XSolutions Consulting Services’ recent article educates business owners on how to conduct Google power searches to find information on the internet. Most people know about Google, but few know how to use it to find detailed business information.
POMONA, NEW YORK (PRWEB) OCTOBER 05, 2012—XSolutions Consulting Services LLC has written an article showing business owners and executives how to use Boolean Logic and Google operators in conjunction with keyword terms to find detailed, specific information.
The article, Google Power Tips For Business Research, defines Boolean Logic and operators, lists Google’s rules for effective searches, discusses advanced search techniques including filters and includes a detailed table of Google Search Operators. The table shows how to use each operator, making it a handy guide for anyone searching the internet.
Although the article was written with business owners and executives in mind, it is a great tool for everyone who wants to find information on the internet.
“Most people enter a few keywords into Google and stop there”, says Joseph Imperato Sr., Managing Partner at XSolutions. “They don’t realize that with a little basic information, they can search the net like pros.”
About XSolutions Consulting Services LLC
XSolutions is a full service IT Company located in Rockland County, New York specializing in providing Managed IT Services, Web Design and Custom Software Development. XSolutions has extensive experience in the installation and maintenance of Microsoft products such as MS Server, MS Small Business Server, and MS Office products. Through their partnership with Microsoft, XSolutions is able to bring clients the latest in high-value software to help them compete in a constantly changing business environment. XSolutions’ range of services include Managed IT Services, Web Design and Hosting, Cloud and Hosted Services, Microsoft SharePoint installations, Backup and Disaster Recovery, Custom Software Development, and general IT Consulting. XSolutions also issues an informative newsletter, The Letter “X”, providing feature articles addressing current computing issues. For more information visit XSolutions’ website or call 845-362-9675.