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The ranked results will come from a total match on the words and phrases which you supply, so try to think of specific terms for your topic and spell them correctly.
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Make sure your search terms are spelled correctly. The search engine will attempt to find words that sound similar to your search terms, but it is always best to try to spell the search terms correctly.
Use multiple words
Use multiple words when performing your search. The search results will return more refined results from several words than from a single word. For example, typing "our free service" will return more relevant results than typing only "service".
Use similar words
The more similar words you use in a search, the more relevant results you will get back.
Use appropriate capitalization
Capitalize proper nouns. Lowercase words will match any case. For example, typing "search" will return all documents containing the words search, Search, and SEARCH. However, typing Search will only search for pages containing Search.
Use quotation marks
Use quotation marks to find words which must appear adjacent to each other, for example, "our pledge to you."
Use plus (+) or minus (-)
Use a plus sign when your search term or phrase must appear in the search results. Use a minus sign to indicate undesirable term(s). A phrase must be contained within quotation marks. Leave no spaces between the plus or minus sign and the term.
Use field searches
Field searches allow you to create specific searches for words that appear in a specific part of a document. A field search can be performed on body text (body:), title text (title:), alt text (alt:), meta description (desc:), meta key words (keys:) or URL (url:).
Wildcard searches can expand the number of matches for a particular request. The * character is used as the wildcard character. For instance, searching for wh* will find the words what, why, when, whether, and any other word that starts with wh. Searching for *her* will find the words here, whether, together, gathering, and any other word that contains her anywhere in the word.