The Rule of Three In Search

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It is like mushroom gathering. If you see a few mushrooms, you would look around for more. (It was a favorite family vacation activity when I was a child).

If a web page has (about) three values of the same kind – for example, company names or email addresses – it will likely have more.

There are two ways to exploit this idea.

Research

If you are looking for a product (of any kind) and know some product names, put 3 (or 2-4) of them in a search string to find pages with lists of those products. For example, if

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