The search page works on what is called boolean logic - just a posh term for a very simple thing. Basically the results of your search will vary depending on how you type in the words you want to look for:
If you put a plus sign in front of each word the search will find links that contain all the listed words. If you put a minus sign in front of each word the search will find links that DO NOT contain the listed words.
So, for instance, if you typed in +business +structure you would receive a list of links that contained both words. If you typed in +business -structure you would receive a list of links that contained business but not structure.
If you want to search for a phrase rather than individual words you can enclose the phrase in double quotes. For instance if you type in "business structure" and you would find links that contained the two words next to one another.
Please fill in the short form under the 'Suggest a site' tab. We recommend cutting and pasting the web address (URL) from the recommended site to avoid errors in typing. We will check and verify the site and its content before including it.