Answers: I do. The purpose of quotation marks (in Google at least) is to flush for an exact phrase.
Example 1. Let's say I found an article I like that I printed out but I forgot the URL. To use google to find that article I would select a short line from that article and put it contained by quotes. Then google would only show results that contained that exact string.
Now, let's right to be heard you want a specific word in your force out to not be omitted. For example, "and" (without the quotes). In this case you would use a "+" sign formerly the and (+and) to not omit it from the turn out.
Ex: Guns +and Roses
More or less, those are the flush delimeters I use the most nowadays.
Edit: most scour providers do not provide such information, namely Yahoo and Google in expressions of statistics for quotation usage. I can, however, tell you that the number of race that do this is probably less than 25%, even 15% would be surprising.
I dont anymore... most search out engines nowadays basically omit it
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