What I did do was go directly to Google with that simple search. I've found the CureZone searching to be somewhat limited on two or more terms. Also, quotation marks around a phrase may not mean much.
Removing quotation marks around things, and even stating the actual thing you are looking for, on Google, often brings up some remarkable hits. Even searching the 'Images' option can bring surprising results in some cases.
Aren't some of these sites a hoot in their merchandising efforts?! They have their heads in the sand, I think...their vision is buried in their own concepts of 'business'.
I've found only two sites which understand the value of giving the 'info' away free, and depending on goodwill and the eagerness of happy readers to bring home the bacon.
The value of 'free' and the ensuing discussion is far greater than 'dangling', I find. Besides, the owners of those two sites are far more interested in helping people than 'business'.