Google it Like a Pro : Google Advanced Search Operator

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Google it Like a Pro : 

Google it Like a Pro Helaluzzaman Ayon Co-Founder, Bangladesh Internet Marketing Professionals Association

Google Used to Have a Hard Limit of 32 Keywords : 

Google Used to Have a Hard Limit of 32 Keywords Bet you didn’t know THAT! Source: Google Hacks, p. 19

Capitalization Does NOT Matter : 

Capitalization Does NOT Matter So, the following searches all yield exactly the same results: bangladesh tourist guide Bangladesh Tourist Guide BANGLADESH TOURIST GUIDE BaNgLaDeSh ToUrIsT gUiDe

Stemming and Wildcards : 

Stemming and Wildcards if you search Google for it’s +a * world, Google shows you all of the pages in its database that contain the phrase “it’s a small world” … and “it’s a nano world” … and “it’s a Linux world” … and so on.

The Order of Your Keywords Matters : 

The Order of Your Keywords Matters So, the following searches don’t ensure exactly the same results: Bangladesh Internet Marketing Professionals Association Bangladesh Professionals Association Internet Marketing

Phrase Search : 

Phrase Search Use quotes:“seo service” Use dashes: seo-service

Use the + sign torequire an exact match. : 

Use the + sign torequire an exact match. “seo service” + cheap

Use the - sign to exclude. : 

Use the - sign to exclude. “seo service” - cheap

Combine symbols as often as possible. : 

Combine symbols as often as possible. “seo service” – cheap + effective

AND & OR : 

AND & OR A search for bangladesh internet marketing is the same as searching for bangladesh AND internet AND marketing. Bangladesh internet OR “bangladesh internet marketing professional association” would show you all the pages in Google’s index that contain the word bangladesh AND the word internet OR the phrase bangladesh internet marketing professional association (without the quotes). Source: http://www.google.com/help/basics.html

Three Ways to OR at Google : 

Three Ways to OR at Google Just type OR between keywords Bangladesh internet OR “bangladesh internet marketing professional association” Put your OR statement in parentheses Bangladesh (internet OR “bangladesh internet marketing professional association”) Use the | (“pipe”) character in place of the word OR Bangladesh internet|“bangladesh internet marketing professional association” All three methods yield the exact same results. Source: Google Hacks, p. 3

Advanced Search Operators : 

Advanced Search Operators

Advanced Operators : 

Advanced Operators Query modifiers filetype: intitle: inurl: site: synonyms Alternative query types cache: link: related: info: Other information needs phonebook: stocks: define: Google Calculator weather movies:

filetype:extension : 

filetype:extension filetype: restricts your results to files ending in ".doc" (or .xls, .ppt. etc.), and shows you only files created with the corresponding program. There can be no space between filetype: and the file extension The “dot” in the file extension – .doc – is optional. Source: http://www.google.com/help/faq_filetypes.html

Google’s Official Filetypes : 

Google’s Official Filetypes Adobe Portable Document Format (pdf) Adobe PostScript (ps) Lotus 1-2-3 (wk1, wk2, wk3, wk4, wk5, wki, wks, wku) Lotus WordPro (lwp) MacWrite (mw) Microsoft Excel (xls) Microsoft PowerPoint (ppt) Microsoft Word (doc) Microsoft Works (wks, wps, wdb) Microsoft Write (wri) Rich Text Format (rtf) Shockwave Flash (swf) Text (ans, txt) Source: http://www.google.com/help/faq_filetypes.html

intitle:terms : 

intitle:terms Using intitle: restricts the results to documents containing a particular word in its title. There can be no space between intitle: and the following word. You can also search for phrases. Just put your phrase in quotes. Source: http://www.google.com/help/operators.html

A Quick Question : 

A Quick Question What would happen if I searched forintitle:walt disney (without the quotes?) Google would look for every page with the world walt in its title AND the word disney somewhere in its body. Remember, the quotes are kind of important if you want to search for phrases using intitle:

inurl:term : 

inurl:term Using inurl: restricts the results to documents containing a particular word in its URL. There can be no space between inurl: and the following word. Source: http://www.google.com/help/operators.html

site:domain : 

site:domain Using site: restricts the results to those websites in a domain. There can be no space between site: and the domain. Source: http://www.google.com/help/operators.html

Using site: : 

Using site: You use site: in conjunction with another search term or phrase.pirates site:disney.com You can also use site: to exclude sites.pirates –site:disney.com You can use site: to exclude or include entire domains (and, like with filetype, the dot is optional).pirates –site:compirates site:edu Use an OR search to include or exclude hits from multiple sites or domains.

Synonyms : 

Synonyms Using ~ before a keyword tells Google to search for both that keyword and its synonyms. There can be no space between ~ and the keyword. Source: http://www.google.com/help/operators.html

cache:URL : 

cache:URL Using cache: shows the version of a web page that Google has in its cache. There can be no space between cache: and the URL. You can use cache: in conjunction with a keyword or phrase, but few do. Source: http://www.google.com/help/operators.html

link:URL : 

link:URL Using link: restricts the results to those web pages that have links to the specified URL. There can be no space between link: and the URL. Source: http://www.google.com/help/operators.html

related:URL : 

related:URL Using related: lists web pages that are "similar" to a specified web page. There can be no space between related: and the URL. Source: http://www.google.com/help/operators.html

info:URL : 

info:URL Using info: presents some information that Google has about a particular web page. There can be no space between info: and the URL. Source: http://www.google.com/help/operators.html

phonebook:Data : 

phonebook:Data There are two ways to use Google’s phonebook: Just do a regular search. Use one of Google’s phonebook commands. Phonebook commands [in lowercase]: phonebook: searches the entire Google phonebook. rphonebook: searches residential listings only. bphonebook: searches business listings only. Source: http://www.google.com/help/operators.html

How to Use the Phonebook : 

How to Use the Phonebook first name (or first initial), last name, city (state is optional) first name (or first initial), last name, state first name (or first initial), last name, area code first name (or first initial), last name, zip code phone number, including area code last name, city, state last name, zip code

stocks:Symbol1 Symbol2 : 

stocks:Symbol1 Symbol2 If you begin a query with stocks: Google will treat the rest of the query terms as stock ticker symbols, and will link to a Yahoo finance page showing stock information for those symbols. Go crazy with the spaces – Google ignores them! Source: http://www.google.com/help/operators.html

define:term : 

define:term If you begin a query with define: Google will display definitions for the word or phrase that follows, if definitions are available. You don’t need quotes around your phrases. Source: http://www.google.com/help/features.html#definitions

Google Calculator : 

Google Calculator Simply key in what you'd like Google to compute (like 2+2) and then hit enter. Google’s Calculator can solve math problems involving basic arithmetic, more complicated math, units of measure and conversions, and physical constants. Source: http://www.google.com/help/features.html#calculator

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3+44 56*78 1.21 GW / 88 mph 100 miles in kilometers sine(30 degrees) G*(6e24 kg)/(4000 miles)^2 0x7d3 in roman numerals For instructions on how to use the Google Calculator, see http://www.google.com/help/calculator.html

weather : 

weather Using weather presents the three to four day weather forecast for a particular US city. You don’t need a colon in weather. Source: http://www.google.com/help/operators.html

movie:city and state [or zip]movie:keyword(s) : 

movie:city and state [or zip]movie:keyword(s) Using movie: presents either movie show times in a particular city or information [like reviews] about a particular. There can be a space between movie: and the keywords. Source: http://www.google.com/help/operators.html

Advanced Operators : 

Advanced Operators Query modifiers filetype: intitle: inurl: site: synonyms Alternative query types cache: link: related: info: Other information needs phonebook: stocks: define: Google Calculator weather movies:

Ask Me : 

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