Another Quick Research Tip
Have you ever been to a site that has tons of great content, but no search function?
Don’t worry. Google’s search engine can help.
Here’s what I mean:
Let say you’re researching AWAI’s site because you’re going to write a sales letter on copywriting…
And for the moment, let’s assume AWAI’s site doesn’t have a search function that allows you to search the thousands of articles that have been archived.
This is what you do:
Step 1: Go to Google.
Step 2: In the search box, type in “copywriting site:www.awai.com” (without the quotation marks.
Step 3: Browse the results and find what you need.
It really is that simple. When you do a search in that format, “keyword site: www.anysite.com” Google gives you every page where that search term appears on that particular website.
So next time you’re researching, give this tip a shot. It’ll save you hours of research time.
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