How to optimize your searches - Google News

Google News is a search engine optimized for news media. Your queries are structured in the same way as for Web searches. Simply type one or more keywords then click on the Search button. Boolean operators can also be used.

You can also use an advanced search, by clicking on the small arrow icon in the search field:

The different features of Google News Advanced search :
  • All these words- display results containing specific keywords (independently on how the keywords are placed".
  • This exact phrase- you can search for an exact phrase or expression.
  • Date - here you define the a range of dates for your searches or look for news published at a specific point in time.
  • Source- choose the articles published by a specific newspaper or website.
  • Location - limit your searches to specific country or geographical areas.

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Published by deri58. Latest update on October 18, 2016 at 11:50 AM by Jeff.
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