(http://searchenginewatch.com/article/2067276/Searches-Per-Day). But, how do you limit the search or get the best results for what you are looking for? Most times users will enable Google Instant. Or, you can use the square brackets [ ] to signal a search query. For examples, if I wanted to search for prune mui you could type [prune] and [mui], this would be two separate queries. Or, you could do [prune mui] as one query. Here are some other tips:
- Phrase search (""): example ["King Kamehameha"]
- Search within a specific website (site:): example [start wars site: staradvertiser.com]
- Terms you want to exclude (-): example [jaguar - cars - football -os]
- Fill in the blanks (*): example [fried * with *]
- Search exactly as is (+): Google uses synonyms automatically, but can be used to match words precisley.
- The OR operator: example [Superbowl 2009 or 2010]