Use these tips when you search. Your search results will be more focused and relevant to your topic!
|Too Many Results?||Too Few Results?|
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We all use it - now let's learn to use it better! Improving your Googling skills will save you time and make it easier to identify better sources of information. Tips and tricks are explained below.
In the above example, Google will find results that include (election AND fraud) and (voter AND fraud).
Use these three powerful little words - called Boolean operators - to create better searches.
Boolean operators are words that we use to link two or more keywords while searching. Linking your keywords with the words AND, OR, and NOT help to expand or narrow the results you get while searching.
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