Sometimes basic Google is not enough. It's possible to make more precise searches by using Google's advanced search. There are also special Google search engines like GoogleScholar which is intended for searching scholarly documents.
Suomi.fi -portal is web service of Finnish public administration. The portal contains e-services and forms, information links and news.
AND - Google uses command AND by default -> both words appears in the same page, e.g.export marketing
OR - Combine alternative search terms with the command OR (write the command by capital letters), e.g. megatrends OR trends
NOT - Use the minus sign to eliminate results containing a certain word, e.g. future -climate
Exlude a specific site, e.g. ”Export marketing” -site:theseus.fi
Use filetype to find downloadable files; e.g. "international business" "human resource management" filetype:pdf
If there’s a word in your search query that should stay exactly the way it is (and be given more importance in the query), prefix it with a +, e.g. "customer experience" +research
Use intitle to show only results with a specific word in the title, e.g. intitle:"business strategy"
You can use intitle: multiple times in your query, and combine it with other operators
e.g. (intitle:Finland OR intitle:Sweden) "foreign trade"
You can narrow the search results by date. Use the dropdown in the Tools menu.
You can find more tips, trick and hacks by searching Google searching (tips OR tricks OR hacks)
It is possible that your search doesn't succeed at once. It is important to try different search terms and several ways to combine them.
Ask for help at the library or make an appointment with an information specialist.
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