Tip #3a

Don't waste time with the Shift key. Upper or lower case doesn't matter with Google. "New York" or "new york"  will yield the same results.

Tip #3b

Use spaces to separate words. The common words in, to, of   etc. will be ignored. You don't have to use AND  to indicate that you want both words included - it's done automatically.

There is one major exception to both tips #3a and #3b: the word or . If you use lowercase or  it will be ignored as a common word. For example, dogs or cats  will return dogs & cats , dogs, catsdogs and cats  ... But, if you use the uppercase OR , as in cats OR dogs  you'll get pages on dogs and pages on cats, etc.


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