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Bookmarklet to take broad search and simply make it an inurl:" "+intitle:" " search

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by giveitlegs, Jul 29, 2013.

  1. giveitlegs

    giveitlegs Regular Member

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    Dir. of IT for a really big hotel company
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    Orlando / New York
    I am always so busy that it's shameful I have not really been able to give too much back to this community but here's an easy little tidbit using jQuery (mods can move this to programming / Js if they feel it's proper there - but the snippet is the one I use for whitehat research on keywords hence my post of it here).

    Basically all it does is take your broad search (see image below of example search on monkey training)...

    2013-07-28_21h07_51.png

    And when clicked, is uses some jQuery to simply make it an inurl:"monkey training"+intitle:"monkey training" search in the google search bar (you still have to hit enter after it though)...

    2013-07-28_21h10_28.png

    to this

    2013-07-28_21h11_31.png

    Here is the code below... to add it in Firefox you can just Right Click on the Bookmarks Toolbar Area

    2013-07-28_21h13_33.png

    Then fill in the Name (use something intuitive) and Location (where you paste the code)...

    2013-07-28_21h15_04.png

    Then click 'Add' and that's it. It will reside up on your Bookmark Toolbar Area now and you can drag it wherever you feel it will get the most use.

    CODE HERE:

    Code:
    javascript:(function(e,a,g,h,f,c,b,d){if(!(f=e.jQuery)||g>f.fn.jquery||h(f)){c=a.createElement("script");c.type="text/javascript";c.src="http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/"+g+"/jquery.min.js";c.onload=c.onreadystatechange=function(){if(!b&&(!(d=this.readyState)||d=="loaded"||d=="complete")){h((f=e.jQuery).noConflict(1),b=1);f(c).remove()}};a.documentElement.childNodes[0].appendChild(c)}})(window,document,"1.3.2",function($,L){var%20getgoogleterm%20=%20$('#gbqfq').val();%20%20var%20googleterm%20=%20'inurl:\"'%20+%20getgoogleterm%20+'\"%20+%20intitle:\"'+getgoogleterm+'\"';%20$('#gbqfq').val(googleterm);%20$('#gbqfq').focus();});
    Easy but helpful for quick checks on things when researching, least for me,... sometimes I run into a weird phrase on the fly that I just want to check that on without loading it into one of my desktop apps for research)...

    Have fun. ;)
     
  2. cyclothunder

    cyclothunder Newbie

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    Nice Stuff. Thanks for sharing mate!

    One question, don't know if you can code or if you found it but can get the code for adding &start=990 for the current search?
    This would also be very nice ;)