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Google operator???

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by lastsamurai, Oct 19, 2011.

  1. lastsamurai

    lastsamurai Newbie

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    Hi,

    Are you aware of any google operator for country? I mean if I want results form only USA, what operator can I use?

    Cheers!

    LS
     
  2. lastsamurai

    lastsamurai Newbie

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    Anyone?
     
  3. websitezbuilder

    websitezbuilder Regular Member

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    What do you mean operator?
     
  4. lastsamurai

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    p.e. inurl:chocolate
     
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  5. Neo240

    Neo240 Power Member

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    Yes there is. I see you posted it on WF too. Anyway i forgot the exact one but i will tell you how to get it.

    When u search a query notice the address bar...at the end you will find something like &US or something. just add that part to your address bar after deleting the country id and you will get US results.

    It would be easier if someone from us performs a search and completely copy paste the address bar content here. Then you will understand easily.
     
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  6. soma56

    soma56 Regular Member

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    By default Google will use your IP address to determine your location and provide the appropriate ‘engine' accordingly. That being said if you're in Peru your main google page will be hxxp://www.google.com.pe. If you want to base your searches in the United states you can either specific request the ‘.com' Google page from google in your browser or include a country code with your search string.

    To go to Google ‘USA' from whatever country you're hailing from simply type in google.com/ncr in your browser.

    To add the country code to your search query or string you first need to know the country code that you want. Here is a list:

    hxxp://code.google.com/apis/adwords/docs/appendix/countrycodes.html

    Let's take the country Argentina for example. Its country code is ‘AR'. I would then add this country code after the word ‘country' within my query like so:

    hxxp://www.google.com/search?q=soma56+rocks&cr=countryAR

    The alternative, and something that you may find more effective is to base your searches from the Google country engine rather then including a country code:

    hxxp://www.google.com.ar

    I hope that answers your question.
     
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  7. lastsamurai

    lastsamurai Newbie

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    Very interesting guys...but...

    Is there a kind of Google Operator that integrates this country specific search that I can use as a footpint for Scrapebox?