Using Google operators, you can query the google index as if you were querying a database.

Key operators like the following:

  • allintitle: Find all occurrences of the entered text in the title of the page
  • allintext: Find all occurrences of the entered text in the text of the page
  • allinurl: Find all occurrences of the entered text in the URL of the page
  • allinanchor: Find all occurrences of the entered text in the links to the page
  • site: Find all occurrences of the entered text within the specified domain

You can build some pretty useful queries, such as:

site:ezinearticles.com “This article has been viewed 500…1000 time” “Article Submitted On: January *, 2010
This search query would find all popular articles submitted to ezinearticles.com since Jan 2010. This is excellent information if you want to do some article marketing.
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