Use AND between search terms to limit results to pages containing all the specified words, though not necessarily in the order t...
To refine your search to results in a specific language, apply a language filter found under the advanced options.
To limit your results to a specific time-period, apply the period filter under the advanced options.
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Use quotation marks in Google searches to find the exact keyword or phrase you're looking for.
AROUND(X) is used between two words to find pages where they appear close to each other, with X representing the maximum number ...
The "inanchor:" search operator helps you find web pages that are linked to using specific words in their links.
Use the intext: operator to search for pages that contain your specified terms in their text.
Use the "any" operator to narrow down searches to pages that contain your terms in their text, title or URL.
An asterisk (*) serves as a wildcard symbol that can replace any word or phrase in your search, allowing for flexibility in quer...