Recently, I came across an article about Google Search
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Google’s success is arguably due to its single-minded agenda: providing free and high-quality information. In the process, it acquired an amazing ability. What makes Google so popular (and invincible)? We will try to discover how Google has changed the world of web search. Better.
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Google Search can be a goldmine for search enthusiasts. We know that major search engines, using data gathered over the past decade on users’ search behaviors, are always developing new tools and products in order to make web browsing more meaningful, efficient and enjoyable. Google search has made the internet a lot more accessible. Here are a few reasons.
We will start by doing a simple Google search. Assuming that we are all familiar with the basic features of Google search, I’ll move to Google Suggestion. Google Search offers a dropdown list of phrases that are likely to be used as you type your search query into the search box. The menu will change with each letter you type to display the next possible phrase from Google’s vast database. You can also see the ‘number’ of results for each phrase, which is a good indicator of search trends. At any time, you can use the arrow keys to select phrases and then press enter to go to Google’s search results pages.
Google Suggest not only makes your search faster (because we notice this immediately), but it also shows how Google is innovative in making search more complex and less stressful. We will also soon discover that other Google products are just as impressive, if they are not even more so. Google Suggest is also available if you have the Google Toolbar installed on your Firefox browser. Let’s move on to the rest of Google search.