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- A bug in Google Link Search?
November 11, 2005, 4:49 pm
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1. According to the Googleguide below, we can find the links to the
Google home page not on Google's own site by the search terms:
The result came out as 9,530 pages.
And we all know that finding the links to the Google is:
which came out as 3,830,000 pages.
So can we say that the pages which have links to www.google.com and are
in the site of google.com is around 3,830,000-9,530, which is
We executed this search by link:www.google.com +site:google.com,
coming out as 44 web pages.
Is that weird?
2. We continued to do another test on the same mechanism.
link:www.nsdl.org -site:nsdl.org which came out only one result. It is
obviously incorrect since if we do the link:www.nsdl.org. We can find a
bunch of web pages linking to this nsdl.org but not belong to itself.
So can anybody answer about this?