Search Words in Specific Places
Another great tool to search for the information you want, is looking for words that appear in specific places.
What I mean by this is that you use Google to search for words that appear on the title, the body of the article, or on the URL. Here’s how you can do it:
- Use intitle to look for words that appear in the title of any web page. For example, you can write iPhone intitle:elbow, and you’ll get a bunch of results with a title about the so-called iPhone Elbow “condition.” Don’t ask me why I searched that, it was the first thing that came to mind.
- You can also use allintitle to look for several words in the same title at once. For instance, you can write allintitle:iPhone design price, and you’ll get a bunch of titles with those words in it.
- With inurl you can look for keywords that appear specifically in any URL. Also, just like with the title, you can use allinurl to look for any number of words that appear in the same URL.
- Finally, you can use intext or allintext to look for specific words on any web page or blog post.