While most of use realise that we can and often do find almost anything via Google, what some of you may not realise is how well you can customise your searches. If you are just generally searching for the latest Kardashian news, you probably won't need this, however if you are searching at work and need to nail something down pretty quickly, these tips will help you do that.
Words In Text
To search for text that you know appears on a page (not the title or web page URL) you can type allintext: followed by the text you would like to search for. To us it you type allintext: followed by the words you want to look for with no space between the semi colon and the first word.
Search Term - allintext:geek queen
Result - I will get a result back that searches for website pages that contain the text geek and queen but not necessarily in that order, and will also show me results where the words are in the page but not necessarily in the same sentence or paragraph.
Search Term - allintext:"geek queen" (to be clear there is a semi colon not a full stop there)
Result - this will show me web pages that have geek queen as a term. IE "geek queen" appears on the page in as a phrase.
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