I am trying to find the webpage where the author of "Luggage by Kroger" mentioned his sales on Itunes. But all I see at the top are the actual locations to buy the book! I know where to buy the book. And then the search degenerates. I know Google knows where the fricken website is but I am not seeing it.
Google is becoming as useless as teats on a boar, to coin an old Arkansas phrase.
I use a different search engine altogether. I would get so frustrated not being able to find what I'm looking for I quit too shhh, I won't tell
I must agree that since Panda finding just a simple answer has become almost impossible.
Before Panda, the 'ways to refine your search' worked well for me in Google, now I find it more time consuming to search after a search for the information I want.
It use to be, that you found what you were looking for in the top results, now it takes more time to 'dig out' the info. I hope the next update by Google 'whenever' will be an improvement.
Since Panda searching google has become a nightmare. I reckon it's going to take a year or so for it to settle down, hopefully in our favour. In the mean time Bing is working for me, so you could try that.
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