Last time I searched Google for a specific result, it was clear to me that I have become fairly effective at querying the things I am interested in. But what about this act of typing things into our phone, that is so “sophisticated”?
Think to the last time you searched Google.
Are you aware that based on your location you received some near-you specific results?
Now think how you might be able to use this to your advantage.
How can you trick the learning machine into displaying the results that you want?
There is no doubt that people are becoming more and more reliant on exact search results that solve the problem, with as little information or effort as possible.
So how can you master this?
Instead of thinking what it is that you are looking for on Google, think about how you might be able to find that using the search bar in pair with your location to find the result faster and more effectively.