1000 + Advanced Google Search Tips and Effective Techniques (2022)

Wikis EDU FootprintsCode:

· site:.edu inurl:wiki

· site:.edu inurl:MediaWiki_talk

· site:.edu "Log in / create account"

· site:.edu wiki

EDU Blogs, GOV BlogsCode:

Locate thousands of related blogs using these search strings.

· inurl:.gov+inurl:blog

· site:.edu inurl:wp-login.php +blog

· site:.gov inurl:wp-login.php +blog

· site:.edu inurl:”wp-admin” +login

· site:.edu inurl:blog “post a comment”

· site:.edu inurl:blog “post a comment” –“comments closed” -”you must be logged in” “keyword”

· site:.edu “no comments” +blogroll -”posting closed” -”you must be logged in” -”comments are closed”

· site:.gov “no comments” +blogroll -”posting closed” -”you must be logged in” -”comments are closed”

· inurl:(edu|gov) “no comments” +blogroll -”posting closed” -”you must be logged in” -”comments are closed”

· site:.edu inurl:blog “comment” -”you must be logged in” -”posting closed” -”comment closed”

· "keyword" blog site:.edu

· keyword +inurl:blog site:.edu

EDU Forums, Government Forums, Military sitesCode:

· site:edu inurl:login (Create an account)

· site:edu “powered by vbulletin”

· inurl:.edu/phpbb2

· inurl:.edu/ (Powered by Invision Power Board)

· site:edu “powered by SMF”

· edu forums sites,gov forums sites

· site:.mil

· site:edu inurl:login (Create an account)

· site:edu "powered by vbulletin"

· inurl:.edu/phpbb2

· inurl:.edu/ (Powered by Invision Power Board)

· site:edu "powered by SMF"

· "keyword" forum site:.edu

· "keyword" forum site:.gov

· "keyword" blog site:.gov

· inurl:.gov +inurl:forum + inurl:register

· inurl:.gov +inurl:forum

· inurl:.edu/phpbb inurl:register

· inurl:edu forum

· inurl:gov forum

· inurl:.edu+inurl:forum


· "Powered by PHPDug"

· "Powered By PHPDug"

· "Powered By PHPDug" inurl:signup

· "Powered By PHPDug" inurl:login

· "Powered By PHPDug" inurl:add_story

· inurl:signup "Powered By PHPDug"

· inurl:phpdug/signup

· inurl:signup "Powered By PHPDug"

· inurl:story.php?title=

· inurl:/upcoming/0/viewall/1.html

· "PHPDug version 2.0.0"

· "PHPDug version 1.4.2"

· "PHPDug version 1.4.1"

· "PHPDug version 1.4.0"

· "PHPDug version 1.3.1"

· "PHPDug version 1.3"

· "PHPDug version 1.2"

· "PHPDug version 1.1"

· "PHPDug version 1.0"

· "PHPDug Version 0.9.2"

· "PHPDug Version 0.9.1"

· "PHPDug Version 0.9.0"

· "PHPDug Version 0.8.1"

· "PHPDug Version 0.8.0"

· "PHPDug Version 0.7.0"


· "http://www.pligg.com"

· "Powered by Pligg"

· "powered by pligg" Home Login "Register"

· allintitle:store share and tag your favorite links

· intitle:"Pligg Beta 9"

· intitle:"Pligg beta"

· intitle:"register"

· inanchor:"Pligg beta 9 Home"

· inanchor:"About Pligg"

· inurl:"Pligg beta"

· inurl:"register.php"++"powered by pligg"

· inurl:/register intext:"Powered by Pligg" -inurl:.php

· inurl:/register intext:"Powered by Pligg" -inurl:.php

· inurl:/register intext:"upcoming" intext:"published" intext:"submit" intext:"Tag Cloud" -inurl:.php

· inurl:/register intext:"upcoming" intext:"published" intext:"submit" -inurl:.php

· inurl:/register intext:"upcoming" intext:"published" intext:"submit" -inurl:.php intitle:"register"

· inurl:/register.php intext:"Powered by Pligg"

· inurl:register.php intext:"upcoming" intext:"published" intext:"submit"

· inurl:/register intext:"Powered by Pligg" -inurl:.php

· inurl:/register.php intext:"Powered by Pligg"

· inurl:register.php intext:"upcoming" intext:"published" intext:"submit"

· inurl:live_comments.php

· inurl:story.php inanchor:upcoming

· inurl:"pligg/upcoming.php"

· inurl:"register" intitle:"pligg"

· inurl:"cloud.php" intitle:"pligg"

· inurl:"live_comments" intitle:"pligg"

· inurl:"faq-en.php" intext:"pligg"

· inurl:"/pligg" inurl:/register.php

Elgg FootprintsCode:

· "Powered by Elgg" inurl:/account/forgotten_password.php

· "Latest bookmarks" "Powered by Elgg"

· intitle:New Elgg site

· "Example of information in the left hand pane" "Powered by Elgg"

· "Powered by Elgg + "Latest blog posts"

· "Powered by Elgg" inurl:account/register.php

· inurl:/go/browse/blogs

· inurl:register.php +"powered by elgg"

· inurl:forgotten_password.php "We will send the address of a unique verification page to you via email click"

· "powered by elgg"

Scuttle Footprints


· "Store all your favourite links in one place, accessible from anywhere"

· ?sort=alphabet_asc

· ?sort=popularity_asc

· Bookmarking the web 2.0

· intext:"bookmarks" "Store, share and tag your favourite links"

· intext:"date" "Store, share and tag your favourite links"

· intext:"first" "Store, share and tag your favourite links"

· intext:"next" "Store, share and tag your favourite links"

· intext:"Previous" "Store, share and tag your favourite links"

· intext:"register" "Store, share and tag your favourite links"

· intext:"Sort by:" "Store, share and tag your favourite links"

· intext:about "Store, share and tag your favourite links" about

· inurl:/populartags/

· inurl:?sort=url_asc

· inurl:?sort=url_asc AND "keyword"

· inurl:bookmarks.php scuttle

· inurl:by scuttlePLUS

· inurl:Populartags.php/ AND "keyword"

· inurl:scuttle/about.php

· inurl:scuttle/bookmarks.php

· inurl:scuttle/register

· inurl:scuttle/register.php

· Propulsed by SemanticScuttle

· Store, share and tag your favourite links

· "Speicher alle Deine Webseiten-Favoriten an einem Ort"

Referrer FootprintsCode:

· "usage statistics" "Summary Period: february 2009"

· "usage statistics" "Summary Period: march 2009"

· "Generated by Webalizer"

· inurl:awstats.pl intitle:statistics

· "Created by awstats"

· inurl:usage_200811 html

· "produced by wusage"

· "inurl:twatch/latest" html

· inurl:stats/REFERRER.html

Jisko FootprintsCode:

· "Powered by Jisko"

· "Have a look at the Frequently Asked Questions" "Powered by Jisko"

· Have a look at the Frequently Asked Questions Powered by Jisko

· "¿Problemas al iniciar sesión?" "Powered by Jisko" "Notas públicas" "Interfaz móvil"

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· Problemas al iniciar sesión "Powered by Jisko" "Notas públicas" "Interfaz móvil"

· site:.com “Powered by Jisko” "frequently"

· inurl:/?module=faq "Jisko"

· inanchor:jisko Frequently Asked Questions

Captcha FootprintsCode:

· Please enter this code to enable your comment

· Type the characters you see in the picture above

· Web page addresses and e-mail addresses turn into links automatically

· Allowed HTML tags

· Lines and paragraphs break automatically

· Word verification by reCAPTCHA

· Can't read image

· you may use HTML tags for style

· play audio CAPTCHA

· Search Engines will index and follow ONLY links to allowed domains

· More information about formatting options

· Disable rich-text

· Some HTML allowed

· In order to control spam, please type the characters you see in the box below, then click 'Confirm Post' to continue with this post

· I agree to the Comments TOS

· Antispam question

· Up to 2 links allowed

· You may use these HTML tags and attributes

· By submitting a comment here you grant this site a perpetual license to

· Enter the above security code (required)

· Security Code:

· Type the letters that you see in the above image

· This site uses KeywordLuv


· "Powered by PhpFox"

· “phpfox” “yourkeyword” "Forum"

· inurl:phpfox

· "Powered By phpFox Version 2.0.4"

· "Powered By phpFox.v2.0.6"

· "Powered By phpFox Version 3"

· "Powered By phpFox Version 3.2.0"

Video Sharing SitesCode:

· "Powered by MediaShare"

· "Powered by clipbucket"

· "Powered by VidiScript.com"

· "Powered by PHPMotion"

· "Powered by ClipShare"

· "Powered by iVidPlay"

· "Powered by iSoftScripts.com"

· "Powered by VShare"

· "Powered by Video CMS"

· "Powered by PHP Melody"

· "Powered by ClipBucket"

· "Powered by SkaDate" - online dating and social networking software combined

· "Powered by Sharemixer" - low cost video sharing solution a la Youtube

· "Powered by Clipshare"

· "Powered by SocialMedia.com"

Do-Follow BlogsCode:

· Keywords “Powered by BlogEngine.NET”

· Keywords “top commenter”

· Keywords “Notify me of follow-up comments”

· Keywords “This site uses KeywordLuv”

· Keywords “Enable CommentLuv”

· Keywords “You can use these tags”

· “@Keyword(s) yourniche”

· “This site uses KeywordLuv yourniche”

· Top commenter Keyword(s)

· Top commenters Keyword(s)

· Top commentators Keyword(s)

· Top commentors Keyword(s)

· inurl:ucomment

· inurl:ifollow

Keyword(s) "Recent Comments"Code:

· “keyword” with your Niche keyword

· intitle:add+url “keyword”

· intitle:submit+your+site “keyword”

· intitle:add+your+site "keyword"

· "Suggest link" +"your keyword(s)"

· "Suggest a link" +"your keyword(s)"

· "Suggest site" + "your keyword(s)"

· "Suggest a site" + "your keyword(s)"

· "Suggest URL" +"your keyword(s)"

· "Suggest a URL" +"your keyword(s)"

· "Suggest an URL" +"your keyword(s)"

· "Add link" +"your keyword(s)"

· "Add a link" +"your keyword(s)"

· "Add site" +"your keyword(s)"

· "Add a site" +"your keyword(s)"

· "Add URL" +"your keyword(s)"

· "Add a URL" +"your keyword(s)"

· "Add an URL" +"your keyword(s)"

· "Submit link" +"your keyword(s)"

· "Submit a link" +"your keyword(s)"

· "Submit site" +"your keyword(s)"

· "Submit a site" +"your keyword(s)"

· "Submit URL" +"your keyword(s)"

· "Submit a URL" +"your keyword(s)"

· "Submit an URL" +"your keyword(s)"

· "favorite links" +"your keyword(s)"

· "recommended links" +"your keyword(s)"

· "cool sites" +"your keyword(s)"

· "cool places" +"your keyword(s)"

· reciprocal +"your keyword(s)"

· directory +"your keyword(s)"

· directorys +"your keyword(s)"

· directories +"your keyword(s)"

· exchange +"your keyword(s)"

· resources +"your keyword(s)"

· links +"your keyword(s)"

· "your location" +"add url"

· "your location" +"suggest a site"

· "your location" +"submit site"

· "your location" +links

· "your location" +"reciprocal links"

· "your location" +directory

Blog FootprintsCode:

· inurl:/add-blog.php

· inurl:/add_blog.php

· inurl:/addblog.html

· inurl:/addyourblog.asp

· inurl:/blog-submission.html

· inurl:/blog_submissions.html

· inurl:/submit-blog.html

· inurl:/submit_blog.html

RSS FeedCode:

· inurl:/submitrssfeed.aspx

· inurl:/AddFeed.aspx

· inurl:/AddRSS.asp

· inurl:/Ping/

· inurl:/RSS_submission_form.asp

· inurl:/RSSform.asp?cat

· inurl:/Suggest-A-Feed

· inurl:/addFeed.do

· inurl:/add_feed.php

· inurl:/addfeed.html

· inurl:/addfeed.php

· inurl:/addfeed/

· inurl:/cgi_rss_submission

· inurl:/feedAdd.cfm

· inurl:/newfeed.php

· inurl:/ping.asp

· inurl:/ping.php

· inurl:/rss-add.html

· inurl:/rssform.asp

· inurl:/sub_rss.php

· inurl:/submit-feeds.html

· inurl:/submitFeed.jsp

· inurl:/submit_feed.php

· inurl:/submitfeed

· inurl:/submitfeed.shtml

· inurl:/submitnews.php

· inurl:/submitrss.php

· inurl:/suggest/feed

· inurl:/suggest_feeds.asp

· inurl:rss inurl:/submit.php

· inurl:submitFeed.aspx

· inurlL:/AddRSSFeed.jsp

General ForumCode:

· Keyword(s) forum

· “Keyword(s) forum”

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· “add comment”

· “post comment”

· Keyword(s) members

· Keyword(s) join

· Keyword(s) tag

· Keyword(s) group

· "your niche" forum

· "your niche" message board

· "your niche" bulletin board

phpBB 2Code:

· inurl:"phpBB2/" site:com

· inurl:"phpBB2/" site:.net

· inurl:"phpBB2/" site:.org

· inurl:"phpBB2/" site:.info

· inurl:"phpBB2/" site:.biz

· inurl:"phpBB2/" site:.eu

· inurl:"phpBB2/" site:.us

· inurl:"phpBB2/" site:.ru

· inurl:"phpBB2/" site:.ua

· inurl:"phpBB2/" site:.jp

phpBB 3Code:

· inurl:"phpBB3/" site:com

· inurl:"phpBB3/" site:.net

· inurl:"phpBB3/" site:.org

· inurl:"phpBB3/" site:.info

· inurl:"phpBB3/" site:.biz

· inurl:"phpBB3/" site:.eu

· inurl:"phpBB3/" site:.us

· inurl:"phpBB3/" site:.ru

· inurl:"phpBB3/" site:.ua

· inurl:"phpBB3/" site:.jp

Guest Post FootprintsCode:

· “Submit a guest post” / “Submit post” / “Submit blog post”

· “Add blog post”

· “Submit an article”

· “Suggest a guest post”

· “Send a guest post”

· "Send your post"

· "Bloggers Wanted”

· "Guest Post”

· "Guest Blogging Spot”

· "Submit a Guest Post”

· "Become a Guest Blogger”

· "Guest Post Guidelines”

· "Want to Write for”

· "Blogs that Accept Guest Blogging”

· "Blogs Accepting Guest Posts”

· "Contribute”

· "Submit News”

· "Submit Tutorial”

· "Suggest a Post”

· "Become an Author”

· "Become a Contributor”

· "Places I Guest Posted”

· "Publish Your News”

· "Guest post by”

· "Guest Contributor”

· "This is a guest article”

· "Add Articles”

· “Add Guest Post”

· “Guest Bloggers Wanted”

· “Guest Posts Roundup”

· “Write for Us”

· “Submit Guest Post”

· “Submit a Guest Article”

· “Guest Bloggers Wanted”

· “Group Writing Project”

· “Blogs that Accept Guest Posts”

· “Blogs that Accept Guest Bloggers”

· “Become a Contributor”

· “Submit Design News”

· “Community News”

· “Submit Blog Post”

· “Suggest a Guest Post”

· “Contribute to our Site”

· “Become a Guest Writer”

· “My Guest Posts”

· “Submission Guidelines”

· “This guest post was written”

· “This guest post is from”

· “Now Accepting Guest Posts”

· “The following guest post”

· inurl:guest-post-guidelines

· inurl:guest-posts

· inurl:write-for-us

· inurlprofiles/blog/new

General DirectoryCode:

· "favorite links" Keyword(s)

· "favorite links"

· "favorite sites" Keyword(s)

· "favorite sites"

· "Keyword(s) sites"

· "Keyword(s) website"

· "Keyword(s)"

· "list * Keyword(s) * sites"

· "list * Keyword(s)"

· "list of Keyword(s) sites"

· "list of Keyword(s)"

· "recommended links" Keyword(s)

· "recommended links"

· "recommended sites" Keyword(s)

· "recommended sites"

· directory * Keyword(s)

· intitle:directory "Keyword(s)"

· inurl:directory "Keyword(s)"

· Keyword(s)

· Keyword(s) * directory

· Keyword(s) catalog

· Keyword(s) directory

· Keyword(s) sites

· Keyword(s) websites |Keyword(s)

· Keyword(s) websites

General FootprintsCode:

· “add url”

· “add site”

· “add website”

· “add your site”

· “add a url”

· “add * url”

· “add * site”

· “add * website*

· “submit url”

· “submit site”

· “submit website”

· “submit your site”

· “submit a url”

· “submit * url”

· “submit * site”

· “submit * website”

· “suggest url”

· “suggest site”

· “suggest website”

· “suggest your site”

· “suggest a url”

· “suggest * url”

· “suggest * site”

· “suggest * website”

Auto ApproveCode:

· "*Keyword says:" +"October 12th, 2012"

· Submitted by Anonymous (not verified)

· Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Fri, 10/12/2012

· "October 12th, 2012" + "leave a reply" + "*%kw% says" + "Mail (will not be published) (required)" + "Website"

· site:.edu "* %kw% says" "leave a reply"

· site:.edu "%kw% * says" "leave a reply"

· "powered by wordpress"

· inurl:blog

· inurl:node

SEO-Board FootprintsCode:

· "powered by SEO-Board"

Phorum Footprints


· "powered by Phorum"

· "powered by phorum" inurl:register

· inurl:phorum inurl:register

· inurl:/phorum/register.php

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MesDiscussions FootprintsCode:

· “MesDiscussions”

MiniBB FootprintsCode:

· “powered by minibb”

MyBB FootprintsCode:

· “Powered By MyBB”

IceBB FootprintsCode:

· “powered by icebb”

Fruit Show FootprintsCode:

· “Powered by FruitShow”

Invision Power Board FootprintsCode:

· “Powered by Invision Power Board”

· “Powered by Invision Power Board(U) v1.3 Final”

· intext:“Powered by Invision Power Board” inurl:action=register

· intext:“Powered by Invision Power Board” inurl:register

· intext:“Powered by Invision Power Board” inurl:/users/register

· "Powered By IP.Board 2.3.3"

· “Powered By IP.Board 2.3.5”

· “Powered By IP.Board 2.3.6”

vBulletin Forum FootprintsCode:

· "In order to proceed, you must agree with the following rules"

· "Powered by vBulletin"

· “Powered by vBulletin * 3.0.0”

· “Powered by vBulletin * 3.0.1”

· “Powered by vBulletin * 3.0.4”

· “Powered by vBulletin * 3.0.5”

· “Powered by vBulletin * 3.0.6”

· “Powered by vBulletin * 3.0.7”


· "Powered by vBulletin" inurl:register.php

Simple Machines Forum (SMF) FootprintsCode:

· "powered by SMF"

· "powered by Simple Machines"

· inurl:/index.php?action=register

· "powered by Simple Machines" inurl:/index.php?action=register

Web 2.0 FootprintCode:

· "powered by wordpress"

· "powered by blogger"

· "powered by tumblr"

· "Create a free website with weebly"

· "Powered By Elgg"

· intitle:"powered by jcow"

· We won't display your email address

· Forums Signatures FootprintsCode:

· inurl:.edu "Find all posts by""Find all threads started by""Total Posts: 0" "signature"

· nurl:.gov "Find all posts by""Find all threads started by""Total Posts: 0" "signature"

· "powered by phpbb" "Total Posts: 0" "signature"

· "powered by vbulletin" "Find all posts by""Find all threads started by""Total Posts: 0" "signature"

CommentLuv Blog FootprintsCode:

· Keyword(s) “Enable CommentLuv”

Top Comments Blog FootprintsCode:

· Keyword(s) “Top Commenter”

· Keyword(s) “Top Commenters”

· +"top+commenters"+"powered+by+wordpress" Keyword

· “Top Commenters” or “Top Commenter”

· “Top Commenters” or “Top Commenter” +inurl:201.

· “Top Commenters” or “Top Commenter” +inurl:2012

Squidoo comments FootprintsCode:

· site:squidoo.com "add to this list"

· site:www.squidoo.com "Squidoo : Tags" KEYWORD

HubPages comments FootprintsCode:

· site:HubPages.com KEYWORD "Hot Hubs"

XOOPS FootprintsCode:

· inurl:userinfo.php?uid

· “powered by xoops”

· "Receive occasional email notices from administrators and moderators?"

BoonEx FootprintsCode:

· "Powered by Dolphin - Free Community Software"

CBOX FootprintsCode:

· "help · smilies · cbox"

· allintext:[get a cbox]

· smartgb.com Footprints

· Code:

· "Get your own free guestbook from smartgb.com"

Revou FootprintsCode:

· "Powered By ReVou Software"

· "groups" "Most popular" "All Groups" "Forgot your password?" "Powered By" "ReVou Software"

· "groups" "Most popular" "All Groups" "Forgot your password?" "Powered By"

· intitle:"what are you doing" "groups" "Most popular" "All Groups" "Forgot your password?" "Powered By" "revou"

· intitle:"what are you doing" "revou"

StatusNet Footprints


· "Powered by StatusNet"

· "1-64 lowercase letters or numbers, no punctuation or spaces. Required."

· "is a microblogging service brought to you by Status.net. It runs the StatusNet microblogging software, version"

INDEXU Footprints


· inurl:suggest_category.php

· inurl:top_rated.php

· "INDEXU 5.4.0"

Webmini Footprints


· inurl:p/0/asc

· inurl:a/0/asc

· Hurricane Footprints

· Code:

· Powered by Katalog Stron Hurricane V

FreeGlobes Footprints


· inurl:allcats.html

SEOKatalog Footprints


· "Powered by SEOKatalog"

Ning Footprints


· inurl:ning.com

· "social network platform"

· intext:http://www.ning.com/

· “Powered by Ning”

· “We use Ning ID for authentication.”

· “What is a Ning ID?”

· inurl: /main/authorization/signIn

· inurl: /main/authorization/signUp

Insoshi Footprints


· "powered by insoshi"

· Powered_by_insoshi_lightbg

· inurl:/password_reminders/new

· “Join Insoshi”

Link Building


· keyword sponsors

· keyword sponsorship

· keyword sponsor charity

· keyword benefactors

· keyword donate

· keyword donations

· keyword donors

· keyword "add url" / "add * url"

· keyword "add site" / "add * site"

· keyword "add website" / "add *website"

· keyword "submit url" / "submit * url"

· keyword "submit site" / "submit *site"

· keyword "submit website" / "submit * website"

· keyword "suggest url" / "suggest * url"

· keyword "suggest site" / "suggest site"

· keyword "suggest website" / "suggest * website"

· keyword "recommended links"

· keyword "recommended sites"

· keyword "recommended resources "

· keyword "favorite links"

· keyword "favorite sites"

· keyword bookmarks

· keyword resources

· "list * keyword * sites"

· "add comment" keyword / "add * comment"

· "post comment" keyword / "post * comment"

· keyword "leave a comment" / "leave * comment"

· keyword "no comments"

· keyword "notify me of follow-up comments"

· keyword "wiki" (site:.edu)

· keyword forum / keyword forums

· keyword discussion boards

· keyword members

· keyword join

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· keyword "advertiser testimonials"

· keyword "related URLs" / "* related URLs"

· keyword "related sites" / "* related sites"

· "your location" +"add url"

· "your location" +"submit site"

· "your location" +"suggest a site"

· "your location" +directory

Question and Answers Footprints 1Code:

· "All Shapado.com content and data are available under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 license"

· "Answer Questions or Ask a Question" -site:qhub.com +"KW"

· "©2012 Answers All right reserved"+"by WP-Answers." -site:wp-answers.com +intitle:"KW"

· +"powered by Answerbase" +"KW"

· +"powered by OSQA" +site:*/questions/ +"KW"

· "Powered by Question2Answer" +"asked * ago by" -site:question2answer.org +"KW"

· site:shapado.com/questions/ +"KW"

· Data Modelers QA is a community service provided by Datanamic.

· "Snow Theme by Q2A Market"

· "Theme Designed By: Pixel n Grain"

· "To see more, click for the full list of questions or popular tags."

· "Recent questions and answers" Question2Answer

· "Designed by Axiologic SaaS" Question2Answer

· "powered by ASKBOT"

· "Search tip: add tags and a query to focus your search"

· "Content on this site is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Share Alike 3.0 license." askbot

· "Hi, there! Please sign in" askbot

· "Powered by Qhub.com"

· "Answer Questions or Ask a Question"

· "Ask a question Provide Feedback"

· "Badges Explained" "Asked a question"

· "questions tags users badges unanswered" "ask a question"

· "You are welcome to start submitting your question anonymously."

Question and Answers Footprints 2Code:

· "powered by OSQA"

· "Powered by Question2Answer"

· "Powered by Shapado"

· "Powered by Shapado 4.1.0"

· "Answers Theme by Premium Wordpress Themes"

· "Powered by Qwench"

· "Question Answer Script"

· "Instant Q&A"

· "Question & Answers Wordpress Plugin by WP-Answers"

· "Question & Answers Wordpress Plugin"

· "by WP-Answers"

· "AnswerScript.com"

· "Powered by Agriya.com"

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iral Socializer Script FootprintsCode:

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· “I agree Terms of servises”

· “Export & Import favorites”

· "Discover the popular tags"

Unclassified NewsBoard FootprintsCode:

· "Powered by the Unclassified NewsBoard"

· intext:"Powered by the Unclassified NewsBoard" inurl:req=register

LifeType FootprintsCode:

· "Powered by LifeType" inurl:?op=Register -Sorry -disabled -??? -neuer -disabilitato -suspendus -????????

· "Powered by LifeType"

KickApps platform Footprints


· "You can join by using one of our existing provider accounts: "

· “Social Media Platform by KickApps”

· “Powered by KickApps”

· inurl:user/displayUserRegisterPage.kickAction

· Social Web CMS (SWCMS) Footprints

· [code"powered by socialwebcms"

· "powered by SWCMS"

· [/code]

Scraping Ezine Articles Author FootprintsCode:

· site:ezinearticles.com "author name"

Reff Pages FootprintsCode:

· "usage statistics" "Summary Period: September 2012"

· "usage statistics" "Summary Period: October 2012"

· "Generated by Webalizer"

· inurl:awstats.pl intitle:statistics

· "Created by awstats"

· inurl:usage_200811 html

· "produced by wusage"

· "inurl:twatch/latest" html

· inurl:stats/REFERRER.html

Showthread.php FootprintsCode:

· inurl:%KW% showthread.php

· intitle:%KW% showthread.php

· %KW% showthread.php

Ubb.threads FootprintsCode:

· inurl:%KW% "powered by ubb.threads"

· intitle:%KW% "powered by ubb.threads"

· %KW% "powered by ubb.threads"

Lofiversion FootprintsCode:

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· intitle:%KW% lofiversion

· %KW% lofiversion

Forumdisplay.php FootprintsCode:

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· intitle:%KW% /forumdisplay.php?

· %KW% /forumdisplay.php?

New thread FootprintsCode:

· inurl:%KW% new thread

· intitle:%KW% new thread

· %KW% new thread

New topic FootprintsCode:

· inurl:%KW% new topic

· intitle:%KW% new topic

· %KW% new topic

E-Mail Opt-in FootPrintsCode:

· "Sign up for email subscriptions"

· "Enter your email address to subscribe"

· "Join Our Email List"

· "Subscribe to our free email newsletter"

· "Enter email address to subscribe"

· "Subscribe for E-mail Updates"

· "Please enter your email address below to be added to our email list"

Few more Do-Follow Blogs FootprintsCode:

· "Please login to be Post Comments!"

· "Blog Comments Powered by Disqus"

· "Leave a new comment"

· "Comment on the Post"

· "Related content"

· "Enter your comment:"

· "Comments on this entry:"

· "Sign in to comment on this entry."

· "Comments (You may use HTML tags for style)"

· "Login or register to post comments"

· "Login or register to post or rate comments"

· "Leave a Reply" Name "(required)"' 'Mail (will not be published) "(required)"' "Website"

· "You must be registered and logged in to leave comments."

· "Sign in to Comment On this Entry"

Other Language Do-Follow Blogs FootprintsCode:

· "comentar"

· "Répondre a cet article"

· "Scrivi commento"

· "Anade un comentario"

· "Ajouter un commentaire"

· "Dejar un comentario"

· "Pridať komentár"

· "Komentáre"

· "Écrire un commentaire"

· "Dodaj nową odpowiedź"

(Video) Always Check for the Hidden API when Web Scraping

· "kommentarer"


What are the hidden Google tricks? ›

20 Secret Google Hacks You Need to Know
  • Googly Eyes. Type 'Googly Eyes' and hit enter or click search, and you'll see the Google logo get a pair of eyes which will follow your cursor around the page!
  • This is how Google rolls! ...
  • DVD screensaver. ...
  • Loch Ness Monster. ...
  • Old-fashioned Google. ...
  • Diwali. ...
  • Anagram. ...
  • Animal Sounds.
22 Jun 2022

How do you use search like a pro 10 Tips and Tricks for Google and beyond? ›

So here are some tips for better googling (as it's the most popular search engine) but many will work on other search engines too.
  1. Exact phrase. ...
  2. Exclude terms. ...
  3. Either OR. ...
  4. Synonym search. ...
  5. Search within a site. ...
  6. The power of the asterisk. ...
  7. Searching between two values. ...
  8. Search for word in the body, title or URL of a page.
15 Jan 2016

What is the best advice for effective search techniques? ›

In this article, we explore seven steps that you can take to pinpoint specific information online.
  • Vary Your Search Engine. ...
  • Use Specific Keywords. ...
  • Simplify Your Search Terms. ...
  • Use Quotation Marks. ...
  • Remove Unhelpful Words. ...
  • Refine Your Search Using Operators. ...
  • Avoid Search Pitfalls.

How do I get exact results on Google? ›

You can use symbols or words in your search to make your search results more precise. Google Search usually ignores punctuation that isn't part of a search operator. Don't put spaces between the symbol or word and your search term. A search for site:nytimes.com will work, but site: nytimes.com won't.

What is Google magic? ›

Its called “Google Magic”. It's a process by which Google classifies important emails from your inbox based on some secret algorithms and flags it as important by using a forward arrowed “yellow marker”.

What are the 10 Google Tricks? ›

10 cool Google tricks we bet you didn't know!
  • ​Offline dinosaur game. The game appears whenever the internet connection is cut off and help the users to pass the time. ...
  • Askew/Tilt. ...
  • ​Flip a coin. ...
  • ​Rush Zerg. ...
  • ​Google Orbit. ...
  • ​Google Pacman. ...
  • ​Google gravity. ...
  • ​Shake It Trick.
2 Aug 2022

How can I make Google like a pro? ›

Eight tips to Google like a pro
  1. Use quotation marks to search for webpages containing that exact phrase.
  2. Limit your results to news from standards-based sources.
  3. Use basic Boolean operators like “AND” and “OR” to combine search terms.
  4. Use parentheses to group operators and do even more sophisticated searches.

How do I get Google symbols? ›

Many users asked how to search symbols in Google search. In this article, we have explained how to filter search results using symbols and other operators. There are no special way to search specific symbol, you can type the name or pate the symbol and search for relevant results.

How do I Google a specific word? ›

Phrase Searches

You can search for an exact phrase or name in the following ways: By enclosing the phrase in quotation marks. The search appliance only returns documents that include the exact phrase you entered.

Why is effective searching important? ›

Search is an important part of the clinical information life-cycle. Effective search must make it quick and easy for users to accurately select the relevant content for data entry.

What are types of search techniques? ›

Effective Search Techniques
  • Keyword Searching. Use a keyword search to search all parts of a source for the words you enter in the search box. ...
  • Boolean Searching. ...
  • Subject Searching. ...
  • Limiters. ...
  • Phrase Searching. ...
  • Using References/Works Cited Lists.
20 Oct 2022

What are the 5 basic information search techniques? ›

General search techniques that can be used in most databases and search engines are briefly described below.
  • Subject headings. In various databases, subject headings are assigned to publications. ...
  • Fillers. ...
  • Combining search terms. ...
  • AND. ...
  • Nesting terms. ...
  • Phrase searching. ...
  • Proximity operators (NEAR, NEXT, ADJ) ...
  • Truncating words.

What has the most results on Google? ›

Top 100 Google searches in the U.S.
#KeywordSearch volume
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5 Oct 2022

What do you call someone who Googles everything? ›

A pantomath is a person who wants to know or knows everything. The word itself is not to be found in common online English dictionaries, the OED, dictionaries of obscure words, or dictionaries of neologisms.

How do I use Google wisely? ›

20 Google Search Tips to Use Google More Efficiently
  1. Use the tabs. ...
  2. Use quotes. ...
  3. Use a hyphen to exclude words. ...
  4. Use a colon to search specific sites. ...
  5. Find a page that links to another page. ...
  6. Use the asterisk wildcard. ...
  7. Find sites that are similar to other sites. ...
  8. Use Google search to do math.

Do a barrel roll A to Z? ›

Do a Barrel Roll(Z or R twice, or Do a Backflip) is an Easter egg which will cause the search results performing a 360-degree somersault before your eyes.

Is Gmail secure? ›

When possible, Gmail protects your info by automatically encrypting your emails, which turns them into a code during delivery. This security tool is called Transport Layer Security (TLS) and helps prevent others from reading your emails. Want to get more out of Google apps at work or school?

How does Google magic eraser work? ›

Google will automatically identify potentially unwanted objects and people in your photos and prompt you to remove them. Alternatively, you can doodle over an object to magically erase it from the photo.

How do I make Google look like 98? ›

To celebrate its 15th birthday, Google decided to share a neat Easter egg showing how Google used to look in 1998. To see it for yourself, go to Google and type “google in 1998” (without the quotes) into the search box. Sadly, you can't do an actual search on 1998 Google.

Does Google do magic tricks? ›

10 Magic Tricks with Google - YouTube

What Google searches have cool effects? ›

  • Googling 'tilt' or 'askew' This is an easy one. ...
  • 'Google gravity' The result of searching 'Google gravity' (Image: Google) ...
  • Search 'anagram' ...
  • 'Find Chuck Norris' ...
  • 'Do a barrel roll' ...
  • Thanos. ...
  • Flip a coin. ...
  • Roll a dice.
2 Oct 2019

How can I browse like a pro? ›

How to Search Google Effectively
  1. Use quotes to get an "EXACT" match. ...
  2. Search within a specific site with site: ...
  3. Exclude a term from search results with - ...
  4. Search images of a particular size with imagesize: ...
  5. Search for a particular filetype with filetype: ...
  6. Use wildcard * to make searches. ...
  7. Combine searches with OR , AND logic.
12 Aug 2022

How do you search for keywords? ›

How to Search a Website for Keywords
  1. Using Ctrl+F in the HTML.
  2. Using Google search operators.
  3. Using the website's search function.
  4. Using specific keyword tools.
28 Oct 2021

How can I search by image? ›

Search with an image saved on your phone
  1. On your Android phone, open the Google app .
  2. At the bottom, tap Discover.
  3. In the search bar, tap Google Lens .
  4. Take or upload a photo to use for your search: ...
  5. Select the area you want to use for your search: ...
  6. At the bottom, scroll to find your search results.

How do you identify a symbol? ›

To be called a symbol, an item must suggest a meaning different in kind from its literal meaning; a symbol is something more than its class or type. A symbol may have more than one meaning.

How do I use special characters in search? ›

For example, question marks (?) can be used as wildcard characters. To search for a special character that has a special function in the query syntax, you must escape the special character by adding a backslash before it, for example: To search for the string “where?”, escape the question mark as follows: “where\?”

Which symbol should be used to exclude a keyword from the search results? ›

Terms You Want to Exclude (-)

Using a hyphen immediately before a word tells Google that you do not want pages that contain this word to appear in your results. The hyphen should appear immediately before the word and should be preceded with a space.

What SEO means? ›

SEO means Search Engine Optimization and is the process used to optimize a website's technical configuration, content relevance and link popularity so its pages can become easily findable, more relevant and popular towards user search queries, and as a consequence, search engines rank them better.

How do I delete Google searches? ›

You can exclude a word from your search by putting a minus sign ("-") immediately in front of the term you want to exclude. Make sure you include a space before the minus sign. For example, the search: will return pages about bass that do not contain the word "music."

How do I search without a word? ›

Use the minus (-) sign to remove multiple words from any search result.
  1. With the minus sign, you're telling Google that you don't want to see any results that contain those particular words.
  2. Using quotation marks tells Google that you want to exclude any results that mention a specific phrase or term.
3 Aug 2022

Which search method is considered the most effective of finding information on the internet? ›

The answer is typically B - keywords and phrases. In most cases, you do not want to type in a long sentence or sentence fragment. Taking your search topic and translating it into the most important keywords that describe your topic is the most effective search technique.

Why is it important to determine your information topic and keywords before you start the process of finding information? ›

Before searching for information, you need to identify keywords related to your topic. The keywords you use have an impact on the results of your research. If the keywords you choose do not give you the results you need, try the others on your list or use the search strategies listed under Step 2.

How do you search using the internet? ›

How to search the Web. There are many different search engines you can use, but some of the most popular include Google, Yahoo!, and Bing. To perform a search, you'll need to navigate to a search engine in your web browser, type one or more keywords—also known as search terms—then press Enter on your keyboard.

Do you think learning search techniques is important? ›

Because these techniques are so important for getting good search results, you should take the time to understand them -- and use them. They will vastly improve your search results in information services and when searching the Internet.

What are advanced search tools? ›

Advanced search is a built-in feature of Google (and most search websites) that allows a user to specify additional requirements for a search. When used for searching the Web, an advanced search gives additional information to Google, which helps refine the search.

What are two types of advanced searches? ›

Advanced Search Techniques
  • What is Boolean Searching? Most searches will return too many or too few records. ...
  • Narrowing Searches. If your search returns too many records, you can narrow your search by adding more search terms. ...
  • Broadening Searches. ...
  • Proximity, Truncation and Wild Cards.

What is the difference between basic search and advanced search? ›

A basic search will work well when searching for broad topics or if you are just looking for books and ebooks. However, consider using the Advanced Search option, especially when looking for information which focuses on a specific aspect of a topic, or while searching for journal articles.

What are the two ways to search for information? ›

There are basically two different ways to search them. The all-in-one approach and the search history combination approach.

What's the most Googled word? ›

The winner of most popular keyword is Facebook, with over 1,102,800,000 searches per month. This is closely followed by YouTube, Amazon, and the weather, or "weather" for short.

Who's the most googled person 2022? ›

The 100 Most Searched People on Google in 2022
  • The most searched person on Google today: Queen Elizabeth (The Queen died in Sep 2022)
  • The most searched person on Google in 2022: Will Smith (Will smith holds the record for most Googled Person of 2022 after he slapped a fellow actor on stage at the Oscars in Mar 2022).
19 Sept 2022

Who is the most searched female on Google? ›

Kylie Jenner is officially the most searched female on the list with over four million searches in total and an average of 368,000 searches per month. The 24-year-old rose to fame in her family's show 'Keeping up with the Kardashians'.

Who has Googled my name? ›

While it's not possible to reveal who they are, you can at least use the same tools they're using. So, while you can't see who has Googled you, you can set up alerts whenever your name appears on a website, in a forum, or on social networks.

How do I find out if anyone is looking for me? ›

6 Easy Ways to Find Out Who's Looking for You Online
  1. LinkedIn Profile Views. ...
  2. Create Google Alerts for Your Name. ...
  3. 3. Facebook Story Viewers. ...
  4. 4. Facebook Friends Algorithm. ...
  5. Twitter Viewers. ...
  6. Create a Profile Site with Google Analytics.
26 Jun 2019

What happens when you use Google instead of your brain? ›

The Google effect, also known as digital amnesia, is the tendency to forget information that is readily available through search engines like Google. We do not commit this information to our memory because we know that this information is easy to access online.

How can I improve my searching skills on Google? ›

Here are some of his key tips:
  1. Think an extra second about what you are really asking for. ...
  2. Don't include your answer in a search. ...
  3. Use “context” search terms. ...
  4. Search by voice for a spelling. ...
  5. Pay attention to little words. ...
  6. Word order matters, too. ...
  7. Use image search when you're remodeling. ...
  8. Use image search when looking for a job.
2 Nov 2019

Why is it important to use the internet wisely? ›

In order to be successful, one has to know the positive and productive use of the internet. Using the internet positively means we can decide what is important for the day. The internet is a sea of data and information in which a little dip can speed up and change the way we live and do business.

What uses the most data? ›

What uses the most data on your mobile device? Streaming HD video content is by far the biggest perpetrator when it comes to draining your monthly mobile data allowance, however it's the combination of everything you do your mobile device which adds up to your overall data threshold.

How do you do the Google Easter egg? ›

10 of the coolest Google Easter eggs
  1. Blink html. Typing "blink html" into the Google will make all bold text blink. ...
  2. Do a Barrel roll. If you type "Do a barrel roll" into Google search, the search results will flip 360 degrees, a nod to Nintendo's Star fox games. ...
  3. "Beam me up, Scotty" ...
  4. Google 1998. ...
  5. Zerg Rush.

What Google searches have cool effects? ›

  • Googling 'tilt' or 'askew' This is an easy one. ...
  • 'Google gravity' The result of searching 'Google gravity' (Image: Google) ...
  • Search 'anagram' ...
  • 'Find Chuck Norris' ...
  • 'Do a barrel roll' ...
  • Thanos. ...
  • Flip a coin. ...
  • Roll a dice.
2 Oct 2019

How do I make Google look like 98? ›

To celebrate its 15th birthday, Google decided to share a neat Easter egg showing how Google used to look in 1998. To see it for yourself, go to Google and type “google in 1998” (without the quotes) into the search box. Sadly, you can't do an actual search on 1998 Google.

Which Google searches have special effects? ›

Google search Easter eggs
  • Search for Askew.
  • Search for Recursion.
  • Search for the answer to life the universe and everything.
  • Search for do a barrel roll.
  • Search for zerg rush.
  • Search for “text adventure“
  • Search for “conway's game of life“
  • Search for “anagram“
9 Oct 2018

Do a barrel roll A to Z? ›

Do a Barrel Roll(Z or R twice, or Do a Backflip) is an Easter egg which will cause the search results performing a 360-degree somersault before your eyes.

What is a hidden Easter egg? ›

Easter egg (media) is a term used to describe a message, image or feature hidden in a video game, film, or other that's usually an electronic medium. It's those little sneaky hidden messages in your favourite film that you love to spot and makes you go “ahhhh, clever!”.

What is cheat mode on Google Mini? ›

The Konami Code strikes again. Go to a Google search bar and using voice, search for “Up, Up, Down, Down, Left, Right, Left, Right.” And just like that, you'll have unlimited free Google searches. Of course this is tongue-in-cheek. It's just the latest hidden gem discovered within Google's tools.

What is Google Gravity trick? ›

The gravity trick in google is one of the many tricks that google can perform. This is a web application that takes control of the homepage on Google. This application will allow you to see the contents such as the search bar, the other options, buttons, languages, etc fall from the screen.

What word do you type in Google to make it spin? ›

Type “do a barrel roll” into Google, click “search”, and your browser window will do a 360-degree spin.

How do you change the color of the taskbar on a Chromebook? ›

Change your screen color yourself at any time
  1. To open Quick Settings, at the bottom right, select the time.
  2. Select Settings .
  3. In the "Device" section, select Displays.
  4. Under "Night Light," turn on Night Light.
  5. Under "Color temperature," adjust the color.

How do I change the Google logo? ›

That logo is used for all organizational units and domains in that account.
  1. Sign in to your Google Admin console. ...
  2. In the Admin console, go to Menu Account Account settings. ...
  3. To open the Personalization panel, click the Down arrow .
  4. Click Select file to upload and select the logo image on your computer.

How do I change the color of the Google logo in Chrome? ›

Change your browser color
  1. Open Chrome browser.
  2. On the right, click Customize .
  3. Go to Color and theme and select a color.
  4. Click Done.

How do I make cool things on Google? ›

10 Google tricks you need to try right away and we bet you are going to love these.
  1. Do a Barrel Roll. It is the best opportunity to surprise your friends with this. ...
  2. Askew/Tilt. ...
  3. Zerg Rush. ...
  4. Blink HTML. ...
  5. Party Like It's 1998. ...
  6. Shake It Trick. ...
  7. Atari Breakout. ...
  8. Recursion.
16 Feb 2019

What does the fox say Google trick? ›

Google Assistant

“OK Google. What does the Fox say?” – Gering-ding-ding-ding-dingeringeding. Or: “Wa-pa-pa-pa-pa-pa-pow!” Yes, try it out!


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