Google is an awesome search engine and leaves Yahoo and Live far behind. Today Google is even better with the introduction of even better search. Google has, in the past few hours, introduced new search capability in that the search term, or terms, is searched within the entire content of a web page and related terms are also returned. For example, if I were to search on “theory of constraints“, relevant results with “quality management’ may also be returned (The Theory of Constraints is a Quality Management process/framework). Another example is if I searched for ‘IT Infrastructure Library’, results for ITIL will also be returned (ITIL is the acronym for IT Infrastructure Library).
Another improvement is that snippets (the bit in blue under the header of the returned search result) may now be longer and the search words are highlighted in bold in the snippet itself making it easier for the searcher to make a decision as to the relevancy of the returned search results.
This new capability is as a result of the efforts by the Israeli/Australian (now living in the U.S.A.) search guru who pioneered the Orion Search Engine, Ori Allon.