All the Commands that we can use on Google Search


The following lists the search operators that work with google search services.

1. cache: Show last time crawler visited the website/webpage

2. link: List pages which link to a page

3. related: List pages which Google consider to be related to another

4. info: Find one specific URL in the search database

5. define: Show Google’s glossary definition for a term

6. stocks: Show American stock market information for a given ticker symbol

7. site: Restrict a search to a single site

8. allintitle: Restrict a search so that all the keywords must appear in the title

9. intitle: Restrict a search so that some of the keywords must appear in the title

10. allintext: Restrict a search so that all of the keywords must appear in the body text

11. allinurl: Restrict a search so that all of the keywords must appear in the page address

12. inurl: Restrict a search so that some keywords must appear in the page address

13. OR ist pages which have at least some of the keywords 1

4. + Insist that the search engine includes a given keyword in the search results

15. Insist that the search engine omits pages which match a given keyword in the search results

16. ~ Enhance a search to include synonyms for a given keyword

17. Include a wildcard match in your search results

18. [#]…[#]: Search a range of numbers as a keyword

19. daterange:Restrict a search to any timeframe

20. “”Restrict a search so that the keywords must appear consecutively in a phrase

21. date:Restrict a search to a recent timeframe

22. safesearch:Restrict a search to exclude adult-content

23. filetype:Restrict a search to a given type of file

 

More information about Google’s search commands Please visit Google search commands page.

 

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About Manisha_Nande@marketeer

I am Manisha Nande,+7 years of experience in online Marketing. knowledge on digital marketing process including SEO, keyword search & development, online media, lead generation, trade show, and online advertising / email marketing. An ardent blogger on Social Media Marketing
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