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Huff… well Googling or the Rummaging seems to be the most Allured part in the world far as the world of the internet is Concerned .So i just thought that ,why not to share some better Gimmicks , so called the Tricks but not the Tricks actually, so that the commen user can use the Giant Search engine to “Search in the effient Manner …. “. So for the same I thought let’s Share the Tech Quarries ,So called as the “Search Engine Optimisation (SEO)” .Before we Ensue, let us define what actually the SEO is called to sum up all in the compendium.Basically Search engines display different kinds of listings on a search engine results page (SERP), including paid advertising in the form of pay per click advertisements and paid inclusion listings, as well as unpaid organic search results and keyword specific listings, such as links to news stories and images. SEO is concerned with improving the number and position of a site’s listings in the organic search unpaid results, i.e. the results that are generated by an algorithm that ranks the relevance of all the pages in its database for specific keywords search.

So lets start from the basic Gimmicks..

[“Yahoo or History”] Finds pages with the words Yahoo or History on them,

[“Yahoo and History”] Finds pages with the words Yahoo and History on them,
Basic Usage:

Use quotation marks ” “ to locate an entire string.

example :”Harshit Pandey”

    This will search only pages which reside on this domain.
    This will display all pages which Google finds to be related to your URL
    This will display a list of all pages which Google has found to be linking to your site. Useful to see how popular your site is
  • spell:word
    Runs a Spell check on your word
  • define:word
    Returns the definition of the word
  • stocks: [symbol, symbol, etc]
    Returns stock information. eg. stock: msft
  • maps:
    A shortcut to Google Maps
  • phone: name_here
    Attempts to lookup the phone number for a given name
  • cache:
    If you include other words in the query, Google will highlight those words within the cached document. For instance, web will show the cached content with the word “web” highlighted.
  • info:
    The query [info:] will present some information that Google has about that web page. For instance, will show information about the haryiips homepage. Note there can be no space between the “info:” and the web page url.


Restricts your search to the titles of web pages. The variation, allintitle: finds pages wherein all the words specified make up the title of the web page.


Restricts your search to the URLs of web pages. This syntax tends to work well for finding search and help pages, because they tend to be rather regular in composition. An allinurl: variation finds all the words listed in a URL but doesn’t mix well with some other special syntaxes.

Eg: inurl:help


Searches for text in a page’s link anchors. A link anchor is the descriptive text of a link. For example, the link anchor in the HTML code <a href=”>O’Reilly and Associates</a> is “O’Reilly and Associates.”



Searches the suffixes or filename extensions. These are usually, but not necessarily, different file types. I like to make this distinction, because searching for filetype:htm and filetype:html will give you different result counts, even though they’re the same file type. You can even search for different page generators, such as ASP, PHP, CGI, and so forth�presuming the site isn’t hiding them behind redirection and proxying. Google indexes several different Microsoft formats, including: PowerPoint (PPT), Excel (XLS), and Word (DOC).

Eg: homeschooling filetype:pdf


Google Groups and Special Syntaxes

You can do some precise searching from the Google Groups advanced search page. And, just as with Google web, you have some special syntaxes at your disposal. Google Groups is an archive of conversations. Thus, when you’re searching, you’ll be more successful if you try looking for conversational and informal language, not the carefully structured language you’ll find on Internet sites. (well, some Internet sites, anyway. )


Searches posting titles for query words.

Eg: intitle:rocketry


Restricts your search to a certain group or set of groups (topic). The wildcard * (asterisk) modifies a group: syntax to include everything beneath the specified group or topic. comp.lang* or comp.lang.* (effectively the same) will find results in the group comp.lang, as well as comp.lang.php, comp.lang.perl, and so forth.

Eg: group:comp.lang*


Google Images
Google Images offers a few special syntaxes:


Finds keywords in the page title. This is an excellent way to narrow down search results.

Eg: intitle: Great Wall of China


Finds pictures of a particular type. This only works for JPEG and GIF, not BMP, PNG, or any number of other formats Google doesn’t index. Note that searching for filetype:jpg and filetype:jpeg will get you different results, because the filtering is base.


Keep visiting for more SEO….. Techs.








  1. Supreb.. bro..
    U’ve made a nice effort to help the common league……though they will get less outta it coz of the language used but it will help the tech guys alot……

  2. Wow, thanks. You are really smart! ; )
    My XP said it was counterfeit once but it was really not, it never showed up after that. ^_^
    No problems mate.

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