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(Covering the invisible web)
The trick is to
create a phrase that it's likely someone has already written and
published on the Web. If you do that, and enclose the phrase in
double quotes, it's a slam-dunk for most search engines to find a
matching document that'll have exactly the answer you're looking
It's easy to do. Just change any question into an answer and leave the keyword you're searching for as the "blank" part of the query. Here are some examples.
Change "Who is the current president of of Kyrgyzstan?" into "The current president of Kyrgyzstan is"
Change "How does a nuclear power plant work?" to "A nuclear power plant works by"
Change "When did Magellan circumnavigate the globe?" to "Magellan circumnavigated the globe in"
|~S~ Fravia, September 2000|
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