It is proper netiquette to search for what you expect to find. Don't think there is a perfect page.
Published on May 16, 2015 | 0:22 Seconds | Science and Technology
There is a difference between user expectations on data and search engine algorithm expectations. Searching for what you expect to find includes pages with only part of the information you are looking for. Many pages do not satisfy search parameters completely.
Published on October 20, 2012 | 1:30 Minutes | Science and Technology
Searching for the parts of the information you would expect to find on a web page is how to match your expectations with your search results. You have to be realistic and look for the perfect page.
Look for what is expected because data unrelated to the search is usually on a page.