search term

search term

(information science)
An element of a search or query. A search term is the basic building block of a boolean search or a weighted search. In a search engine a search term is typically a word, phrase, or pattern match expression. For example: cosmonaut or "space travel" or astronaut*

In a database a term is typically the comparison of a column with a constant or with another column. For example: last_name like 'Smith%'
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However, if Google's search algorithm considers results relevant to your search term, there may be more than two listings from the same site.
Google Trend, a public web service that indicates how often a particular search term is entered in relative to the total search volume across different regions in the world, highlights that the terms like "dark web", "what is dark web", "dark websites" and "deep web" were the top search terms in Pakistan during the past week.Google Trend's historic data of past five years shows that hardly any Pakistani searched about these terms since 2013 but after Kasur incident and anchorperson's revelation suddenly curiosity was developed among the masses to know more about dark web.
A staggering finding was that even after accounting for overlap of websites that are relevant with more than one search term, there were at least more than 21 million websites relating to prostate cancer (Table 1).
Encore Duet was updated to add the ability to search directly within a specific publication from the initial results display (as long as the search term exactly matches a publication title).
Avoid this gotcha by engaging in ongoing search term negotiations and testing.
While, Aamir Khan and Katrina starrer "Dhoom 3" was the most popular mobile video search term in the last quarter, ahead of Katrina and Salman, (http://www.vuclip.com/?option=com_content&view=article&id=400) Vuclip said in a release .
Search engine marketing (SEM) deals with the ads that show up when a user enters a search term. Think the yellow box at the top of a Google search page with promoted results.
IF THE SEARCH TERM IS FOUND IN THE SUMMARY, IT WILL BE HIGHLIGHTED.
This effectively tries to autocomplete your search term, potentially saving you from having to type the whole word or phrase.
One "Picking the right search term" lesson is designed to help students use the appropriate terms so they do get the desired result.
Insurance-related keywords result in 24 percent of Google's AdWords revenue, more than any other search term, according to a WordStream study.