Google is a great research tool, but sometimes the results can be overwhelming. In this tutorial from the experts at Revision 3 learn how to highlight text in your search results and be more efficient while you surf.
This video tutorial explains how to structure your web site the right way using content silos. But what's a content solo, you ask? Watch this video SEO tutorial to find out. Make structural improvements to your website such that Google has an easier time isolating your keywords with this how-to.
This video shows how to make a Google Custom Search Engine. A Custom Search Engine safely searches only the sites you want, and gives you relevant results. To set it up go to the Google home page and sign in. If you don‚Äôt have a Google account, you can easily set one up by following the directions. Sign in, then enter in your browser ‚Äúwww.google.com.coop/cse‚Äù.
In this video tutorial, you'll learn how to use Google Image Search to find images much as you would use Google search to find webpages. For step-by-step instructions on using Google Image Search, as well a general overview of Google Images, take a look!
Google is a powerful search engine, but if you don't know all of the tricks to searching, you're not getting the best results possible. This video demonstrates all of the quick tricks to maximize your Google Search experience.
In this webmaster's guide, you'll learn how to create quick sitelinks for a website in the Google Search index. Whether you're new to the world of search engine optimization (SEO) or are merely looking to pick up a few new tips and tricks, you're unlikely to find a better source than this official video guide from Google. Take a look.
In this tutorial, you'll learn how to use special search parameters like "site:" to improve the quality and specificity of your Google search results. For more information, and to get started using these handy search tricks yourself, watch this hacker's how-to from CNET.
Protect your privacy by using Google Search over SSL. With Firefox, it's easy! And this brief video tutorial from the folks at Butterscotch will teach you everything you need to know. For more information, including detailed, step-by-step instructions, and to get started using Google Search in SSL mode yourself, take a look.
In this clip, you'll learn how to use Google Search from within an email in your Google Gmail inbox—a useful timesaver. For all of the details, and to learn how to enable and use Gmail Priority Inbox, take a look.
In this Googler's guide from the folks at Mahalo, we learn how to use plus and minus signs to force Google to include or not include a word when searching for information about a person online. For all of the relevant details, and to get started using this handy Google hack yourself, watch this video tutorial.
Want to know how to customize Google Search with a personal image? Let this video be your guide. It's easy and this clip presents a complete, step-by-step overview of the process. For more information, including detailed instructions, and to get started using a custom background on Google yourself, take a look.
Protect your privacy. With this free video tutorial, you'll learn a method for clearing your Google search history in the Mozilla Firefox web browser. Note, however, that this only works locally and therefore will only prevent those who share the same computer as you from seeing your search history.
This instructional video from Deb Cross and John Hendron illustrates how to search Google from one URL. Learn how to limit your searches to just one website.
Google searching shortcuts to help you get the most out of your searches.
In this Googler's guide from the folks at Mahalo, we learn how to limit search results to a particular national domain like .co.uk or .ru. For all of the relevant details, and to get started using this handy Google hack yourself, watch this video tutorial.
In this webmaster's guide, you'll learn whether it's important or not to have people-readable keywords in your URL path. Whether you're new to the world of search engine optimization (SEO) or are merely looking to pick up a few new tips and tricks, you're unlikely to find a better source than this official video guide from Google. Take a look.
Looking for an easy way to protect your privacy when using Google Search? With the right habits, it's easy. So easy, in fact, that this home-computing how-to from the folks at CNET can present a complete overview of the process in just over a minute. For more information, including detailed, step-by-step instructions, take a look.
Want to do a little comparative shopping for your next big purchase? With Google Product Search, it's easy. So easy, in fact, that this video guide can present a complete overview of the process in about two minutes. For more information, including step-by-step instructions on how to adjust your own Facebook tagging settings, take a look.
In this screencast from Screencast Central we find out how to find out our local weather forecast, search within a specific website, ask Google a fact based question like the population of the USA and finally find out more about local businesses.
SEO specialist Aaron Wall shares tips on using date based search filters to help you improve your search engine optimization knowledge.
Find lyrics to an unknown song by logging on to the Internet and typing in a few words from that song into a search engine. Locate lyrics to an unknown song with tips from a professional musician in this free video on music.
Find MP3 files using Google by typing in the name of the song using quotation marks. Locate MP3 files with tips from a professional musician in this free video on music.
Google Now is a quick and intuitive way to tailor your device to work for you and, unlike other personal assistants, provide you with up-to-date information based on search habits, emails, and the general all-knowingness of Google.
Considering that Google makes Android, it's rather strange that the operating system doesn't have a baked-in solution for doing a reverse image search. Sure, you can long-press pictures in Chrome to search for other instances of a photo, but it's not possible with pictures you find in other apps, or photos you've downloaded to your phone.
Google just unveiled it's biggest search product in recent memory, except this time the search giant is looking to take over the world of virtual objects.
Last month, Google changed the placement of search options from the left side of the page to the top, right above the first result. In theory, this shouldn't be such a bad thing—it's just looks, right? Well, not quite. Turns out, it actually got rid of a few of the options as well, and a lot of people were not too happy about it. The problem is that the change gives you less functionality, and makes the options that are still there harder to get to. One of the most frustrating changes was how...
Few things are more important than search engine optimization when it comes to increasing a brand's visibility online. Regardless of whether you're launching a new business from scratch or working as a marketing professional at a major corporation, you need to ensure that you're drawing the most people to your website and affiliate links by utilizing the latest and most powerful SEO tools and methods.
Google's personal messaging service Allo could reveal your search history and other private information to friends if the Google Assistant bot is called upon in chats, according to a story from Re/code.
Family Feud is one of the longest-running game shows in American TV history. Its viewer base spans generations, and this is mostly due to the fun nature of the show. Contestants have to guess the most popular answers to survey questions that were posed to 100 random strangers, and the responses often range from silly to downright funny.
Google just added a new feature for mobile search called Handwrite. Just like the name suggests, you can hand write your queries on the screen of your smartphone and it will convert it to text.
Google seems to be growing tired of the way links appear in its Search results page, because they're currently experimenting with a color change (that's already causing lots of controversy).
Learn how to use Google Product Search to find the best price when shopping online. This brief video tutorial from the folks at Butterscotch will teach you everything you need to know. For more information, including detailed, step-by-step instructions, and to get started using Google Product Search yourself, take a look.
Want to get the best price when shopping online? With Google Product Search, it's easier than ever. Don't know how to use it? No problem. This video guide presents a complete, step-by-step overview of the process. For details, and to get started using Google Product Search yourself, take a look.
As Eric Hughes writes in his "A Cypherpunk's Manifesto," privacy, otherwise known as the power to selectively reveal oneself to the world, is necessary for a free and open society. One way to protect your privacy is through clear your Google search bar history (not to be confused with your Google Search History, which you may also want to disable). This tutorial will teach how to do just that. Take a look.
Even if your default mobile browser is Google Chrome, you may not want Google to also be your search engine. Maybe you're not impressed with Google's search results all the time, maybe you want a more private search experience, or maybe you just don't want Google's hands over everything in your life. Whatever the case, it's easy to switch from Google to another default search engine.
Not that long ago, Google introduced a beta program for their Google Search app on Android. Much like any beta program, testers will get access to new features before they officially debut, but you might have to put up with the occasional bug as new functionality is introduced. If you'd like to sign up, it's quite simple, but I'll go over the process in detail below.
Almost every Android device comes with a Google search bar embedded directly into its stock home screen app. But Google search is available in so many different places on Android that having this bar in your launcher is almost overkill. On top of that, Google recently changed the logo overlay to a more colorful one that may clash with your home screen theme, so there's plenty of reasons to dislike this feature.
We all know Google's Image Search to be our trusty little companion when it comes to browsing through ideas on the web. Now, Google is adding on "style ideas" to its search feature to help you boost your "style IQ" every time Google catches you snooping through new handbags on the market.
Aside from identifying songs with Shazam and using the "Hey Siri" feature while driving, Apple's personal assistant isn't something I regularly use on my iPhone.
Just days ago, Georgio Armani canceled his live show in Milan and opted to stream it instead due to coronavirus concerns. Now, at the start of Paris Fashion Week — shadowed by similar worries — Burberry has launched an augmented reality tool that lets you view the latest high fashion from the comfort of your home.