• Rachel Kruse

    Thanks for sharing !! Such a great research for advance users.

  • http://sumware.com/ Maureen Greenbaum

    I think you are wrong about AND – that is Google’s default
    see https://support.google.com/websearch/answer/136861?hl=en
    You need OR if you want either term but Google does AND automatically otherwise
    @sumware

  • Afiq Zahi

    plz also visite here

    http://www.thatlive.com

  • Afiq Zahi

    plz also visite here

    http://www.thatlive.com

  • Nancy Caton

    You left out ~keyword, where it searches for your search items on pages related to the keyword…

  • J. Frazier

    This would be a really great article except any time I enclose anything “in quotes” I still get results that contain one or the words or have everything but in a different order. I’ve even clicked the search options button and moved my search terms to the this exact phrase section and still have trouble getting Google to search correctly.

  • J. Frazier

    This would be a really great article except any time I enclose anything “in quotes” I still get results that contain one or the words or have everything but in a different order. I’ve even clicked the search options button and moved my search terms to the this exact phrase section and still have trouble getting Google to search correctly.

  • http://pageonepower.com/ Jon Ball

    Hey Nancy, Google recently cut the ~ search modifier for lack of use. Sad, since it was legitimately useful. http://searchengineland.com/google-drops-another-search-operator-tilde-for-synonyms-164403

  • Nancy Caton

    Well bother. I liked the ~ synonym.