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Nice Tips for Google Search Engine

In the current time computer and internet helps to everyone
in their daily routine. Thousand of people take help from search engine for
getting knowledge from internet per day. Mostly people use Google one of the
biggest search engine in the internet. As a Google user, you must aware about
the speed and accuracy of Google Search. How exactly Google search for the
particular word and give the right results in the front of the user. No doubt
Google is one of the most powerful search engines, and there is millions of
site on the internet so it’s very difficult to find out the exact result among
these millions of site. People could also get better results simply by
improving their search techniques.


a single word:
Enter a particular single word according to your topic
then press enter, after few seconds thousand of results displayed and gives the
relevant information. 

more than one keyword at same time:
Whenever you search for more than
one keyword at a time, Google will also display number of results. The page you
get will have all the words in any order; they may or may not be near to each
other. For example: XML Java “web services”. 

for multiple words:
If you enter multiple keywords then Google will
try to display that page which contains all multiple words. Google will search
for all the words. If you want to specify that either word is acceptable, you
put an OR between each item

example: XML OR JAVA OR “web services”. 

quotation marks:
If you are searching for a specific phase a name or
if there is a sentence that you associate with the page you seek. If you search
for say [Alex Roderick] then as a result Google will Show the result of firstly
Alex and then Roderick. And it takes little time to find out the data from
millions of web sites, because it takes Alex Roderick as two different
searchable words. But if you enter the name of Alex Roderick with quotation
mark (“ ”) then Google display the whole information about the Alex Roderick
for this it takes less time for display the whole information. So it’s good to
use the quotes during the search when there is stop and pause in our keywords.
There are some words which are ignored by the Google, because they are too
common. They include: a, about, are, at, by, from, I, in, of, how, la, that,
the, this, to, will, who, what, where, and when. If you search for the group
[the smiths] then Google will ignore “the,” the stop word, so it is better to
search with the helps of quotation like [”the smiths”]. 

combine search:
This query searches for the word “Java” or phrase “Web
Services” along with the word “XML.” A stand-in for OR borrowed from the
computer programming realm is the | (pipe) character, as in For Example: XML
(JAVA | “web services”). 

the + Sign:
If you search on multiple words and one word which is too
important and you want to see the result of that particular words and have some
fear can Google include your particular word during search then there is a way
to sure that Google include a particular world in the search for this you just
put a + sign in front of the particular word then Google must include your
particular word in its search and display the result in front of you. Like:
word1 +word2 (then Google must concentrate on word2). 

the – sign:
If you use + sign to add a particular word in the search
result then we also use – sign to take one away the word. If you want to
specify that a query item must not appear in your results, use a -. (Minus sign
or dash).

example: word1 – word2 (Google automatically ignore word2 during the search) .

doesn’t matter:
Google doesn’t care whether you type your keyword in
upper case or lower case it just gives you the result according to your

the Operators:
In addition to the basic AND, OR, and quoted strings,
Google offers some rather extensive special syntax for honing your searches.
Google being a full-text search engine, it indexes entire web pages instead of
just titles and descriptions. Additional commands, called special syntaxes, let
Google users search specific parts of web pages or specific types of
information. Specifying that your query words must appear only in the title or
URL of a returned web page is a great way to have your results get very
specific without making your keywords themselves too specific. Here are some of
the common keywords that you can add to your query in Google.

1.      Intitle,
: Restricts your search to the titles of web pages. The
variation, allintitle: finds pages wherein all the words specified make up the
title of the web page. It’s probably best to avoid the allintitle: variation,
because it doesn’t mix well with some of the other syntaxes.

Eg. Intitle: “George Bush”.

allintitle: “money supply” economics.

2.      Inurl,
allinurl: Restricts your search to the URLs of web pages. This syntax tends to
work well for finding search and help pages, because they tend to be rather
regular in composition. An allinurl: variation finds all the words listed in a
URL but doesn’t mix well with some other special syntax.

Inurl: help.

Search help.

3.      Intext,
: Searches only body text (i.e., ignores link text, URLs, and
titles). There’s an allintext: variation, but again, this doesn’t play well
with others. While its uses are limited, it’s perfect for finding query words
that might be too common in URLs or link titles.

Intext: “”.


4.      Inanchor:
Searches for text in a page’s link anchors. A link anchor is the descriptive
text of a link. For example, the link anchor in the HTML code O’Reilly
and Associates
is “O’Reilly and Associates.”

Inanchor: “tom peters”.

5.      Site:
Allows you to narrow your search by either a site or a top-level domain.
AltaVista, for example, has two syntaxes for this function (host: and domain
:), but Google has only the one.

6.      Link:
Returns a list of pages linking to the specified URL. Enter link:
and you’ll be returned a list of pages that link to
Google. Don’t worry about including the http:// bit; you don’t need it, and,
indeed, Google appears to ignore it even if you do put it in the link.

eg. Link:

7.      Cache:
Finds a copy of the page that Google indexed even if that page is no longer
available at its original URL or has since changed its content completely. This
is particularly useful for pages that change often. If Google returns a result
that appears to have little to do with your query, you’re almost sure to find
what you’re looking for in the latest cached version of the page at Google

Eg. Cache:

8.      File
: Searches the suffixes or filename extensions. These are usually,
but not necessarily, different file types. I like to make this distinction,
because searching for filetype: htm and filetype: html will give you different
result counts, even though they’re the same file type. You can even search for
different page generators, such as ASP, PHP, CGI, and so forth-presuming the
site isn’t hiding them behind redirection and proxying. Google indexes several
different Microsoft formats, including: PowerPoint (PPT), Excel (XLS), and Word

Eg. Homeschooling filetype: pdf

“Leading economic indicators” filetype: ppf

9.      Related:
Finds pages that are related to the specified page. Not all pages are related
to other pages. This is a good way to find categories of pages; a search for
would return a variety of search engines, including HotBot, Yahoo!, and
Northern Light.

Eg. Related:


10.  Info: Provides
a page of links to more information about a specified URL. Information includes
a link to the URL’s cache, a list of pages that link to that URL, pages that
are related to that URL, and pages that contain that URL. Note that this
information is dependent on whether Google has indexed that URL or not. If
Google hasn’t indexed that URL, information will obviously be more limited.


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