Google improves search for specific phrases with quotes

To search Google for pages related to a specific phrase or word, users can add quotation marks. For example, enter [“wireless phone charger”], and the search engine will only show pages that contain that phrase. The official Google Blog announced Thursday that it has improved search results for specific phrases with quotes: Show snippets of specific phrases on search results pages, making it easier for users to locate the phrase; desktop search results will also bold the specific phrase .

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