Google Search Reference

Operator Meaning Example
site: Search only one site
Searches for "Hemingway" only on the Amazon site.
filetype:
(or ext:)
Search for a particular filetype (such as a .pdf).
Searches for Hemingway PDF files
link: Find linked pages, i.e., show pages that point to the URL.
Show pages that link to Wikipedia, for example.
define: Displays a definition of a word
phonebook: Looks up a phone number or does a reverse phone lookup if a US phone number with area code is entered.
Will look up the telephone number of every person and business named Kowalski in Connecticut (CT)
rphonebook: Looks up a RESIDENTIAL phone number or does a reverse phone lookup if a US phone number with area code is entered.
Will look up the telephone number of Jan Kowalski in CT (Connecticut). Residential listings only.
movie: Looks up movies, reviews, showtimes, etc.
Will find information about this movie including reviews and showtimes.
stocks: Will look up stock quotes by ticker symbol or company name.
cache: Looks up the cache for a given page.
info: Looks up information about a page.
related: Finds related pages or similar pages.
allinanchor: All query words must appear in anchor text of links to the page.
inanchor: Looks up pages where the text appears in the anchor links to the page.
intext: Text must appear somewhere on the page.
allintitle: All search terms must appear in the title of the page
intitle: Search terms should be in the title of the page.
allinurl: Search terms must all appear in the URL of the page.
inurl: Search terms must appear in the URL.

 



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