Secrets of Search

Gregory, Kip
November 2004
On Wall Street;Nov2004, Vol. 14 Issue 11, p103
Trade Publication
Offers several tips on Web searching. Explanation on the four kinds of keyword searches; Information on Google's two Web pages which the user can find under the Search Help section of Google's site.


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