Limit the junk. Restrict your results. Here's how:
- When searching via Google, restrict the top-level domain to .gov and .edu. Domains ending in .com are usually associated with marketing, and domains ending in .org often advocate a single position.
- In Google, search for a top-level domain by adding, to the end of your keyword search, the term site: followed by the top-level domain.
- Example: For a search of U.S. government sites on the topic of video games and their relation to children, enter the following:
video games children site:.gov
- Search boxes restricted to .edu and .gov sites are included on this page; you may want to start with them. For a more detailed way to perform a domain search, try Google Advanced Search.