Today I am going to help you in making your search results more specific result. Here are the few tips, which can help you search results. Also with the name of top 5 search engine (Google, Yahoo, Bing, Ask.com, and Aol.com) which supports the following tricks…
All the top 5 search engine acts like an online Dictionary. If you need the definition of any word came across to you, you don’t have to use dictionary or any website you just need to use definition: replace the with the word you are searching for.
Most of the time we keep searching for any particular file type (like: PDF, MP3, TXT and etc) in search engine by going t each and every webpage. But now you can search it easily without going to each webpage by using filetype: replace the with the file type you are searching for and also replace the with the word(s) you are searching for.
Many of you might don’t know, you can use search engine and in few web browser address bar (like: Google Chrome) for calculation. Just type it as you type the digests and signs you want calculate as you type in a calculator.
Many of you need to check the T.V. or the site where you can see the current pries of any particular currency. But now you use the search engine or few web Brower address bar (like: Google Chrome)to convert your currency to the currency you want to convert. Just type the to replace the with your amount, with your currency name and replace with the currency you want to convert in.
Sometime it happens that we don’t want to search all over the world, we just want to search in a particular website. Just use site: replace the with the website you want to search in (can be also use for subdomains) and also replace with the word(s) you are searching for.
Sometime you need to watch an online event with the different country time zone but you don’t know what is the time in that country. But now you can just search using time replace the with the country which country time you want to know.
Want to search in a certain type of domains (e.g.: .com for commercial use, .edu for educational use, .info for informational use and etc), just use site: replace with the type of domain you want to search and also replace with the word(s) you are looking for.
You can search within the URL. As a blogger I use it to find new or old, you might have notice in many blog URLs the year, month and date is given. So it makes it easy to search. Just use inurl: replace the with the year, month, date or word(s) you are searching for.