Moderated Re: google

Bob Kennedy

Something else I like to check is the date of the entry. With me, going back much past 3 years isn't very relevant. But I agree, the first page is usually filled up by those paying for SEO placement.
On Friday, October 28, 2022, 03:00:36 PM EDT, Adrian Spratt <adrian@...> wrote:

Then you're missing results from websites that either don't promote themselves as actively as those on the first page or that aren't visited as often. If you're looking for book reviews, the first page of results is typically dominated by Amazon, Goodreads, B&N, and other booksellers. Big name publications, such as the NY Times and the Guardian, are also likely to appear there. Very useful information can be gleaned from results on subsequent pages. It isn't only book reviews.

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Subject: Re: google

I have never bothered to go past the first page of search results. I figure that if what I am looking for isn't in the first page, I need to refine my search.


On 10/28/2022 2:44 PM, Justin Williams wrote:
> How do I go to the next page of results?
> It is as if the next button has disappeared, or the more results
> button does not work.
> Thanks,
> Justin

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