Try Reordering Your Google Query Terms With Shuffle Search

Did you know that Google’s search results look different depending on how you order your query words?

It’s true! Do a Google search for

hairstyles 1970s “hot rollers” .

Now do a search for

“hot rollers” hairstyles 1970s .

Do you see the difference?

Shuffle Search takes a 2-, 3-, or 4-word query and creates a list of all possible orders for those query words, and then generates clickable Google searches for all of them.

Two words: two possible searches

Three words: six possible searches

Four words: 24 possible searches

(and now you know why the limit is four words: there are 120 possible combinations for a five-word query.)





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