19. Search for Specific Items.
Google’s searching algorithm is so advanced that you may actually end up acquiring results that are related but unrelated to your goal. In the case of books, movies, or TV shows make sure to put your search query in quotation marks. This will tell Google’s search engine to specify that you are looking for something specific.
18. Emphasize Your Search Queries.
Traditionally, a web search on Google entails simply typing in your keywords and then sifting through the results. However, Google has an advanced algorithm that allows you to manipulate your search with hidden filters. Add the + sign before a word in order to stress importance or add a minus sign in front of a word to completely negate it. Say that you want news about the San Diego Comic-Con in 2018 but don’t want 2017 results, simply type -2017 at the end of your query. Simple!