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How do I have Google only search through the top 10 results of any keyword?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by ray2003, Jul 20, 2015.

  1. ray2003

    ray2003 Newbie

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    Hi, I have a quick question. How do I have Google only search through the top 10 results of any keyword? For example, if I type "Nikon" and I ONLY want to see how many THESE results have the word "pcmag" in the title, how do I do this?

    I could, of course, type in, "nikon inurl: pcmag". But this will show all the results on the internet with "Nikon" anywhere on the page and "pcmag" in the url of the page. This is not what I want. I want Google to first return the top 10 results for "Nikon" then within those results, find which URLs have "pcmag" in them, if any (it should return only 1 since search result 6 is the pcmag's URL).

    Anyone have any ideas?
     
  2. Cristhian

    Cristhian Newbie

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    mmmm ... i dont understand
     
  3. srb888

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    You will have to write a custom JS for that to happen: show Nikon related serps, and highlight the word "pcmag" among the top 10, if any are there. You can then run the custom script which can run Google to find whatever you've made it to find.

    One other way of doing it manually, but easily, is to search for the word Nikon, and do a "Find" (ctrl + F) in your browser, eg. Firefox, for the word "pcmag", when the 1st serp shows up. Click on the "Highlight All" option of the Find bar at the bottom of the page, and it will highlight all the results where the word "pcmag" is present. This will help you for the time being. :)

    I don't know if someone can write a script or a FF addon for that for you.
     
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  4. ray2003

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    Thanks. The custom JS idea sounds great. However, how do I bulk-check like hundreds of keywords? Like them through Scrapebox or something? That would be the ultimate idea! Don't know if that's feasible, though.
     
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    get them as a list in a text/spreadsheet file [may be in 2 columns: searchItem1 (eg. Nikon, Samsung, Canon...), and searchItem2 (e.g. pcmag, pcworld, computerworld...)].

    Instead of having multiple items in a text file and then looping them through the script, you can also have input fields in the script to accept those two variables manually, and run the script once with your search words/strings.


    Write the JS to import that text file and accept two variables (min :)), and programmatically and fill those variables looping through the list items. Run the script (google search with those variables) through and till the end of the list, also make a provision to break|end the script (loop) whenever you want it to. Save the result to another text, csv, whatever file...

    Simple! lol

    P.S.;
    If you don't find anyone to do it, I can get it done for a small fee... (my son is an expert in those kind of things, but he is a thorough professional (I got to learn that from him) lol-- he will not work free unless you're a great friend of his. :)) ...

    ... I would then suggest you to put this requirement in the HireAFreelancer section on BHW and you may get lot better options for your money, and I will be able to offer that service as a freelancer.
     
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  6. JustUs

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    Code:
    http://www.google.com/search?q=searchterm&num=10&start=0
     
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