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25 astuces pour la recherche sur Google

25 astuces pour la recherche sur Google

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10 Search Engines to Explore the Invisible Web No, it’s not Spiderman’s latest web slinging tool but something that’s more real world. Like the World Wide Web. The Invisible Web refers to the part of the WWW that’s not indexed by the search engines. Most of us think that that search powerhouses like Google and Bing are like the Great Oracle”¦they see everything. Unfortunately, they can’t because they aren’t divine at all; they are just web spiders who index pages by following one hyperlink after the other. But there are some places where a spider cannot enter.

Deep Web Research Tools This list offers some tips and tools to help you get the most out of your Internet searches. Semantic Search Tools and Databases Semantic search tools depend on replicating the way the human brain thinks and categorizes information to ensure more relevant searches. Give some of these semantic tools and databases a try. Zotero. Firefox users will like this add-on that helps you organize your research material by collecting, managing, and citing any references from Internet research.Freebase. My 15 Favorite SEO Tools By Reid Bandremer / June 8, 2015 Search Engine Optimization I never get tired of saying it – I love me a good free tool. This article is dedicated to the best – those free SEO tools that I use frequently and give me that warm, fuzzy feeling. It’s nice to have a huge arsenal, but it can be more powerful to wield a few powerful weapons expertly, so I’ve included some links and tips on how to make these tools work harder for you.

Google’s New Inactive Account Manager Gives You Control Over Your Digital Afterlife What will happen to your Gmail, YouTube, Google Drive and Google+ accounts after you die? That’s probably not something you really want to think about, but as more and more of our data now lives online, that’s sadly a question that comes up with some regularity. Today, Google is launching its Inactive Account Manager on the Google Account settings page, which sets out to set up a system that allows you to tell Google “what you want done with your digital assets when you die or can no longer use your account.” With the Inactive Account Manager, you can set up a very straightforward procedure for what should happen to your data after your account becomes inactive “for any reason.” First, you set up a timeout period (three, six, nine or twelve months of inactivity).

Google+ : Strategic Blunder inShare5 Why not start the new year by giving you a glimpse at the future of Social Networks and show why Google is best positioned to own that future. Social networks have been mostly driven by Zuckerberg's "Social Utility" vision and that is certainly the core of Google's vision. Even Dalton Caldwell who made a big splash last year, is perpetuating the fallacy that there is such a thing as a "social utility" and he even got kickstarted for it. Why will the vision of a Social Utility disappear?

Google’s Search Filters Now Update Dynamically Based On Your Queries Nope, it’s not just you. Google recently changed the top menu on its search result pages so that it will dynamically adjust based on the topic of your current query, the company tells us. The “More” drop-down menu where options like “Blogs,” “Discussions,” “Patents,” and others were once found, has been replaced by a truncated list of search filters. Meanwhile, the bar at the top that lets you filter by “Web,” “News,” “Images,” “Books,” “Maps,” etc., will also now update based on your queries. This is a minor, but still notable, change impacting Google users who may have previously relied on that “More” menu to better filter their search results.

Awesome Visual Featuring 13 Important Google Search Tips for Students February 7, 2015 Here is a new interesting visual on Google search tips that I want to bring to your attention. The visual features 13 practical features that would allow students to conduct smart and time-saving searches on Google. We have already covered these and several other tips in previous posts here in this blog, but it would not hurt to remind our students of the rules of Google’s search game. The tips featured in this visual include: How to define a word How to search for words in the same orderHow to exclude certain wordsHow to search within a range of priceshow to search within a websiteFill in the blanksSearch by file typeHow to set a timerDo mathHow to convert currencyHow to find a GIFHow to search by title

How to Rank for a Keyword in 10 Steps The view from the top ain't bad Got your sights on a keyword? Want to see your website on the elusive first page of Google for a given search term? Prepare yourself: Unless you’re Wikipedia or The New York Times, it won’t be easy. Plan your digital afterlife with Inactive Account Manager Posted by Andreas Tuerk, Product Manager Not many of us like thinking about death — especially our own. But making plans for what happens after you’re gone is really important for the people you leave behind. So today, we’re launching a new feature that makes it easy to tell Google what you want done with your digital assets when you die or can no longer use your account.

Ten ways to maximize your Google Drive Google Drive has many options and features you might not be aware of. Here are ten tips to ensure you're getting the best mileage out of it. Back in December I wrote an article to help users "Get started using Google Drive for document sharing." This covered the basics of using Google Drive to share and edit files with others. Get Exactly What You Asked For On Google Using These Tips We’ve all been there. You type in an exact, specific, and seemingly perfect search term into Google hoping to get answers to your query only for the search engine to return nothing. Or rather, with everything. How are we supposed to find exactly what we want if there are millions of results for every little word or phrase we search?

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The Step-by-Step Guide on Improving Your Google Rankings Without Getting Penalized Everyone wants to achieve better search rankings. That’s because organic search traffic is a proven driver of business growth. The only trouble is, SEO keeps changing, and no-one wants a penalty because of doing the wrong thing. Google has been rolling out updates, ranging from Panda to Penguin to Google EMDs (exact match domain names) and just recently, the (PBN) Private Blog Network deindexing updates. If you’re concerned about getting targeted traffic without incurring penalties, then this article is for you.

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