GOOGLE search two

syntax such as "Jin Yong   site:edu.sina.com.cn/1/" is wrong.    

"link" syntax returns all links to a URL. ".     />

note: "mixed operation link" not with other grammar, so after "link:" even if there are spaces, will be ignored by GOOGLE.    

inurl syntax to return to the web link contains the first key word, the key word appears in the link or web document. There are many sites to a class with the same attribute resource name is displayed in the directory name or the name of the page, such as "MP3", "GALLARY", then you can find the relevant links, and then using INURL syntax, with second words to determine whether there is a specific data. The biggest difference between the INURL syntax and the basic search syntax is that the former usually provides very accurate thematic data.    


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