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Discussion in 'Website Development & Design' started by biijuu, Dec 30, 2009.
Thanks for sharing I really appreciate you information about good search.
Excellent thread for those people who were not using these features of google, for analysis of the competitors websites the knowledge on these tricks is quite essential. I'm already using some of these features.
This is great tips especially for who like searching fast and easy to find what we want search...
You can use Google as a currency converter.
"GBP in USD" or "EUR in COP" and it will give you the conversion rate directly.
Good tip mv5869. I regularly use xe.com, using Google in that way would be much easier.
I just did a quick check, Google tells me that €10 is worth $14.11400, xe tells me that €10 is worth $14.0583, close enough and it is much quicker to do the conversion in Google. From now on I'll do my currency conversion calculations through Google.
thanks bijju you have really posted here a very quality and helpful tips ...i was able to search for the ppt files for the presentation and thats all because of you ...all the techniques here worked .. i hope i will get some more tips for the advanced search ..here n this thread...
I believe many people will tend to use simple wording than the technique. It's pretty much best to use technique where results are more over accurate and correct.
Ok, I'll try to click on there
Search engines look for pieces of text that match your query. Web pages are more likely to contain answers than questions - so search for the answer. Phrase your query how you would expect the answer to read - the difference appears slight, but it makes a huge difference. Any way your tips are always talked by members.
Google, although a favorite search engine, has not been exploited by the useful features that it provides.
Thanks for sharing the collection of information. Here some more .
i) "filetype" :: This operator instructs Google to search only within the text of a particular type of file. The file type to search must be supplied after the colon.
e.g. filetype:txt eggheadcafetips..would refine your search on "eggheadcafetips" to only text files
ii) "link" :: This operator instructs Google to search within hyperlinks for a search term.
iii) "intitle" :: This operator instructs Google to search for a term within the title of a
e.g. intitle:tip submission form
iv) "inurl" :: This operator instructs Google to search only within the URL of a document. The search term must follow the colon.
v) "stocks" :: This operator instructs Google to show the Stock information of the specified stock as the first result.
Thank you, biijuu.
I will have a try.