Easy Tricks to Do Web Research Quickly in Short Interval

Easy Tricks to Do Web Research Quickly in Short Interval

What would you do if you are left alone in a desert? The situation would be worse than ever if you have no idea of whereabouts. But you can degrade such complexities. How? Well, you hold the pan world in your fist. Don’t believe! The power of internet can let you look at the exact location where you are. It’s the boon of technology that enables research on the infinite world of web.

Let’s make a switch to professional aspect of web research. As it’s a fact that time is scarce in comparison to our aspirations. It flies with its own velocity. Web research is a tedious job. But with pure brainstorming, you can sprinkle interest, comfort and quickness to your online data research.

Let’s say, you are supposed to research the email ids of various doctors in Australia on web. You have to segregate the target location, like Queensland, Canberra, Gold Coast and Brisbane etc., for mining that data in Australia. While doing so, you may have to recall the browsed website many –a-times. What would you do then? Your obvious reply would include searching the relevant website, typing its url and waiting for the page to download again.

Aren’t these steps so boring? Wanna try some smart tricks to simplify online research work? Catch on these tricks:

  1. Bookmark for quick research: Bookmarking is the simplest & fabulous trick to recall a particular link for web research. You need not drill your head every time to recount the previously browsed webpage. Rather, just bookmark the site which has some valuable stock of information. How can you bookmark?

Let I share the secret of most of the web researcher’s success in these steps of applying bookmarking:

  • Access that valuable webpage. It’s required for just once in a while for a link.
  • Press Ctrl+ D (Windows) or Cmd+D (Mac). A small window will pop upright with the title ‘Bookmark’.
  • Click ‘Edit’ button. You would view this window. What you need to do is to edit the name that you can recognize to click on. The url will be automatically be added.
  • Push the ‘save’ button. And it’s done.
  • Later, just click on the bookmarked name appearing just below the search bar in Google Chrome.
  1. Uninstall non-essential Chrome add-ons: Some technical errors lead to downtime. It proves the biggest barrier in the best web research online. To know more about ‘downtime’, click here.

Consequently, the users face off lags in browsing.  Do you know that unnecessary add-ons can also return slow browsing experience at times? Yes, it’s the technical fact. For ending this problem,

  • Un-install the unessential Chrome add-ons.
  • Go to browser’s shortcut & click.
  • Alternatively, you can access this url to restart chrome: chrome: // restart.
  1. Through relevant ads: Have you noticed the ads while exploring the web? Don’t several questions pop in your mind while watching the ads? They reflect what we explored online earlier.

Don’t be so surprised. Google’s bot keep eyes on our every research. Subsequently, an information graph of each one is generated internally. Are you wondering which kind of information does it track?

Well, its tracking is pretty much equal to the website analytics. On the basis of research, it assumes your age, demography and behavior. Then, it aligns online ads for digital marketing with which you can relate your area of interest.   

You can activate “Ads Personalization across the Web” & Ads Personalization on Google Search” via this url: www.google.com/settings/ads.  As a repercussion, you will be able to catch on substantial research result that would be consistent to your niche.  

  1. Through history of youtube: Like Google, YouTube has some interim settings to track every query that you put in the search bar. You can witness the truth in my saying by typing the previously explored query. It catches the research history to store in its cache. And when we go for research, the first keyword to search pops in the dropdown list of the search bar.  For re-launching the previously searched data, you can go to:  youtube.com/feed/history. It would add pace to your research for sure.