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Here's what you can do…
For any search you perform, you can remove pages from the search results if they contain certain keywords you specify. To do this, all you have to do is add the word to the search box, and place a 'minus' symbol directly before it.
"used Mercedes C280" -parts
Make sure that there is 'no space' between the minus symbol and the word you want removed from the search results. If you put a space in between it won't work.
4. Use the 'OR' Command To Expand Your Search
Sometimes web pages will contain the information you want, but it might not contain the exact phrase you type in. Using our Mercedes example, some people might just refer to it as just 'C280' without using the word Mercedes.
By using Google's 'OR' command you can find web pages containing at least one of the words you choose.
Mercedes OR C280
The above search would return any web page that contains either just the word 'Mercedes' or the word 'c280', or both of them on the same page. To make this work, you must type 'OR' in capital letters.
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