Sometimes it’s hard to find what you are looking for online. It can be difficult to find enough information or to find information that is as detailed or as specialized as you need. It may be out there but if you can't nail down the right descriptive words then you may miss your target. Here are some tips for breaking down the barriers and finding the right words for the job.
Search engines try very hard to match results with the way that we naturally speak. It’s called “natural language searching”. Use this to your advantage. Instead of asking a question, phrase your question as if someone is giving you the answer, as in the example below. This is a good technique when you are on a fact finding mission.
Gravitate toward nouns when you are loading up the search box. Nouns are the subjects in our sentences and are the best words to use to describe something to the search engine. If needed, add an adjective or two to be more specific.