Google has removed the exact size and larger than search tools for image search. There are numerous complaints about this in the Google Web Search Forums and Google has yet to chime in about this feature going away but it is now getting some coverage from more mainstream blogs. … [Read more...] about Google Image Search Removes Exact Size & Larger Than Tools
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Allintext The “allintext” search operator works like this: add “allintext:” before your Google search. For example, a search for allintext: social media marketing would search body text for every individual term. In other words, the operator will help you learn whether all the terms after “allintext:” appear in the text of a page. Although the allintext: operator isn’t 100 percent accurate because it won’t look for text that appears close together, it’s a beneficial tool if you’re looking to see if the words in a phrase appear on your website, a competitor’s, or elsewhere. … [Read more...] about 10 Google Search Operators Every SEO Should Know
Another update - most keywords are stabilized but some have still large volatility. Very often I see some random page of mine rank instead of the main money page. Then it returns to normal. Like if the two pages would compete against each other (keyword canibalization) but it doesnt make any sense, because the pages are about a different topic.I am also seeing a lot of complaints in the main Google Webmaster Help forums from random site owners. And yes, lots of complaints on Twitter as well. … [Read more...] about Google Creepy Search Algorithm Update Continues With Stronger Volatility
About the Author Bruce Clay is founder and president of Bruce Clay, Inc., a global digital marketing firm providing search engine optimization, pay-per-click, social media marketing, SEO-friendly web architecture, and SEO tools and education. Connect with him on LinkedIn and other social networks from Bruce's author page. … [Read more...] about Guide to Advanced Search Engine Operators
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!