Name of the site: www.googleguide.com
One of the most popular search engines undoubtedly is google, so much so that the word searching is now being replaced by the word “googling” in day to day conversations. But, many of use would not have used the search engines capabilities fully, largely because we may not be aware of its strengths. But now, we have an option to know and understand how google works and also how we can use its capabilities to our advantage. Searching can be made easier and focused using these search capabilities.
You can find the guide to google at http://www.googleguide.com/
It’s an online tutorial where one can find and learn details about googling. In this guide, you can learn
How to place your query to search more effectively
What happens inside google engine once you click the word “go” meaning how google is going to interpret your search
The additional details available with our search results like cache, similar pages, sponsored links etc
What to do if we are not satisfied with our results
How to search locally and how to use synonym search / domain specific search
- And how actually google search engine works and what is the process of any search engines and the related terminology like crawler, robot etc.
It has a neat interface with options to jump to which ever part we want to go. So, if you are finished one chapter and next day you can jump start from next chapter from the home page itself. Also, option is there to choose novice or experienced user according to your understanding of the search engine.
Conclusion: A highly recommended site for all to fasten their search and get focused results and also to know how and what many unknown features are available in google search. Of course, one can get some of the details from google’s advance search tips page; this site provides elaborate details and is like a tutorial which one can refer when ever he is in doubt. You have an option to print the complete guide or only those parts which you feel are important. The tutorial is available in Hebrew and Danish languages also.