- Tip #1: Fine-Tune Your Query with More Keywords
- Tip #2: Search for Either One Word or Another
- Tip #3: Include Stop Words
- Tip #4: Exclude Irrelevant Words
- Tip #5: Search for Similar Words
- Tip #6: Search for Similar Pages
- Tip #7: Search for an Exact Phrase
- Tip #8: Use Google's Advanced Search Page
- Tip #9: Search Within Your Search Results
- Tip #10: Search Google's Other Sites
Tip #6: Search for Similar Pages
Along the same lines, sometimes you find a web page that includes some of the information you're looking for but not all of it. The best way to proceed in this instance is to look for other web pages similar to this one, which you can do with Google's related: operator.
The related: operator displays web pages that are in some way similar to the specified page. For example, if you've found good information about wildlife on the National Geographic website, you can find similar sites by enter the query related:http://www.nationalgeographic.com.