Using the Google allinurl Operator

Searching for information, services or products online can be extremely frustrating for consumers. They often have to wade through results page after results page to finally get to what they are searching for.

This inherent inefficiency does not benefit online marketing and SEO efforts, which in turn does not benefit retailers and other companies and organizations that conduct online business. One step Google programmers have taken to help limit irrelevant search results is allowing Google users to restrict their search results to websites that have the search query terms in the website’s URL.

This search command tool is known as the AllinURL operator. Users would simply begin their Google search with “allinurl: followed by their search terms. For example, typing allinurl: accredited classes will limit search results to URL’s with the words accredited classes.

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