Google is a sea of knowledge and to find the required result sometime things didn’t went as per our needs. So there are few Google useful Search Commands which can prove very useful for getting the required Fish out of Google
The Google site command will show you all the URL’s within the domain you specify. This allows you to see all of the pages that Google has indexed within your site. Not only will this command show you the exact URL’s that are indexed but it will also give you the total number of pages that are indexed by Google. Just type in the Google search, site:yourdomain.com to get this information.
This is probably one of my favorite Google commands for link building purposes. If you type in related:yourdomain.com, the search results will show you a wide range of related websites that contain the same keywords as your site. This is helpful when it’s time to find relevant websites for link building.
The cache:yourdomain.com will show you all of the URL’s from your site that Google currently has in it’s cache from the last time it crawled and indexed your site.
The allintitle command, allintitle:wood working will show you all of the URL’s that contain both of those keywords in the title of a web page.
The command, allinURL:wood working is similar to the allintitle command except that it looks for and will show you results of that keyword in a domain only.
The link command is one of the more popular and useful commands. If you search for link:petfood.com, Google will show you a good majority of the webpages that have links pointing to the specified domain.
The info command will show you information about a particular domain. The information such as Google cache, webpages that are similar, webpages that link to your domain, webpages that you link to and webpages that actually contain your domain name listed. So this is almost a one-stop-shop for a few of the most useful Google commands.
Another cool command for link building – if you’re looking for related websites for a particular keyword, you can type in quotation marks around your keyword like this: “The Cooking Wiki”, and a list of websites will show that contain that exact keyword.
You can use Google as calculator to quickly get the result just write your mathematical question like 5+6788/887*99098 and boom you will get your result in no time.
Google is also very useful tool for unit conversion. You can convert Miles in Kilometers, Fahrenheit to Celsius etc. For example type in search bar “90 kilometers in miles” and you will get your result.
Hope these commands will improve your search experience with Google
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