Wednesday, 29 April 2015

Google Hack

This helps you to search and get accurate results from google search engine.

site:   Site operator in google helps to find only pages that belongs to a specific URL the [site:] operator returns an estimated count of the number of indexed pages for that domain.

INURL: The "inurl:" operator searches for specific text in the indexed URLs. You can pair “site:” with “inurl:” to find the sub-domain in the full URL.

Adding [-] to most operators tells Google to search for anything but that particular text. 

In this case, by separating out "inurl:www", you can change it to 
"-inurl:www" and find any indexed URLs that are not on the "www" sub-domain.

exmp: inurl:www inurl:local -inurl:www -inurl:www -inurl:dev -inurl:shop
You are, however, aware of "www.", "dev." and "shop.". 

You can chain multiple "-inurl:" operators to remove all of these known sub-domains from the query, leaving you with a list of any stragglers.
- tells fetch me results but DONOT include the -minusTheKeyword -inurl:www -inurl:local -inurl:aws text goes here
                  free kindle books “text goes here” “text goes here” this OR that ~word

 The tilde [~] operator tells Google to find words related to the word in question.
  Let's say you wanted to find all of the posts on your blog related to the concept of consulting – just add "~consulting" to the query, and you'll get the wider set of terms that Google thinks are relevant. ~management

INTITLE:  The "intitle:" operator only matches text that appears in the <TITLE></TITLE> tag. intitle:"harry potter"

    intitle:”text goes here” 
Just put any unique phrase in quotes after "intitle:" and you can find copies across the entire web. 

This is the fastest and cheapest way I've found to find people who have stolen your content. 

It's also a good way to make sure your article titles are unique.
  “text goes here”

INTEXT intext:”text goes here” ”text goes here” -intitle:"text goes here"

FILETPE filetype:pdf


site: .edu “text goes here”

Finally, you can target just the Top-Level Domain (TLD), by leaving out the root domain. "online marketing"

CACHE: gives the cached pages in google search engine

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