Google Search Paramater hacks
I've noticed in my logs that some requests coming from Google contain a parameter called "source" (users of Google Search, not Googlebot). For instance: 207-119-170-235.dyn.centurytel.net - - [23/Apr/2009:17:22:36 +0200] "GET /martin/howto-tunneling-via-proxy.html HTTP/1.1" 200 0 "http://www.google.com/url?sa=t& source=web &ct=res&cd=8&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.monperrus.net%2Fmartin%2Fhowto-tunneling-via-proxy.html&ei=nIXwSaTDGoLyMu_fvbYP&rct=j&q=howto+setup+a+proxy+tunnel&usg=AFQjCNGEx7moRLs0QriYmzbb8ApXMqvcvw" "Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 6.0; en-US; rv:220.127.116.11) Gecko/2009040821 Firefox/3.0.9" The first time I saw them was: source=ig: [06/Feb/2007:22:52:21 +0100] source=web: [23/Apr/2009:17:22:36 +0200] source=hp: [20/Aug/2009:21:13:30 +0200]
We all know the Google Advanced Search page that lets you refine your searches and find what you need faster.
Cool list I found of 101 Google tricks! Starts a little slow, but there are some neat tips here. 1.
Yes, I really do believe people reading this might be sad enough to answer "yes" to the question "Ever wanted to know how to construct your own Google search strings?"
In order to find out the current status of the website and what to do in future in terms of SEO, we have to analyse the website deeply. The big internet giant Google has provided some set of operators which helps you to know more about the important factors like indexing, cache status, backlinks, etc. Some advanced search operators will help you to filter the search results based on your needs.