Some Google tricks that are little known to some browsers are the “targeting” tricks. These tricks have been used by marketers and expert Googlers alike for years now. By using a targeted search you’ll be able to learn much more about what is really going on within a website, how to weed out what you don’t want and making sure the information you are reading is recent.
By specifying a filetype you can more accurately search and find exactly what you need. If you are looking for credible materials they are more likely to be found in a whitepaper and those are primarily .pdf’s. Inferences like this will save you time and headaches when trying to find the right information.
intitle:gaylord m focker
If you specify a word that should be in the “title” of the webpage you will be able to search much more accurately. Using this feature will return results that are more relevant than a traditional Google search or even a keyword search.
This will replace itself with common terms in your search, other terms will give you a more broad results of a niche keyword grouping.
For the 65% of my fans who visit my website that use a Mac computer here are a few Bonus Tips you may know or may have forgotten:
Select the Address Bar: Command + L
Cycle through Windows and Apps:
Windows: Command + ~
Applications: Command + tab
Screenshot: Command + Shift + 3
Targeted Screenshot: Command + Shift + 4
Find on Page: Command + F