Here are ten basic Web search tricks that will take your Web searches from "meh" to "marvelous". Learn how you can tweak your Web search queries with simple search operators and find what you're really looking for!
One of the most popular search activities is looking up information about someone. About.com shows you how you can do your detective work with a minimum of effort.
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Never pay full price for a movie again! There are a number of websites that provide a fantastic way to catch your favorite multimedia on the Web, anytime you want, in the privacy of your own home. Here are the best free movie websites you can use to find free full length movies online.
If you're looking for background information on someone, the Web can turn up a surprising amount of information. About.com shows you how to conduct a free background check using a variety of online resources, tools, and sites.
Need to find the owner of an email address? Here are a few simple methods you can try to see who that email address belongs to.
Dangerous websites have the potential to do a lot of damage to your computer. Learn how to avoid dangerous websites while Web searching with a few common sense safety tips.
Twitter, a popular micro-blogging platform that boasts millions of users, is a great way to find content that other people are talking about on the Web. Keep reading for seven different ways you can search Twitter for all the best content.
Google, one of the world's most popular search engines, has officially entered the social networking and social bookmarking space with Google+, an interactive, dynamic way to connect with friends and share content. Learn more at About.com.
The Dark Web and the Invisible Web are not the same thing, even though you might have heard them referenced as such in TV shows, movies, or books. Find out the important differences between these two very different terms.