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Have You Ever Face Any problem With making a Google Search? Like You Didn’t Get the Desired result or Solution of Your Problem.
This Google Power user guide will Show you how to Use Google Like a Pro.
Google Also Have Some Search Operators or you can say Google search parameters Which makes it Perfect for People Who Use These Search Operator. Daily Google User Didn’t face Any problem is usual Searches, but If You’re a Blogger and Entrepreneur you Probably Face Many Mismatch Result in Your Google Result.
So, We uses Google Search Operators To Make our Search Relevant and Highly Focused.
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Full List of Google search operators
|“word”||Search exact “Word”|
|-word||exclude a “word”|
|site:wikihow.com||Seach Within a Site|
|Related:||Show Related Links|
|allintext:||Search for Words in text|
|allintitle:||Search for Words in Title|
|allinurl:||Search for Words in URL|
|location:||Find in particular location|
|FileType:||Search Particular File Type|
|$300..$500||Search No. Range|
|*||find the missing word in a phrase|
|+||immediately before query|
|allinpostauthor:||Post Written by specific Author|
|allinanchor:||Find anchor text|
|link:||Find link to a domain|
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Table of Contents
- 1 Google Search Operators / parameters
- 1.1 Search Exact Phrases
- 1.2 Exclude a word
- 1.3 Search Within a Site
- 1.4 Search Similar
- 1.5 Search for Words in text
- 1.6 Search for Words in Title
- 1.7 Search for Words in URL
- 1.8 Find anything Related to a particular Location
- 1.9 Search for particular FileType
- 1.10 Search for Number Range
- 1.11 Blank
- 1.12 either word
Google Search Operators / parameters
Know More about search operators:
Follow Below Search Operators and get your desired search result.
Search Exact Phrases
Didn’t Get the Desired Word in Your Google Search Result, Try To Use this Operator for Exact Search for Phrases.
Just Add a Quotation Marks for your Desired/ Focused Keyword and Get Best Result Which Contains that Keyword:
Search “Best SEO Guide” + “2018” instead of Best SEO Guide for 2018.
For Best Use:
Try To Use + Sign to Join To Words or Phrases. Here’s An Tip:
Above Picture Showing How We can Use Exact word for blogging.
Exclude a word
Didn’t Want to saw a Particular Word in your Search Result? Try This Parameters to Exclude a word from Your Search Result.
If You Want to Know What is Blogging but Google Shows You Blogging Guide for Each search Try ‘Blogging -guide’ This Will remove guide word from your search result.
Search Within a Site
Want to Search a special article from a known website. Use Site: operator to Get best Result.
Want to a Search SEO related article from wikihow, Just Search ‘SEO guide site:wikihow.com‘.
This will show you only wikihow.com link in search result which contain keyword – ‘SEO guide’ .
Want to Read More Articles Similar to your Favorite Article or Websites Similar to Your Favorite Website. Use Related: Parameters just before your keyword or Site URL.
Want To find websites similar to LinkedIn just Try This in Search ‘Related:linkedin.com’ or to find article Similar to your favorite article just search ‘related:Yourkeyword‘
Search for Words in text
‘allintext:’ operator find pages where all terms appear in the text.
If you want to Search an Essay a Google Just search ‘Allintext: Essay keyword’.
This will find all Pages which Contain your essay keywords in text only.
for Further Modification us intext: Operator.
using Intext:keyword will find pages where keyword appears once in page and than elsewhere such as Title and URL.
Search for Words in Title
If You Want to Find an Article Which contain exact phrases in Title than must use allintitle: operator.
Search ‘allintitle:Thor Ragnarok ending explained’ will find exact article whose title contain ‘Thor Ragnarok ending explained’.
For Further Modification Use intitle:
Search for Words in URL
Use allinurl: operator to find exact keyword in Site URL.
Search ‘Allinurl:submit guest post’ will find all pages whose url contain submit guest post.
Find anything Related to a particular Location
Want to search something related to a specific location. Use Location: parameters.
Search SEO Auditor location:new york instead of SEO auditor new york.
This will make your search location specific.
Search for particular FileType
Want to search a particular file type using Google Search? Use FileType:Suffix operator.
Search annual report 2014 filetype:pdf get all pdf related to your keyword.
Search for Number Range
Separate numbers by two periods to see results that contain numbers in the given range.
Best Dslr $300..$500 will search all result which contain no. between 300 to 500.
An asterisk works as a wildcard and helps you find the missing word in a phrase.
There is a *That Never goes*
if you want to find pages with one of several words, use a capitalized OR. Without OR, results would show pages that include all the terms.
Olympics 2012 OR 2016 Will Find Pages which Contain info About Olympic 2012 and 2016.
Google Search operator Increase you Power to Use google, it will make you a Google Power User.
You Can Search everything on Google Using Google Search Operators.