OK, here's how this works:
There are very few people in the world who think there's a better way of searching than using Google. Those people probably work for Microsoft or one of Google's other search competitors. The rest of us are pretty satisfied with the most dominant search engine in the world.
You might have noticed that if you're at solidsignal.com, you can search within the site. Our search system is optimized for us specifically, and we spent a lot of time teaching it that the word "cable" is different when you say "RG6 cable" than it is when you say "cable television." Still, it's hard to beat Google for pure power, right? So sometimes you might want to search Google for stuff on our site. Luckily it's pretty easy, and this trick works in every single browser too.
Go to Google.com, unless you're using Google as your default search engine, in which case you can use the address bar. Type the thing you want to search for, followed by site:solidsignal.com
and it will only search our site! For example, if you want to look for DIRECTV receivers, type:
DIRECTV receivers site:solidsignal.com
and you'll get a list of the ones you can get from us, plus the top entry will take you to our page full of receivers and DVRs
So you may ask...
why is it that we don't just use Google within our site? Well the answer is simple: Google is free for you to use, but businesses pay a lot for the right to use it within their sites. Rather than passing the cost on to you, we'll just give you this tip and no one needs to pay for anything!