Choose your sources carefully. Evaluate them using the key questions of media literacy:
Put quotation marks around words to search for the exact phrase.
Example: "the exact phrase" will give you those three words next to each other instead of all pages containing those three words anywhere in the document.
Skim and scan the first two results pages for as much information as possible before you decide to click on a source. Be strategic in what you decide to read. The first source is not always the best.
Choose the words you use in search boxes purposefully. Your first keywords might not give you the best results. Try different strategies to generate keywords.