How to Spy on Googleby eHow Internet Editor
When you spy on someone through the search engine Google, you're performing an action known as Google stalking. When you Google stalk a person, you can keep tabs on what they're up to without them knowing you're looking. Use these methods to spy on friends, crushes, enemies and more on Google.
Gather as much information as you can about the person you wish to spy on. At the very least, you'll need his full name. If you can retrieve his address or know the organizations he belongs to, you can use this information as well.
Go to the Google search engine. Put in the name and other additional information you have into the search bar.
Look through the returned results. If the person has a common name, you may have a ton of returned results to sort through. To find the most information out about the person, click on any links to her MySpace page, Facebook account, or personal websites.
Limit the number of results you receive when Google stalking. Many people don't have the time to browse through the hundreds of pages returned during a search. Reduce your results by typing the person's name in parentheses.
- check With a married woman, you'll want to type in both her married and maiden names to get as much info as possible. You may want to try a hyphenated version as well to see if anything comes up.
- check Remember you'll never know what you can come across when spying on a person through Google. You may find out more about the person than you bargained for.
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