Most of the time people waste time in surfing web without getting appropriate results for their requirement, this is because people fail in searching without using proper keywords and phrases, now you will be amazed by knowing that Google supports many advanced operators to help you search exact results.
This will instruct Google to extract the given keyword and show the results.
This instructs Google to include the given keyword and display the results.
Shows search results for the exact phrase.
Keyword1 OR keyword2
Show results for at least one of the keywords.
Some of the advanced Google search operators used to search results in a good way.
1) Syntax- Site: specific URL
Shows approximately how many URL’s are indexed by Google, from any particular directory, including all the sub domains.
2) Syntax- Inurl/allinurl: keyword
URL keyword restricted search, narrows the results to documents containing one or more search terms in URL.
3) Syntax- intitle:/allintitle: keyword
Restricts the results to all the documents containing the search keywords.
4) Syntax- intext: keyword
Body text keyword restricted search, restricts the results to documents containing one or more search terms in the body text of a search.
5) Syntax- ~keywords
Shows keywords Google thinks that are similar to the given keyword.