Step Three - What to do if all else fails?
Give Google on more try. This time, take a step back and realize that the key words you are using just aren't working. It might be the case that different words with the same meaning could fetch the results you need. You should try including these similar words in your search. In Google, you can do this by joining them together with 'OR' where the capitalization is necessary. Omitting the 'OR' will force all the similar words to appear in the results, which is not what you want. Here are some examples:
Try out this method below. Results will open in a new window so that you can refer back to this tutorial.
If that didn't help, it's time to try something other than Google. Surprisingly, Yahoo.
Another recommendation is to try metasearch engine MetaCrawler. A so-called metasearch engine grabs its results from multiple search engines, so you may find some results you couldn't find elsewhere. MetaCrawler pulls its results from Google, Yahoo, MSN Search, Ask Jeeves, About.com, MIVA (formerly FindWhat) and Looksmart.
If neither Yahoo or Metacrawler helped, give Clusty a try. Clusty is a bit different in that it will take your search phrase and automatically suggest various categories that your results might exist in. This can help you narrow down the results.