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March 14, 2005, 12:11 pm
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hundreds of thousands of sites and you sit there pecking away at the
keyboard, page after page, trying to find something relevant. Using
basic operators like OR, grouping by parenthesis and synonyms certainly
help. But, there is something else very simple that you can use in many
cases that will greatly reduce the results list to just the best
What I'm talking about is being able to have Google bypass the page
text that is filled with who-knows-what, and search just within the
titles of the pages with the use of the very powerful "intitle:"
and "allintitle:" operators. These little gems will ignore all the
text, the URL, the Meta keywords and everything else except the actual
page title. Why does this work so well? You see, web sites insert a
title in each of their pages. These titles are are chosen very
carefully to best reflect the content of the page so that the search
engines will properly index it and will display a meaningful title in
the search results page.
So, using these operators will pull up only the pages that have the
words you are looking for right in the title. Pages that merely mention
your keywords in their text will be ignored. Only the most focused will
We'll start with "alltitle:"....
To read the entire article, go here: http://www.googletutor.com/?p=45