A minus sign (-) before a keyword removes any results with that word. Again, it’s a way to help filter results when a query might otherwise be ambiguous. If you’re looking for info about cats the animal, but there’s a showing of Cats the musical in your town, you can search cats -musical to remove results about the theater production. … [Read more...] about Guide to Advanced Search Engine Operators
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Google Bing Result cache: Shows the version of the webpage from Google’s cache. contains: Finds webpages that contain links to a particular type of file (such as pdf, mp3). This function is unique to Bing. ext: ext: Returns only webpages with the file extension you specify (such as htm). filetype: filetype: Finds results of a single type only (such as pdf). info: Presents some information that Bing has about a webpage such as related pages from the site, external pages talking about the webpage, and related results. intext: Shows pages that contain a specific word in their body text. intitle: intitle: Finds pages that include a specific word as part of the indexed title tag. allintitle: Finds pages that include all query words as part of the indexed title tag. inurl: Finds pages that include a specific keyword in their indexed URLs. allinurl: Finds a specific URL in the search engine’s index. Also can be used to find pages whose URLs contain all the … [Read more...] about Guide to Advanced Search Engine Operators for Robot Ninja Eyes Only!
People Search Gets Subject-Specific Now when you search for a topic in Twitter’s search box, Twitter will suggest people to follow based on the overall topic of that search and not just on whether the people or accounts listed have the word you searched for in their name. … [Read more...] about Twitter Improves “Who To Follow” Results & Gains Advanced Search Page
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“We are pushing ourselves really hard so that Google is evolving and staying a step ahead of our users,” Pichai said. “All the search queries you see behind me are live queries coming in from mobile. Today, over 50% of our queries come from mobile phones. And the queries in color you see behind me are voice queries. In the US, on our mobile app in Android, one in five queries – 20% of our queries – are voice queries, and that share is growing.” … [Read more...] about Read My Lips: Voice Now Posed for Big Mobile Search Wins