Zoe 1 Question 0 Answers 0 Best Answers 25 Points View Profile0 Zoe Asked: March 8, 20202020-03-08T22:32:42+00:00 2020-03-08T22:32:42+00:00In: EducationHow to do Google search between two words with all possible combinations?0Is there any way to search for various words combinations which comes between two specific words?googlemarket research ShareFacebook 2 AnswersOldestFederico 1 Question 1 Answer 0 Best Answers 60 Points View Profile Federico Level 1 2020-03-08T22:35:54+00:00Added an answer on March 8, 2020 at If you want to search for all possible combinations between two words, AROUND(X) operator would be an ideal solution where X stands for the number of words.If you want to search ‘Pay Research’, the results could be quite overwhelming sometime there would not be any direct link between pay research. Search engines can pick ‘pay’ from a paragraph related to an iPhone while ‘Research’ can be from a totally different paragraph.To reduce the gap between ‘pay’ and ‘research’, we can put a limit on words. For instance, to narrow down the search up to three words, we can write [pay AROUND(3) research]. Now all the results shown would have ‘pay research’ words parted by only up to three words gap. This can refine the search quite substantially and can bring very relevant search results, for instance, ‘pay for research’, ‘pay for market research’ etc.0Reply Share ShareShare on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on LinkedInShare on WhatsAppNkurunungi 0 Questions 1 Answer 0 Best Answers 55 Points View Profile Nkurunungi Level 1 2020-03-09T09:49:56+00:00Added an answer on March 9, 2020 at AROUND() is also good for finding phrases or quotes. For instance, if someone forgets about the exact phrase such as “kill two birds with one stone”, and just remember about birds and stone. Try birds AROUND(4) Stone. 0Reply Share ShareShare on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on LinkedInShare on WhatsAppLeave an answerCancel replyYou must login to add an answer. Username or email* Password* Remember Me! Forgot Password?