You are chatting with a friend who needs help in framing a Google search query that returns more relevant web pages in the search results.
You could go to Google, type the appropriate search keywords and then send him the corresponding Google search URL. You may also want to use TinyURL because long Googlesearch URLs can break when shared via email or through IM messages.
If this is something you do frequently, try Gog.is – it’s a URL shortening service but limited to Google search queries. Just add the keyword after the gog.is domain and that URL will automatically redirect you to the corresponding Google Search Page.
For instance, the short URL http://gog.is/india redirects to the longer Google query string http://www.google.com/search?q=india. For compound search queries, you can use either a comma (,) or a plus sign (+) to separate the keywords – so both gog.is/digital,inspiration and gog.is/digital+inspiration would point to the same search page on Google.