When you search on Google, you may find thousands or even millions of matching web pages. The most relevant results are displayed first.
To find more web results, click Next or More Results at the bottom of the search results page.
Search without omitted results
If you reach the end of the results, you may find a message that some entries were omitted. Results are omitted when the entries are similar to those already displayed. This happens when we believe the results beyond the message won’t be much different than the relevant content already shown.
If you'd like to keep searching and see these results, click the link in the message.
Tip: Google generally won’t show more than about 40 pages of results for any search. That’s hundreds of results and usually enough for deep research needs. You can enter a related query to refine your search and learn more.
Get all results for a search
If there aren’t strong matches for your search, you may get a message that your results might not be what you want or that there aren't any great matches for your search.
To get better results, you can either:
- Rewrite your search with different words that are more general or broad.
- Click the All tab to see a broader set of results.