Advanced Search Operators

Advanced Search Operators:

Advanced Search operators are used to refine Google's search engine using specific keywords. The SERPs [search engine results Pages] can be filtered with search operators only displaying certain sites.

Note: The following operators MUST be in lowercase or else they will be rendered as normal search text.

allinanchor:


allintext:


allintitle: 


allinurl:


cache:


define:


filetype:


id:


inanchor:


info:


intext:

site:


intitle:


inurl:


link:


phonebook:


related:


Boolean Operators:

Google Search Engine uses an invisible "AND" when you search for "Ham Tomato" The Advanced Search Operators can be combined with operators such as Boolean Operators (AND OR etc...).

  • allintitle:ham tomato -sandwich 

  • intitle:ham OR intitle:tomato -site:facebook.com

Note: A negative refined search "-".
MUST have no space following "-This".