Search terms in a URL with Google:
This is another example of a specific location based search. Using the function inurl: will return results that contain certain terms in the website’s URL. For instance, inurl: geometry circles will search for phrases not in the text of the site, but in the URL of pages.
|Example of search for terms in a URL|
Find the Exact words in Google search engine:
Google automatically searches for synonyms. For example, it finds United States for a query on US, when you may be searching for Us Magazine. Sometimes, Google helps out a little too much and gives you a synonym when you don’t really want it. By attaching a + before a word e.g. +us magazine, you get an exact match for that word. It’s easier than putting quotes.
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