Hellen Oti July 29, 2015
Once upon a time, I had a very scary adventure on Google. Yes, I did the ultimate Google blunder—I started searching for a diagnosis to a small rash that I saw on my arm.
Turns out it was nothing really more than a mere allergic reaction, but before I got to this conclusion, I had gone through hundreds of forums, blogs, medical researches and articles that said it could be an early sign of a cancerous disease.
Trust me, I had a few terrifying days in front of my computer.
Hopefully you don’t take your medical advise from the web, but it can still be frustrating if you can’t find exactly what you are looking for when you do a search on Google. In some cases you might be looking for something that is not readily available on the Internet (in my case a real examination from a doctor in person).
While in some instances, you could be trying to figuratively find the needle in the haystack of search results. Knowing these quick Google search tips can help save you time and perhaps even some frustration.
Hack #1. Shortcut to finding all webpages from a Particular Website:
There are times when you might do a Google search to find something from a website that you know or think might have the information that you are looking for. When you don’t know the right keywords to put into Google to find the page on the website that you are looking for, searching through a list of indexed pages on Google can sometimes do the trick. To find all indexed pages for any website simple type in site: (website url) eg. To find all indexed pages for the MarketingWorld you would type: site:http://marketing-world.net
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