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Google Explains inurl


By hagrin - Posted on 05 August 2006

Matt Cutts, who is on a posting spree today, has posted a guide to understanding the results when doing a inurl:www.mydomain.com search using Google's search engine. As Matt states - "The inurl: operator is one of the most misunderstood features of Google, especially when discussing hijacking".

Matt seems to be posting all this information in preperation of people bombarding him with people asking about the move to the Bigdaddy datacenter. Make sure to read through his inurl FAQ. Of note for me, I didn't know that a combination of inurl:www.mydomain.com and -site:www.mydomain.com would yield all the results where mydomain exists in the URL, but that aren't parked at mydomain. Very interesting.

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