Selecting the type of query

You can specify the type of your query by selecting it from the drop-down list:
Search


The different options are:

the word(s) (Default)

This option tells TurboStart not to perform any optimizations before starting your search. It displays the default search results that are returned by the search engines.

all the words

This option tells Turbo Start to add a + (plus) sign before each word before sending the query to the search engines. The search results that are returned will contain all the words in your query.


the phrase

This option tells Turbo Start to enclose your query in " (double-quotes) before sending the query to the search engines. The search results that are returned will contain the exact phrase in your query.


the substring(s)

This option tells Turbo Start to add an * (asterisk) mark after each word in your query before sending it to the search engines. This will perform a wildcard search returning all words that start with your query.


using Boolean AND

This option tells TurboStart to insert the AND operator between all your search keywords. The search results that are returned will contain all the words in your query. In most search engnines, this is similar to the "all the words" option mentioned above.


using Boolean OR

This option tells TurboStart to insert the OR operator between all your search keywords. The search results that are returned will contain any of the words in your query. In most search engnines, this is similar to the "the word(s)" option mentioned above.