of Numbers –
When searching for products within a price range, use two dots between numbers to identify a range. For example, if you were buying a car but wanted to stay within a budget, if you searched cars 5,000..10,000 dollars, your results would display cars between $5,000 and $10,000.
Fun Google Tricks -
Google has phrases where if you search for them, your screen will do an action. If you search Do A Barrel Roll, the screen will spin like you’re in an airplane doing a barrel roll or askew.