Mastering Google & LiVE Search ENGINE<br />Rithesh Nair<br />http://researchersecrets.com<br />http://www.linkedin.com/in/...
Search ENGINES (Google/Live)– What is it?<br />2<br /><ul><li>Search Engine = Information
Billions of Pages = Resources = Sourcing
Sourcing= Recruiting</li></li></ul><li>Why Use Multiple Search Engines?<br />The overlapping links varies for each engines...
http://researchersecrets.com<br />4<br />STOP WORDS<br />All search engines ignore "stop" or “noise” words because they ha...
Keyword Quick Tips<br /><ul><li>Put your most important keywords first in the string.
Most search engines are insensitive to whether you use upper, lower, or mixed cases in your search. 
Start with basic search and keep filtering
Keep trying different ways to write  the keyword</li></ul>http://researchersecrets.com<br />5<br />
http://researchersecrets.com<br />6<br />COMPARING – Search Engines<br />
Boolean Operators<br />AND / +<br />The ANDoperator delivers results that contain both the first term and the second term....
http://researchersecrets.com<br />8<br />Modifiers<br />Quotations  “ “ - Quotation is used to find an exact phrase or tit...
BASIC GOOGLE OPERATORS<br /><ul><li>AND (JUST A SPACE IN GOOGLE)
OR = |
NOT =  -
()
“ “
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  1. 1. Mastering Google & LiVE Search ENGINE<br />Rithesh Nair<br />http://researchersecrets.com<br />http://www.linkedin.com/in/rithesh<br />1<br />
  2. 2. Search ENGINES (Google/Live)– What is it?<br />2<br /><ul><li>Search Engine = Information
  3. 3. Billions of Pages = Resources = Sourcing
  4. 4. Sourcing= Recruiting</li></li></ul><li>Why Use Multiple Search Engines?<br />The overlapping links varies for each engines- It means that Searchers relying on a single search engine are missing a vast amount of web content that they could easily find simply by trying their queries on other search engines. <br />http://researchersecrets.com<br />3<br />
  5. 5. http://researchersecrets.com<br />4<br />STOP WORDS<br />All search engines ignore "stop" or “noise” words because they have minimal informational value and are found so commonly in all language.<br />
  6. 6. Keyword Quick Tips<br /><ul><li>Put your most important keywords first in the string.
  7. 7. Most search engines are insensitive to whether you use upper, lower, or mixed cases in your search. 
  8. 8. Start with basic search and keep filtering
  9. 9. Keep trying different ways to write the keyword</li></ul>http://researchersecrets.com<br />5<br />
  10. 10. http://researchersecrets.com<br />6<br />COMPARING – Search Engines<br />
  11. 11. Boolean Operators<br />AND / +<br />The ANDoperator delivers results that contain both the first term and the second term.<br />Example :resume AND J2EE AND struts<br />Google:resume j2ee struts<br />OR / | <br />The OR operator delivers results that contain either the first term or the second term or both. <br />Example :resume OR CV AND J2ee AND struts<br />Google:resume | cv j2ee struts <br />NOT / - <br />The NOT operator will deliver documents that contain the first word, but do not contain the second. <br />Example : resume OR CV AND J2ee AND struts -job –apply<br />Google:resume | cv j2ee struts -job -apply<br />http://researchersecrets.com<br />7<br />
  12. 12. http://researchersecrets.com<br />8<br />Modifiers<br />Quotations “ “ - Quotation is used to find an exact phrase or title match.<br />Ex:resume | cv "project manager" j2ee -job –apply<br />Parentheses( )- Use parentheses to group search queries and build more complicated search strings. <br />Ex:(resume | cv | vitae) "project manager" j2ee (struts | swing)<br />Wildcards *-A wild card will find variations in spelling or different endings.<br />Ex:(resume | cv | vitae) j2ee "software * engineer" –jobs<br />Tilde~ - Finds synonyms | related words<br />Ex: ~cv j2ee ("project manager" | "software * engineer“)<br />
  13. 13. BASIC GOOGLE OPERATORS<br /><ul><li>AND (JUST A SPACE IN GOOGLE)
  14. 14. OR = |
  15. 15. NOT = -
  16. 16. ()
  17. 17. “ “
  18. 18. ~ Tilde
  19. 19. * WILD CARD</li></ul>http://researchersecrets.com<br />9<br />
  20. 20. http://researchersecrets.com<br />10<br />ADVANCED SEARCHES<br />intitle – Searches for a specific word in the Title of the Page<br />Intitle:resume j2ee (“project manager”| "software * engineer") (swing | struts ) -job –apply<br />inurl - searches for a specific word in the URL of the Page<br />inurl:resume j2ee (“project manager”| "software * engineer") (swing | struts ) -job –apply<br />Want better results? Combine intitle & inurl<br />
  21. 21. specific file types<br />Narrow your search by looking for specific file types: Good for weeding out HTML files, and job postings.<br />Word = Doc<br />PDF = PDF<br />PPT = PowerPoint<br />XLS = Excel<br />TXT = Text<br />RTF = Rich Text Format<br />(intitle:resume | inurl:resume | intitle:cv | inurl:cv | intitle:vitae | inurl:vitae) ("sap retail" | sap.fico | sap=crm | "sap *") filetype:doc (NJ | new.jersey) -jobs -job<br />http://researchersecrets.com<br />11<br />
  22. 22. Google Site Command<br />site:will search the contents of a specific site only<br />For example: site:linkedin.com accenture sap chicago Will only search www.linkedin.com and will only find Information with the words, Accenture, SAP and Chicago.<br />http://researchersecrets.com<br />12<br />
  23. 23. Live Search<br />http://researchersecrets.com<br />13<br />Boolean Operators:- ( )“ “NOT- AND &OR |<br />Live strings are similar to Google.<br />Examples:<br />Intitle<br />(intitle:resume | intitle:cv | intitle:vitae) j2ee “new york”<br />filetype<br />resume (filetype:doc | filetype:rtf OR filetype:pdf) j2ee new.york<br />Intitle and filetype<br />(intitle:resume | intitle:cv | intitle:vitae) filetype:doc j2ee new.york<br />
  24. 24. 14<br />Modifiers<br />inbody: Finds words in the body of the page<br />intitle: Finds words in the title of the page (same as Google)<br />inurl: Finds words in the URL (same as Google)<br />contains: Will only bring up results that have a link to the file type<br />filetype: will only bring up the specific file type you are asking<br />EXAMPLES<br />intitle:resume J2EE contains:doc -job -jobs -send -submit –you<br />intitle:resume J2EE filetype:doc -job -jobs -send -submit –you<br />inbody:resume J2EE -job -jobs -send -submit -you<br />intitle:resume J2EE -job -jobs -send -submit –you<br />(inurl:cv | intitle:cv) J2EE -job -jobs<br />http://researchersecrets.com<br />
  25. 25. http://researchersecrets.com<br />15<br />Other Ways<br />(using me and my)<br />sap resume (me | my) -job -jobs -submit –you<br />2. (using –send and –you)<br />sap (filetype:pdf | filetype:doc | filetype:rtf) resume -job -jobs -send -submit -you<br />3. (using loc:US = pages from the United States<br />(*@aol.com | *@gmail.com | *@hotmail.com | *@yahoo.com) "deloitte consulting" (sap | oracle) loc:US<br />4. Intitle:skill<br />intitle:sap (resume | cv | vitae) (tx | texas) -job –jobs<br />intitle:j2ee (resume | cv | vitae) -tutorial -job -jobs<br />
  26. 26. http://researchersecrets.com<br />16<br />Other Live Features<br /><ul><li>inanchor: returns results in the anchor, body, title, or web address of the site
  27. 27. inanchor:resume j2ee new.york -job –jobs
  28. 28. loc: returns web pages from a specific country or region
  29. 29. contains:doc (resume | cv | vitae) j2ee loc:US
  30. 30. (resume | cv |vitae) loc:US New York j2ee -jobs –job
  31. 31. language: searches in a specific language
  32. 32. resume j2ee montreal language:fr
  33. 33. site: searches only the site you specify (same as Google)
  34. 34. site:linkedin.com (deloitte| pwc)</li></li></ul><li>Rithesh Nair<br />http://researchersecrets.com<br />

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