If I could have you prioritize one thing to improve your online experience, this would be it.
There are many ways to find information on the internet, and here are a few tricks of mine that can work for you.
Many sites have no search facility. Fortunately it’s easy to do it yourself using a search engine like Google. Even when sites provide their own, your do-it-yourself solution may even give you better results.
It’s surprisingly difficult to tell with certainty when a web page was written. There are some clues we can gather that might help – a little.
Start broad and refine is typically the best search strategy, unless you have something very specific to look for. I’ll show you how being more specific from the start can lead to finding the exact results you want.
Searching is an art, of sorts. I’ll share what I see are two common mistakes searchers make, and my two-step approach to better search results.
The most searched-for term on the internet tells us something about people’s understanding – or lack of understanding – about how their browsers and the internet work.