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06 February 2010

How to Restrict Your Google Search to Specific Domains or Specific Countries

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Most Web sites have a .com domain name. Sometimes it's better to restrict your searches to other domains, such as .edu or .net.
One great example of this is if you are looking for information about textbooks, but you didn't want to buy a textbook. An unrestricted Google search would mostly yield results from Web sites selling textbooks. One way to avoid this problem is to restrict your search to indian universities. To do this, you'd search for:

site:edu textbook
You can use this to restrict searches are to US government sites site:gov, or only specific countries site:in.




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