There are so many websites on the Internet. Can one really search a whole website for a word? Let’s dig deep!
Here are some Tips and Tricks to help you through.
There are many tips to give better advantages for search. A page that links to another page: Let’s say you want to find every website that quotes a BuzzFeed article on their website. To do this, use the link command, followed immediately by the name of the page.
Google will provide you with all pages that link to BuzzFeed’s official Facebook website. The more specific the URLs, the fewer, more pointed results you’ll get. Similar words and synonyms: Let’s say you want to include a word in your search, but also include results that contain similar words or synonyms.
To do this, use ~ in front of the word. If you need to quickly see the definition of a word or sentence, just use the Define: command.
You can hear the pronunciation of a word by pressing the megaphone icon. Ever forgotten a word or two of a specific sentence, song, movie quote, or something else? You can use Asterisk * as a wildcard, which will help to find the missing word in the sentence. Explicit sentence – Let’s say you search Google for content about inbound marketing. Instead of just typing inbound marketing into the Google search box, you’re better off searching for this line clearly. To do this, simply close the search sentence in double-quotes.
Figure out how you can search a whole website for a word through the video