All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘search operators’

Google’s “+” Search Operator is No More

Google has decided to shut down an old search operator: the “+” operator. Historically, it’s been used when you want to tell Google that you want to include specific words together in a query. Now, they’re taking a different approach. Google search community manager Kelly F says on the company’s help forum (via Search Engine Land): We’ve made the ways …

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Breaking Down Twitter’s New Homepage

On Tuesday, we told you about the launch of Twitter’s new homepage. The revamped design sports a sleek look that is pretty easy on the eye. But, once you get past the pleasing aesthetics, you’ll also see that Twitter has added a search capability and popular topics, which in turn could mean an influx of Twitterers.

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