Search Google or Type a URL (2022 Update)

How to Search for a Specific Word or Phrase in Google

You have probably been in a situation, many times, that when looking for a specific word (e.g., best PDF converters) in the Chrome browser, you received suggestions for various websites, after going to which it turned out that there is so much content that you are not able to find the originally searched phrase at all.

How to Search a Website in Google

When it comes to searching a website, typing a URL is the quickest way, in our case, for example swifdoo.com, not only on the currently displayed page, but searching for all the subpages that this address contains.

Google Autocomplete Predictions

The phrases that appear in Google autocomplete predictions are based on the popularity of the searched words. The auto-complete algorithm works on its own whether you are using Search Google or typing a URL. Sometimes it may happen that after entering the query, the proposed predictions will not appear. This happens when the search term is fairly new, not very popular, or in violation of Google policies.

Voice Search Method

Apart from the mentioned Search Google or type a URL methods. For some time now, it has also been possible to search with your voice. This method is applicable both to mobile devices and computers. To start with, you must first run it on your device. To do this, click the microphone icon in Chrome’s search bar.

In Conclusion

We use Search Google or type a URL methods the most frequently to narrow down the search results. In addition to the advanced search methods in Google, there are also a number of other facilities, such as Image Search, which you can find on the official Google website.

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