A question always arises in the mind of every student/person that, is there any way to search on google very efficiently? How to search on google? How to search on google so that we find our answers in just one search?

Here I gave you some tips and tricks which help you to search on google. Tips that make your life easier and find what google is showing. Tricks that you use in Google search bar to search particular topic on Google. What are google search operators and how to use them? So don't wasting more time Let's check out.

Tips

First of all, We are going to see tips after that we are able to find out what is the google shows.

 1.  Enter Your Search Term

Searching on Google is quite simple. Just type your query in the google search bar. As you type In google search bar you'll see some suggestions from Google. Generally, these suggestions are based on trends at that time. If you are interested then you can click and if you're not, then you can ignore them. Previously visited results become highlighted.
How To Search On Google

 2.  See Your Search Result

After searching your query, google shows you lots of results. Some of the results match the web pages across the internet, And some of these matching the words or lines you have written in Google search bar.
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 3.  Find Ads

You may also see that google shows some ads on top of the search results. They are generally related to your query. For example, if you searched for digital camera google shows you ads related to a digital camera.

 4.  Search By Images

If you have an image and you want details of that image then search google images and visit  https://images.google.com/


Google Advanced Search Tricks

 1.  Explicit Phrase

Let's say if you are searching for Alon Musk. Instead of typing Alon Musk on Google, type "Alon Musk". You'll get better search results for this phrase.
For example: "Alon Musk"

 2.  Exclude Words

Let's say if you want to search contents about Alon Musk, but you want to exclude any word or search results, then just type -(dash) in front of a word you want to exclude from Google search results.
For example hostinger -advertising

 3.  Words in Single Page

If you want a webpage where you'll find all keywords that you put in google search bar. Type allintext: followed immediately by words or phrases. (It is not necessary that all words are beside each other)
For example: allintext:MSI GF63 9SC 240IN laptop review

 4.  Words in Title

If you want to find a web page in which title has all words that you search on google. Type allintitle: followed immediately by words or phrases. (It is not necessary that all words are beside each other).
For example allintitle:MSI GF63 9SC 240IN laptop review
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 5.  Words in Text+Title+URL etc.

If you want to find a webpage in which title, text, URL has words that you search on google. Type first term followed by intext: followed immediately by words or phrases.
For example:laptop review intext:MSI GF63 9SC 240IN

 6.  Words in Title+Text+URL etc.

If you want to find a web page in which title, text, url has words that you search on google. Type intitle: followed immediately by words or phrases.
For example: laptop review intitle:MSI GF63 9SC 240IN

 7.  Words In URL:

If you want to find a web page in which URL has all words that you search on google. Type allinurl: followed immediately by words or phrases.
For example allintitle:MSI GF63 9SC 240IN laptop review

 8.  Search in Specific website

If you want to search anything on google within a specific website. Type site:yoursite.com Modifier.
For example site:filesmoody.com "laptop for students"
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9.  Search for Flight Status

You can search for flights by just typing airplane number. Google Result will show flight information, status and etc.
For example UA 500

10.  Search for weather

If you want to search weather forecast for particular region, then just type whether followed by location.
For example: Whether New York

11.  Definitions

If you want to look the definition of any word, then simply type define:word on google.
For example: define: permutations

12.  Missing Words

If you have forgotten song lyrics, movie dialogue, quote or something else, then use asterisk * on google.
For example The way to get * talking and begin doing.
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13.  News for Specific Location

If you want news related to a specific locations, then you need to add location: to search google news from specific locations.
For example election location:New York

14.  Document Type

If you need any data in a specific document format, then use the filetype: google can show you various file types like pdf, word, ppt, etc.
For example Integral calculus formulas filetype:pdf
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15.  Translation

If you want to translate any word, phrase, or sentences from one language to another then just write a sentence to language.
For example: My name is Nick to french

16.  Area Code

If you want to search area by Area Code then Just type 3 digit Area code in google search bar and google will tell you the name of that area.

17.   Zip Code

If you need zip code for an address then search address along with town, city, state or province, country. Google will show you Zip Code.

18.  Numerical Range

If you want to show your result between any two numbers, then this is a very useful trick. A..B modifier will help.
For example a mobile phone under $ 300..400

19.  OR Operator

If you want to search one or more than one term to match, then write with OR operator on google (Note: OR operator should be in the Capitalized way)
For example digital camera OR advertising.

20.  Add Similar Words

If you want to add words in your search along with similar words or synonyms. Use ~ in front of the word.
For example: "inbound marketing" ~professional


Stopwatch, Timer, Calculator, Stock, and many more search results could be found by just typing.

See Also:

  1.  Laptop Buying Guide
  2.  MSI Laptop Full Review
  3.  Acer Nitro 5 Full Review
  4.  Acer Nitro 5 gaming Review

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