miércoles, 14 de diciembre de 2016

Cómo sacarle partido al buscador de Google (Google Power User)

La mayoría usamos como herramienta para buscar información en Internet, el motor de búsquedas de Google, sin embargo, son pocos los usuarios que saben cómo sacarle el mayor partido a sus búsquedas de información.

A continuación, aquí les dejo los operadores (mejores atajos) para realizar de una manera más eficiente tus búsquedas a través de Google:

Search operators

Search exact phrases

If you’re looking for an exact phrase, use quotation marks.
“let them eat cake”
Exclude a word

Add a hyphen before a word to exclude a search term. This is useful if you are searching for a word with several meanings.
inception -movie
Search within a site

Get results from certain domains. recipes
Search similar

Find sites with similar content to a URL you already know.
Search for words in text

Find pages where the all terms appear in the text.
allintext: holidays hot bargain
Find pages where the one terms appear in the text, and other terms appear elsewhere in the document (e.g. title or URL)
john lennon intext:liverpool
Search for words in title

Find pages whose title contains all words in the search.
allintitle: the big lebowski review
Find pages whose title contains a particular word in the title, with other terms appearing elsewhere in the document (e.g. in the text or URL)
flu shot intitle:help
Search for words in URL

Find pages with the search query mentioned in the URL.
allinurl: bbc news
Find news related to a particular location

Use this on Google News to find stories coming from a particular location.
prince george location:auckland
Search for a particular filetype

Google will restrict results to pages that end in
annual report 2014 filetype:pdf
Search for a number range

Separate numbers by two periods to see results that contain numbers in the given range.
dslr $300..$500

An asterisk works as a wildcard, and helps you find the missing word in a phrase.
there is a * that never goes *
Either word

If you want to find pages with one of several words, use a capitalized OR. Without OR, results would show pages that include all the terms.
olympics 2012 OR 2016
Aside from the examples above, Google doesn’t usually recognize punctuation and grammar. However, punctuation and symbols that do work in Google search include:

+ when searching for things such as blood type
@ when searching for social tags
& when searching for strongly connected ideas and phrases
% when searching for percent values
$ when searching for prices
# when searching for trending topics that use hashtags
when searching for words that are strongly connected
Google Search Features

Google also has a few special search features that will help you find what you’re looking for, faster.


weather brooklyn
Stock Quotes

Current Time

time melbourne
Sports Scores

manchester united
Sunrise & Sunset Times

sunset honolulu


10 miles to km

define jingoism

translate to
translate pomme to English
Flight Statuses

BA 117
Film Showings

movies M11EZ
Package Tracking

IP Address

ip address
.. will give you your public IP address.

Ver Infografía con estos operadores: How to be a Google Power User

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