Research Tips 2015
By JaysonSauer / filmsforaction.org
Apr 7, 2015

If you have a question in your mind and what to look for an answer online, here are some tips that will be helpful in finding accurate answers to your questions.

So, let’s move on to the first point.

 

Exact question

While searching for answers, we try to post keywords related to our questions to find answers. However, there are millions like you who have same or similar questions in their mind. So, try posting your exact question as a search term. If it is a basic question, you are bound to find accurate answers for the same.

If you do not find the exact question in the search box suggestions, look for one that is similar to your term and is phrased in a different way.

 

Rephrase your questions

If you couldn’t find an answer to your question using the above method, rephrase your question. So, if your question is, “What are the different ways to cook food?” rephrase it as – “In how many ways can we cook food?”

Check whether it helps you get any closer or not.

If it helps, great!

If not, move on to the next idea.

 

Google

Google is the search engine giant, and if you cannot find it on Google, you will hardly find an answer to the same on any other search engine.

While Bing is accurate and is spot on with its results, Google has a bigger database and pricey database research tools that will help you find answers to almost every question that pops in your mind.

So, Google should be your first choice.

 

Google Books

There are a number of questions for which you might not find an answer by simply typing a search team on Google’s search engine. However, you might find an answer to the question by detailing your questions in Google Books. You have the ability to search for phrases within Google Books. So, use that option to accelerate your search.

Don’t worry about the cost factor because most of the books in their digital database are fully readable. However, you cannot download them. So, look for your answers and move on.

 

Page six and seven

Well, most of us look for answers on the first or the second page and change our search terms to find quick answers. But wait!

Don’t stop at page one or two, move on to at least page six and seven. Looking deep in for your search term, the possibility of finding an accurate answer is high.

 

Similar Pages

While looking for an answer, you are bound to find pages with similar content. Don’t skip them because you THINK that they are exactly the same. No! If the content were exactly same, you wouldn’t find them in order. So, don’t disregard them. Read them and check whether you find your answer or not.

 

Apart from this, if you want to know more about something specific, you should look for books and CDs that can help you expand your knowledge base about it. You can find such books and CDs listed online. For these books, you can find coupon codes at chameleonjohn.com.

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