Google Advanced SearchGetting the ResultsYou Want<br />
Search SkillsarePowerful<br />Learn the TRUTH about UFOs<br />Be the envyof the office<br />Findfriends & stalk enemies<br...
1. Open  WWW.Google.COM<br />2. Open Wordto savesearches<br />3. Think of  projects& interests<br />
john deere 1020 with loader $7500..$10000 715<br />
wind turbine technician <br />dacum<br />filetype:pdf<br />
sphynx cats for sale 54701<br />
Google<br />Trolls Internet searching for pages<br />Finds pages based on links<br />Finds hidden pages<br />Caches pages<...
PAGERANK=VALUE<br />Democratic rankingusing link structure <br />page A LINKStopage B MEANS A VOTESFOR B<br />Google analy...
PAGERANK + text matching = search ORDER<br />
We all know basically how to use Google.  But how many set up Preferences?<br />
Advanced Search Results<br />Now let’s look at the Advanced Search page.<br />
Let’s refine the search for PowerPoint presentations in the Education domain.<br />Advanced Search Results<br />
Note the query syntax that results.  <br />Once you learn this syntax the previous page is not needed.<br />Advanced Searc...
Advanced Search Results<br />Let’s limit the results to more recent in the US. <br />
Refining Search Results<br />Now, let’s explore the other Search View Options.<br />
SwitchingProducts<br />Dynamically switch to other products<br />
SearchModifiersCommonOperators <br />Usepunctuationinsteadof words<br />DO notrequire a colon<br />
<term1> AND <term2> <br /><term1> OR <term2> <br />And/Or Operator<br />
“<phrase> ”<br />Quote Operator<br />Finds Exact Phrase<br />
-<term><br />Minus Operator<br />Ignores search word<br />
+<term><br />Plus Operator<br />Includes search word<br />
~<term><br />Synonym operator<br />Finds related words<br />
<term1> *<term2><br />Wildcard Operator<br />Fill in the Blank word<br />
Examples<br />
SearchModifiersAdvancedOperators <br />usepunctuationinsteadof words, BUTDOrequirea colon<br />
Info:<website> information Google has about page<br />Cache:<website>versionGoogle has in its cache<br />Linked:<website>P...
Site: restricts results to specific website or those websites in the given domain.<br />Map: <br />Filetype: searches for ...
Search<br />RestrictorsAdvanced Operators<br />Safesearch: sex education restrictor that restricts search results to child...
Inurl: orAllinurl:<br />The terms must appear in the URLof the page<br />Intitle: orAllintitle:<br />The terms must appear...
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Workshop on using Google's Advanced Search features to improve results. Works best when done as a workshop in a computer lab. Delivered several times to college faculty and staff with great results.

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  • Record Recent Searches on Board for later examples
  • Basic Search Page – www.google.comShow PreferencesSearch Products Available – Images, maps, etc….Wisconsin Labor Market TrendsShow Options – Wonder Wheel, Related Searches, Time FrameTrends in Career Education Switch to Google Sqaured
  • Review Advanced Search fieldsUse: Trends in career educationThen add restrictors: Costs OR FundingFiletype: PowerpointDomain: eduExpand Date, Usage rights, numeric range and more….Take note of change in Safe Search OffShow URL of search string resultsSending search strings to people
  • Jobs +54701
  • Jobs +54701
  • Cache:cvtc.eduSite:Nanorite.orgLink:nanorite.orgRelated:nanorite.orgInfo:nanorite.org Note the options below
  • Inurl: jobs, current openingsLabor market intitle:laborintitle:marketLabor market allintitle:labor market
  • What would the Google search be to locate a Google cheat sheet?
  • Google Advanced Search

    1. 1. Google Advanced SearchGetting the ResultsYou Want<br />
    2. 2. Search SkillsarePowerful<br />Learn the TRUTH about UFOs<br />Be the envyof the office<br />Findfriends & stalk enemies<br />Find greatfashion tips<br />Be the life of the party<br />
    3. 3. 1. Open WWW.Google.COM<br />2. Open Wordto savesearches<br />3. Think of projects& interests<br />
    4. 4. john deere 1020 with loader $7500..$10000 715<br />
    5. 5. wind turbine technician <br />dacum<br />filetype:pdf<br />
    6. 6. sphynx cats for sale 54701<br />
    7. 7. Google<br />Trolls Internet searching for pages<br />Finds pages based on links<br />Finds hidden pages<br />Caches pages<br />
    8. 8. PAGERANK=VALUE<br />Democratic rankingusing link structure <br />page A LINKStopage B MEANS A VOTESFOR B<br />Google analyzes the page that casts the vote<br />IFAis “IMPORTANT” votes for B raise B’simportance<br />
    9. 9. PAGERANK + text matching = search ORDER<br />
    10. 10. We all know basically how to use Google. But how many set up Preferences?<br />
    11. 11. Advanced Search Results<br />Now let’s look at the Advanced Search page.<br />
    12. 12. Let’s refine the search for PowerPoint presentations in the Education domain.<br />Advanced Search Results<br />
    13. 13. Note the query syntax that results. <br />Once you learn this syntax the previous page is not needed.<br />Advanced SearchResults<br />
    14. 14. Advanced Search Results<br />Let’s limit the results to more recent in the US. <br />
    15. 15. Refining Search Results<br />Now, let’s explore the other Search View Options.<br />
    16. 16. SwitchingProducts<br />Dynamically switch to other products<br />
    17. 17. SearchModifiersCommonOperators <br />Usepunctuationinsteadof words<br />DO notrequire a colon<br />
    18. 18. <term1> AND <term2> <br /><term1> OR <term2> <br />And/Or Operator<br />
    19. 19. “<phrase> ”<br />Quote Operator<br />Finds Exact Phrase<br />
    20. 20. -<term><br />Minus Operator<br />Ignores search word<br />
    21. 21. +<term><br />Plus Operator<br />Includes search word<br />
    22. 22. ~<term><br />Synonym operator<br />Finds related words<br />
    23. 23. <term1> *<term2><br />Wildcard Operator<br />Fill in the Blank word<br />
    24. 24. Examples<br />
    25. 25. SearchModifiersAdvancedOperators <br />usepunctuationinsteadof words, BUTDOrequirea colon<br />
    26. 26. Info:<website> information Google has about page<br />Cache:<website>versionGoogle has in its cache<br />Linked:<website>Pages that have links to the site<br />SITE:<website>pages from the specified site<br />Similar:<website>pages that are related to a page<br />Advanced Operators<br />
    27. 27. Site: restricts results to specific website or those websites in the given domain.<br />Map: <br />Filetype: searches for files with a specific file extension<br />Phonebook:<br />Advanced Operators<br />Numrange or [#]..[#]: searches within a range of numbers<br />Stocks:<br />MANY More……<br />Author: searches groups for posting by submitter<br />
    28. 28. Search<br />RestrictorsAdvanced Operators<br />Safesearch: sex education restrictor that restricts search results to child safe pages but allows educational content<br />SET in SEARCH SETTINGS aka Preferences<br />
    29. 29. Inurl: orAllinurl:<br />The terms must appear in the URLof the page<br />Intitle: orAllintitle:<br />The terms must appear in the titleof the page <br />Search Restrictors<br />Intext: or Allintext:<br />The terms must appear in the textof the page<br />Inanchor: <br />Must be in anchor text of links to the page.<br />
    30. 30. GoogleCheat Sheets <br />

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