Posts Tagged ‘google operands’
Posted by Renee Schmidt

We’ve been using a bunch of “Google operands,” (fancy term for Google search shortcuts), that help us find what we’re looking for, when we Google, and we’d like to share 5 tips with you, to make your life a little easier:

Google has indexed a massive part of the internet. In 2008, it reportedly indexed its 1 trillionth unique URL! The insane part is that despite all of this indexing, many people estimate “Google coverage” to be only “in a few percent range”, of the total. In this day and age; the amount of online data is already so large and growing at such a fast rate, that it’s become literally impossible to measure.

 
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