Simple searches may consist of merely one word, or, many words.
Each word is separated by a space. For example:
If you type in the word diapers
in the search box and click the GO button with your mouse, you will get
24 results that link to web sites that have the word diapers in them.
Like; "Diapers - Comparing Costs" and "Earth Angels
If you type the word diaper without
the "s" on the end you will get 49 results with such pages as; "Working
Moms' Internet Refuge" , "Diapers and Dentists"
and "Diaper rash" .
Plus, the results include the the 24 links of the diapers
search. So in this case, if you want more choices to browse through,
you want to use diaper without the
on the end.
On the other hand, if you only want a few answers then you would type
Now we only get 7 responses like; "The Changing Table", "Bareware
Baby Accessories" and "Elfwraps Babywear" so you narrow
the search by using more keywords.
Finally, If you type in diapers paper
you get an article like "Diapers - Comparing Costs"
So you see, the fewer words you use the more returns you
The more words you use the fewer returns you get. You
are narrowing the search.
If one word doesn't work, try something else, experiment,