Google Search Trick: Google Operators
Here are some tips to make searching in Google easier and faster. You can use Google Operators to get your desired result accurately.
There are a lot of Google Operators and I’ll list some of the most used Google Operators below:
- define: - This is very useful when you’re searching for a meaning of a word. Will come handy when you find a word that is new to you and wanted to know what it means. (i.e. define:cool)
- site: - This is used to get the number of indexed pages of a site. This google operator is very useful for people doing SEO. (i.e. site:http://yourdailyguide.org/)
- info: - This Google operator is used to get information from a website. (i.e. info:http://yourdailyguide.org/)
- allinurl: - This is very useful when you’re looking for a specific word that exists in the URL of a website. (i.e. allinurl:seotips)
- link: - This is used to check backlinks of a website so you will know how many and what websites are linking to a specific website. This is also very useful for people doing SEO. (i.e. link:http://yourdailyguide.org/)
- fileformat: - This is used to search for a specific file in Google. For example, you are looking for a PDF file that contains “SEO” and “tips” then you can use this “fileformat:.pdf SEO tips” without the double quotes.
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