When you’re searching for a specific term on the internet, it can be tricky to find out where to go.
So we asked Google’s Google+ community to help us figure it out.
So how do you find out if your search terms are already indexed?
If you’re not a Google+ member, go to your profile and click on the “My Google+” link.
Click “Add a Google Plus account.”
Now that you’ve added a GooglePlus account, your profile will display the “Google Plus” search bar.
In the top left, click “Add.”
Now scroll down to the “Your search terms” section.
In the left sidebar, click the “Search” button.
This will bring up the “myGoogle+” search box.
Now, click on “Add more.”
Now you’ll be taken to a page that will ask you to provide your search term.
Now you’re presented with a search bar that says, “Your Google+ search terms:” The text below the search box says, “[insert your search phrase].”
Now, you can enter your search in the text box, or you can click on any of the search results in the box to see them all.
Click the “Add” button next to your search.
Now, your search will appear on the Google+ results page.
To search for a new term, just click on a link.
If you want to search for the term again, just hover your mouse over the “back” button to return to the Google results page you were on before.
You can also see your search results on Google+’s search engine index page.
Google+ is Google’s social network, and if you use a Google search to find a topic, it’ll show up there.
To find out more about how Google+ indexes your search queries, click here.