Finding the right content on EpicBeat depends on constructing the right search query. EpicBeat has many search functions that can help you find relevant, precise content that is in line with what you're searching for.


ENTIRE WORD SEARCH


Start your search by entering the term or topic idea that you'd like to research about. You can either enter a single word or a bunch of words that relate to your topic. 




A single space between the words is considered as 'AND'. The search engine assumes that you are looking for all the words that you have entered in the search bar.


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USING BRACKETS


Use brackets if there is a specific term you would like to fix in your search and add conditions around it. 




In this search, EpicBeat assumes that you are looking for content that either contains the term "SEO" or "Search Engine Marketing" along with ONLY ONE of these terms: "tips", "advice" or "techniques".


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USING AND


Attach multiple keywords and phrases that have equal importance by using the AND function. Ensure that you capitalise 'AND'. Using "and" will not render the right results.




In this search, your results will include content that contains either "SEO" or "Search Engine Marketing" along with either "content marketing" and "strategy" in the headline and description. 


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LOOKING FOR A SPECIFIC WORD IN THE TITLE




In this search, your results will include content that contains either "SEO" or "search engine marketing" with the word "guide" in the title.


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EXCLUDING A WORD FROM THE TITLE




In this search, your results will include content that contains either "SEO" or "search engine marketing" with "social media" in the title but will EXCLUDE content that includes "tips" in the title.


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