||1.Search for ideas and concepts
instead of just keywords, using more than one word in your search. Magellan
uses Intelligent Concept Extraction (ICE) to find relationships that exist
between words and ideas, so the results of a search will contain words
related to the concepts you're searching for.
||2.Magellan's search results
are sorted by relevance. The results nearest the top will usually be the
||3.Use Magellan's Find Similar
link. If you find that one of the many returned results better describes
what you are searching for, click on the words "Find Similar" next to the
URL. Our search engine will then use that document as an example in a new
search, to find more sites similar to the one you liked.
||4.Use more descriptive, specific
words as opposed to general ones. For example, a search for "Lamborghini"
will return much more specific results than a search for "sports cars."
||5.Try an Advanced Search. Use
the "+" (plus) sign for words that your results MUST contain. Or use the
"-" (minus) sign in your query to tell the search engine that your results
should NOT contain a certain word.When using these options, do not leave
any space between the sign and the word.