The ability to conduct fast and effective online research is a requirement for many jobs, including marketing, management consulting and market research. This course builds on the PowerSearching with Google course, giving you even more advanced skills (both tactical and strategic) to help you find information in the open web and in high-quality content repositories. **** Here we’ll talk about the full range of advanced operators (such as site: intext: inurl: etc), along with how and when to use them. Your instructor, Daniel Russell, has been on the inside of the Google Search engineering team since 2005. His research on how people use online search tools to find what they seek gets translated into effective tips and tricks everyone should know.
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