What if I want to 'Search Again' ?
If your initial search didn't return the results you were after, the Search Again bar allows you to search again using different search terms.
To redefine your search, describe what you need with as few terms or words as possible. Bear in mind that since all words are used in your search, each additional word will have a limiting effect on your search results. If you use too many words, this often has the effect of excluding some relevant links from your displayed search results.
It's often better to start with fewer search words, as this has the advantage that if the search results do not display exactly what you need, the results will give you an indication of some additional search words which can be used . Enter these words as part of your search values in the Search Again box to refine your results
For example, you are searching for sites that contain business tax rebate information and your initial search term was government rebate'. The initial search would contain all results relating to government rebates which would include solar energy rebates, fuel rebates as well as tax rebates. It may take some time to search through the results displayed to find the information you want.
You could then refine the results displayed by entering the search words tax rebate in the search again field and your search would find all results relating to taxation rebates. Your search results may also include a specific or common term for a type of rebate you would like to find out more about for example a tax rebate for small business termed the 50% Business Tax Break. In that case you could search again using the term 50% Business Tax Break' to isolate your results to information and links relating to a specific tax rebate area.