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Google Tips: Search only on a specific website

Info by NetLabel | 2012-07-29 at 19:30

Sometimes, you want to get only Google hits that come from a certain website. Suppose, for example, we want to search for "word1 word2" only on "example.com".

For this endeavor, Google provides the statement "site:", which can be used as follows:

word1 word2 site:example.com

If you enter this in Google, you get all the results for "word1 word2" that Google can find on the page "example.com".

Note: If you only search for "site: example.com" without entering a search term, you can see a list of all pages of the site, which Google has in the index.

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