Updated on 9th May 2013.
We all use Google almost every single day, at least we geeks use it on daily basis . Purpose of search engine is to get exact results from tons of webpages and databases all round the world. But we are not getting most out of those results. If the problem you are searching for is very common or famous, you may get the result that will do the trick. But sometime we have to search for very odd problems which don’t occur frequently and with most of the people on the internet.
Most search engine will fetch you the most viewed or most searched results for particular keywords (words you have used for searching) and that can make you confuse by giving you the lot of options to choose from. Though there are many results, very little of them will have perfect answer for your query. So to avoid this confusion and to save a little of every time you search on Google especially.
Get the most out of ‘G’
Following tips will help you to get exactly or to narrow down the search results to get rid of junk results.
- allinanchor: Your Keywords- This will help you to find your queries within the anchor tags that google suggests.
- allintext: Your Keywords – This will search your queries in whole web pages.
- allintitle: Your Keywords – It searches for titles same as you given in your keywords.
- allinurl: Your Keywords – It searches for all Your Keywords in the URL .
- info:www.google.com – It searches for information related to google.com.
- related:www.google.com – It searches for websites related to google.com.
- link:www.google.com – It searches for web pages that link to google.com
- cache:www.google.com – it searches for all versions of google.com.
- define: web – It searches for definitions related to the word “Web”.
- define:Nasa – it searches for definitions related to the acronym “nasa”