6/13/2014

Google Search Operator for Filter Search Results

Google Search Operator for Filter Search Results


M-Blogger ID - As a blogger cyberspace almost second nature can be said for our daily lives. Just as the real world there are so many choices in the virtual world. It is unfortunate if a blogger's ability to track information using Google only limited ability of ordinary people.

Google itself is a giant in cyberspace with all systems octopus, ranging from a gmail email account, website video youtube, android, Google Chrome, and many other business sectors from Google. But of course the biggest and most functional still is Google Search. Google search can help you find anything that is not protected in cyberspace.

It's just that you must already know that there are trillions of information in cyberspace, while the first page of Google can only contain a maximum of 10 results. So you need to learn how to get the best results. So this time I will share how to find what kind of information you want from the virtual world using Google search operators.

Google Search Operators ", .., -, ~, |, OR, and *


Google Plans Double Quotes "

This operator is used if you want to get results that exactly the same arrangement with the phrase you entered. If you do not use the operator in double quotes, then Google will serve the results where the key word is not composed but scattered.

Click the following examples and note the key words in bold in the search results:
With quotes: "SeaFood Recipe"
Without the quotation marks: SeaFood Recipe


Google Plans Multiple Signs Point ..

This operator is used if you want to find the results in the form of a data range. Suppose you want to look for the Google data about the war from 1800 to 1900, then enter the war in 1800..1900.

Google Alerts Operator Less -

This operator is used if you want to eliminate a word or a few words from your search results. Suppose you're looking for a cure for kidney, then you will be inundated with traditional drug promotion page. If that's not what you are looking for then you have to get rid of the traditional words, herbs, and natural search results. To do that please type -traditional -herbal -natural.

Google Alerts Operator Equivalent ~

This operator is used if you want search results that are broad. Suppose you're looking for a word tea warm, but also want to google search for words similar to the warm words, the type of tea ~warm.You will notice that I also serve hot tea in the word in the search results.

Google Operators * Star Signs

Used as a carrier of free cards. You wonder what it means? Like this; If you type Bank * opening the job. Then Google will show results starting with the Bank, then inserted certain words or phrases, and ends with a job opening.

Google Operators OR or |

Google that one operator is used as a filter search results for the keyword optional. For example, you type meatball OR patties, then the search results will show only pages containing meatballs or patties only. There will be no results that contain both in one page.

Google Search Operator site:URL


This operator is used if you want to show ALL PAGES of a particular site that are in the Google index. The page is protected by robots certainly would not be aired in the search results. Examples of its use is as the following example: site:www.m-blogger.web.id.

Google Search Operators inanchor and allinanch or allinanchor


This operator is used if you want Google to restrict the results of a specific search based on anchor text toward the page. For example if you type allinanchor: learn seo free, then Google will display results that the anchor text of the link to the page containing the word learning, seo, and free. That means you can track who is currently optimizing the keywords you're trying to master. It is one method to identify your competitors.

Note: Use inanchor if only one word you are looking for, and use allinanchor for more than one word.

Google Search Operator inurl and allinurl


This operator is used if you want Google to restrict search results to pages containing that keyword in the URL. Unlike the site: inurl or allinurl function is not limited to a single domain. So what are the domains that have a page with URL structure containing those keywords will be displayed. For example, you type: inurl:recipe.

Search Operators Google cache:


This operator is used if you want to see the view from a particular URL in the Google cache. Try typing cache:www.m-blogger.web.id, then you will see this blog in the Google cache version. At the top of the display there will be a bar that shows when Googlebot last visit to that page.

Google Search Operators define:


This operator is used if you want to look up the definition of a word. Google will display the pages of the virtual world which explains the query you entered. For example, you type in define:SEO, then Google will serve pages that explain the definition of SEO.

Google Search Operators filetype:


If that is what you use to find search resultsl imited to certain file types. Suppose you want to find an online business guide in PDF or DOC models, then you can type in online business filetype:pdf. You can also combine this function with the OR function described earlier, so you can type in online business filetype:pdf OR filetype:doc.

Google Search Operators info:


You can use this service to get some information on a blog. Just type format info:url then the information on the URL will be displayed by Google. Example: info:www.m-blogger.web.id.

Google Search Operators link:


You can use this operator to observe some of the link to a web page. Obviously if you use the regular way then only a few seeds only link that will be displayed by the operator function. All that because of Google's system nutshell. Example: link:www.m-blogger.web.id.

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