Many of us know about the use of the asterisk * to find phrases on Google. The asterisk stands for one (or sometimes a few) words. Here is an example. On Google, search for
to find Senior Marketing Managers, Partner Development Managers, and others on LinkedIn.
Did you know that you can also use the asterisk to control what Google displays – and perhaps save a few click-throughs by telling it to display the info of interest on the results page?
Try this (and better yet, select the “page previews” available under the “options” along with it)
Or, try this:
“My password is * * *”
(no, just kidding).