Google Boolean Search Tips

By monique scanlon | Categories: Featured Posts, Tech

Oct 29, 2015, 2:04 pm

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Want to know how to be a master user of Google?

You need to become a master of the Boolean search. I just came across this article on advanced Google search tactics. It’s great.

Here is an example from the article I linked to below.

Boolean Search Best Practices to Keep in Mind:

  1. Group positions together with parenthesis. For example if I want either the Marketing Manager or the VP of Marketing I could enter (“Manager” OR “VP) AND (“Marketing”)
  2. Be sure to use a capital OR for the boolean function to work
  3. Be sure to use a capital AND for the boolean function to work
  4. VP might also be spelled out Vice President, so you may want to add that into your search as well: (“VP” OR “President” OR “Director” OR “Head of” OR “Manager”) AND (“HR” OR “Human”)

Read the rest of the article here
https://www.leadfuze.com/secret-sales-prospecting-riches-master-boolean-search/#

 

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