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This article outlines part of the process to ensure that your new blog entry ranks well with the major search engines, including Google, Bing and Yahoo. These are all techniques that if you follow carefully will guarantee that your blog entry get to be viewed by as many people as possible. There are
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Google Instant for Image Search
Google Instant is now available for image search results, but only as an experimental feature. After you enable "Instant on Images", Google will start to autocomplete your queries and show image results before you finish entering the query. It's a great way to try different queries and see the results almost instantly.
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If you use Microsoft Outlook, the Search / Query box at the top is a VERY powerful feature that allows you to search your email and tasks very quickly - IF YOU KNOW THE CORRECT SYNTAX. This link is all about "what is the right syntax for the Microsoft Search within Outlook" :)
The following table shows examples of searches you might find useful. The search query syntax, available when the Instant Search (Instant Search: A Search feature that provides search results quickly with word highlighting as you type. The Instant Search pane is always available in Mail, Calendar, Contacts, Tasks, Notes, Folder List, and Journal.) feature is enabled, follows this basic form: keyword:your search criteria value.
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