If you want to search for several terms, these are often entered intuitively, as if in a coherent sentence. Google is constantly learning, but to get better results you should refine your search a bit, otherwise the search results list may not contain all the terms.
The probability of this naturally increases with the number of terms searched for.
Enter a “+” between all the terms that should be included in the search.
Example: Hans + Müller + Hamburg + architect
The problem that will occur with the above search is, however, that our “Hans Müller” may be here is not found contiguous.
For this, it is advisable to combine several signs in your search:
Example: “Hans Müller” + Hamburg + architect
That way, by changing the signs, you can also better tailor your search. You can also exclude terms when searching with a minus (-) sign.
Example: “Hans Müller” + Hamburg – architect
In the above search, Hans Müller (related) + Hamburg (included in the article) – Architect (would not be included in the results) would appear.
In this way, you can sign and combine terms as you like.