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Some basic search techniques for 'Google search'

Some basic search techniques for 'Google search'-gonna help you to save your valuable time..Try this out!!!!

[red rose] shows pages with the words red and/or rose in them, in the title, or used in the anchor text to link the page. These words may not be near each other ,this is known as proximity.

["red rose"] shows pages with the words red and rose on them, in the title, or used in the anchor text to link the page. These words must be next to each other and in the exact same order. This type of query is called as an exact phrase match.

[red or rose] shows pages with the words red or rose on them, in the title, or used in the anchor text to link the page.

[red and rose] shows pages with the words red and rose on them, in the title, or used in the anchor text to link the page. Both these words must occur in one of the cases, but can occur in any order.

[red -rose] shows pages with the words red on them, in the title, or used in the anchor text to link the page. The page, title and anchor text must not have the word rose in them It’s very important that the minus sign [-] be next to the word without a space. This is known as negative search term.

[red ~rose] shows pages with the word red on them, in the title, or used in the anchor text to link the page. this will also returns documents with synonyms for the word next to the tilde [~] (in this case rose) on the page, in the title or in the anchor text to the page.

[define: red] It will give you definitions for the word [red] and links to pages with definitions.