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Google Advanced Syntax Query

Posted by absnet on 26 February 2010

It can be denied, that google is the most popular search engine. Their search result is more complete compared to yahoo or bing, for example.  It’s argue-able, of course, but the news that yahoo and microsoft ready to work together to compete with google is a good proof for this.

I often found that my friend complaining about google search result, they said that google return result which is not they looking for. Actually there’s a little trick to increase your google result filtering. And here’s some of them:

[ intitle: ]
The “intitle:” syntax helps Google restrict the search results to pages containing that word in the title. For
example, “intitle: login password” (without quotes) will return links to those pages that has the word
"login" in their title, and the word "password" anywhere in the page.

Similarly, if one has to query for more than one word in the page title then in that case “allintitle:” can be
used instead of “intitle” to get the list of pages containing all those words in its title. For example using
“intitle: login intitle: password” is same as querying “allintitle: login password”.

[ inurl: ]
The “inurl:” syntax restricts the search results to those URLs containing the search keyword. For
example: “inurl: passwd” (without quotes) will return only links to those pages that have "passwd" in the
URL.

Similarly, if one has to query for more than one word in an URL then in that case “allinurl:” can be used
instead of “inurl” to get the list of URLs containing all those search keywords in it. For example: “allinurl:
etc/passwd“ will look for the URLs containing “etc” and “passwd”. The slash (“/”) between the words will
be ignored by Google.


[ site: ]
The “site:” syntax restricts Google to query for certain keywords in a particular site or domain. For
example: “exploits site:hackingspirits.com” (without quotes) will look for the keyword “exploits” in those
pages present in all the links of the domain “hackingspirits.com”. There should not be any space between
“site:” and the “domain name”.


[ filetype: ]
This “filetype:” syntax restricts Google search for files on internet with particular extensions (i.e. doc, pdf
or ppt etc). For example: “filetype:doc site:gov confidential” (without quotes) will look for files with “.doc”
extension in all government domains with “.gov” extension and containing the word “confidential” either in
the pages or in the “.doc” file. i.e. the result will contain the links to all confidential word document files on
the government sites.


[ link: ]
“link:” syntax will list down webpages that have links to the specified webpage. For Example:
“link:www.securityfocus.com” will list webpages that have links pointing to the SecurityFocus homepage.
Note there can be no space between the "link:" and the web page url.

[ related: ]
The “related:” will list web pages that are "similar" to a specified web page. For Example:
“related:www.securityfocus.com” will list web pages that are similar to the Securityfocus homepage. Note
there can be no space between the "related:" and the web page url.


[ cache: ]
The query “cache:” will show the version of the web page that Google has in its cache. For Example:
“cache:www.hackingspirits.com” will show Google’s cache of the Google homepage. Note there can be
no space between the "cache:" and the web page url.
If you include other words in the query, Google will highlight those words within the cached document. For
Example: “cache:www.hackingspirits.com guest” will show the cached content with the word "guest"
highlighted.


[ intext: ]
The “intext:” syntax searches for words in a particular website. It ignores links or URLs and page titles.
For example: “intext:exploits” (without quotes) will return only links to those web pages that has the
search keyword "exploits" in its webpage.


[ phonebook: ]
“phonebook” searches for U.S. street address and phone number information. For Example:
“phonebook:Lisa+CA” will list down all names of person having “Lisa” in their names and located in
“California (CA)”. This can be used as a great tool for hackers incase someone want to do dig personal
information for social engineering.

Addition

This is a little trick that work for me:

If you want a sentence to be search instead of part of their string, then put the sentence in double quote. For example, you want to search ENGINEERING EBOOKS, then you should write : “engineering ebooks”.

To expand this knowledge, suppose you want to search google adsense books only  from rapidshare.com, you can write something like this GOOGLE ADSENSErapidshare.com/files”. All this work for any site. The most important is, try to find unique pattern from a search.

Happy searching…

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Internet Job Available for Freelance Programmer

Posted by absnet on 24 February 2010

If you’re a programmer, beside gathering information from internet, you can get money in your pocket by offering your skill to help other. There’s many possibility available, but here’s some web list you can start to promote yourself.

RentACoder – If you’re a good programmer, there’s many jobs posted by software buyer. Just sign in for free, and you’ll find many jobs available for you. Bid any job there, if they deal with your offer, then you can start coding. And after finish, RentACoder will charge you 7.5 – 15% from all successful transaction. Typical bid Range $100 – $500

RentACoder

DesignQuote – If you’re freelance programmers or web designers, you can get new client leads daily through this site. First you must purchase credits which are used to buy the lead. Higher budgets require more credits. Then designers contact clients directly via phone or email, which there are never more than 7 other designers bidding on a project. Once you get a client, they are yours forever. And you will never pay a commission or subscription. Bid Range Over $2000

iFreelance – Many available opportunities for programmers, web designers and graphic artists. Here, they charge you $4.69 to $9 /month, depend on membership type you choose. You can bid as many job as you want in any type of membership, and they don’t charge you for success job at all.

Heritage Web Solutions – Hosting company that hires freelance designers and programmers to build their customers sites. Must submit your portfolio for consideration. This site has a requirement that you must be 18 years old, and a U.S. citizen to apply. (All freelance employees must have a USB headset to contact clients through our in-house VOIP phone system)

Freelance Auction – Freelance web designers can place bids on proposals. Requires you pay them a commission from your earnings if you get the job for 10% or $10, whichever greater.

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Spice up your Chrome with Themes

Posted by absnet on 24 February 2010

Do you use Google chrome?. Yes, I’m Google Chrome addict, because of it’s fast and wide appearance. Fast eh?. If you don’t believe me, there’s some logical explanation about how fast and how good Google chrome performance compared to other in what-is-the-fastest-browser-today article.

Now, there’s something more. You can colorize your Chrome appearance with many choices of themes. Check it out yourself in this address. You can choose user submitted theme or standard theme. To apply a theme, just a button click.google chrome theme

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TWO ALTERNATIVES TO GET MONEY WHILE SEARCHING

Posted by Hari Saryono on 2 May 2009

I’ve search and got 2 website which give you such amount of money while you search as usual. This can be interesting, but please, check whether this program available for your country

 

1. Homepage-Friends

Available for : United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Australia, Thailand, Singapore, Indonesia, Philippine, Vietnam Malaysia Canada 

How it works?
If you search using Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox, set your account address as your first page. Search with the 3 box available for search in your account homepage. The Yahoo result will be appear in new tab. Yes, your search result is from Yahoo if you use this service. Each time you search, you’ll be paid. The Homepage-friends promises to split their revenue from your search 50%. It’s about £0.01 – £0.02. If you refer friends, this search will award you with 3 tiers revenue, 10% from first referral, 5% from 2nd referral and 2.5 % from 3rd referral.

How much can I earn?

How much money received clearly depends upon how much you use the service for your typical day to day Internet searches. Based upon our experience to date we estimate that the average user regularly searching the internet could readily raise in excess of £50 per year.
If you want to see how you can really start to earn for yourself by referring your friends and family. It’s important that you don’t post unsolicited emails or web advertisements; if we get complaints we may have to disallow searches and/or terminate your account. Remember it’s all completely free all you need to do is sign up, start searching and tell your friends!

Based on  5 searches a day and 10 friends, your possible earnings are as follows:

In one month your searches will earn £1.50
In one year your searches will earn £18.25

In one month if 10 of your friends also did 5 searches you will earn £3.00
In one year if 10 of your friends also did 5 searches you will earn £36.50

In one month if 10 of your friends also did 5 searches and in turn 10 of their friends did the same you will earn £10.50
In one year if 10 of your friends also did 5 searches and in turn 10 of their friends did the same you will earn £127.75

In one month if 10 of your friends also did 5 searches and in turn 10 of their friends did the same and in turn 10 of their friends did the same you will earn £48.00!
In one year if 10 of your friends also did 5 searches and in turn 10 of their friends did the same and in turn 10 of their friends did the same you will earn £584.00!

How do I get paid?

Sign in to your account and tell us how you want to be paid: either into your bank account or via PayPal. We pay you every 30 days, 45 days after each month end. e.g. For searches in January we pay you in mid March. There is a £20 minimum payment, so if you have not reached this amount in any month we will hold the payment over to the next month.

So, don’t be late, register yourself here, and start searching.

  Here’s what I got for 7 days following this programday-4 My Search story is as follows:

Day 1 : 4 searches – 0.01 accumulation 0.01
Day 2 : 77 searches – 0.08 accumulation 0.09
Day 3 : 46 searches – 0.15 accumulation 0.24
Day 4 : 41 searches – 0.15 accumulation 0.39
Day 5 : 47 searches – 0.13 accumulation 0.53
Day 6 : 57 searches – 0.18 accumulation 0.71
Day 7 : 20 searches – 0.07 accumulation 0.78

2. Scour

Earn money with Scour! Available for : Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, U.S., and U.K

How it Works? :You got point every time you search, give comment on search result and vote a search result. Maximum point on 1 search is 3 points and maximum search which given point in a day is 300 points. Points can be redeemed to VISA GIFT CARD, as follows:

  • 6,500 Rewards Points may be redeemed for a $25.00
  • 12,500 Rewards Points may be redeemed for a $50.00
  • 25,000 Rewards Points may be redeemed for a $100.00

6500 searches for $25?. It can be reach without having referral in 22 days. So, what do you waiting for?. Sign up yourself here and start searching.

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