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😱 35 Google’s Dark Dorking Operators for Effortless Searching

Find What You Need Easily with These 35 Google Dorking

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6 min readMar 29, 2024

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Greetings, everyone! Today, I’m going to teach you about various operators to locate data on Google using dorks. We will discuss about 35 such operators to locate files, data, related information, specific information, weather, map, movie, infographic, specific term or content, data between specific number of years, and more.

In our recent blogs, we discussed “How to Find Hidden Files and Open Directories on the Internet with EASE?” and “How to Perform Ultra-Accuracy Google Searches Locally and Globally Without VPN — Any Device, Any Location — Google SERP Hack.” Check them out for automated search techniques and tips to perform more precise Google searches from anywhere, on any device. Happy searching!

So, let’s start with the operators and discover the endless possibilities of online search!

Operator: intitle:

What does it do?
Finds web pages with the specified words in the title.

Example: intitle:apple pie recipe

Operator: allintitle:

What does it do?
Finds web pages where all the specified words appear in the title.

Example: allintitle:best chocolate cake recipe

Operator: related:

What does it do?
Finds web pages similar to the specified website.

Example: related:nytimes.com

Operator: OR

What does it do?
Finds web pages that contain at least one of the specified words.

Example: pizza OR pasta

Operator: AND

What does it do?
Finds web pages that contain all of the specified words.

Example: chocolate AND cake

Operator: -

What does it do?
Excludes web pages containing the specified word.

Example: cookies -chocolate

Operator: ()

What does it do?
Groups multiple search terms to control the order of operations.

Example: (best pizza in russia)

Operator: *

What does it do?
Acts as a wildcard for one or more words.

Example: * cake recipes

Operator: define:

What does it do?
Provides definitions of the specified word.

Example: define:algorithm

Operator: filetype:

What does it do?
Limits search results to specific file types.

Example: filetype:pdf budget template

Operator: cache:

What does it do?
Displays the cached version of a web page.

Example: cache:nasa.gov

Operator: site:

What does it do?
Limits search results to pages from a specific website.

Example: site:wikipedia.org AI

Operator: inurl:

What does it do?
Finds web pages with the specified word in the URL.

Example: inurl:recipes

Operator: allinurl:

What does it do?
Finds web pages with all specified words in the URL.

Example: allinurl:best pizza recipes

Operator: weather:

What does it do?
Displays weather information for a specified location.

Example: weather:New York

Operator: map:

What does it do?
Shows map results for a specified location or query.

Example: map:Paris

Operator: movie:

What does it do?
Displays movie showtimes and information.

Example: movie:Avengers Endgame

Operator: stocks:

What does it do?
Shows stock information for a specified company.

Example: stocks:GOOG

Operator: intext:

What does it do?
Finds web pages with the specified words in the body text.

Example: intext:healthy eating tips

Operator: allintext:

What does it do?
Finds web pages with all specified words in the body text.

Example: allintext:how to make pizza dough

Operator: source:

What does it do?
Limits search results to specific sources or domains.

Example: source:gov climate change

Operator: in “search term”

What does it do?
Finds web pages containing the exact phrase within quotes.

Example: in “chocolate cake recipe”

Operator: . AROUND(X)

What does it do?
Finds web pages where the specified words are within a certain proximity of each other.

Example: chocolate AROUND(3) cake

Operator: time:

What does it do?
Displays current time for a specified location.

Example: time:London

Operator: to:

What does it do?
Shows search results within a specific range of numbers.

Example: population to:2020

Operator: translate:

What does it do?
Translates the specified word or phrase to another language.

Example: translate:hello to Spanish

Operator: connected

What does it do?
Finds web pages that are related to the specified topic.

Example: connected:artificial intelligence

Operator: related:[WEBSITE]

What does it do?
Finds websites similar to the specified website.

Example: related:bbc.com

Operator: Site:[website] keyword

What does it do?
Limits search results to a specific website containing the specified keyword.

Example: Site:printest.com pizza recipes

Operator: -[term]

What does it do?
Excludes web pages containing the specified term.

Example: learning -tutorials

Operator: term1 +term2

What does it do?
Finds web pages containing both terms.

Example: pizza +delivery

Operator: [topic] intitle:infographic inurl:infographic

What does it do?
Finds infographics related to the specified topic.

Example: technology intitle:infographic inurl:infographic

Operator: “[content]”

What does it do?
Finds web pages containing the exact phrase within quotes.

Example: “best places to visit in Europe”

Operator: Site:[demo.com] -inurl:https

What does it do?
Limits search results to a specific website but excludes URLs containing “https”.

Example: Site:google.com -inurl:https

Operator: [year1]..[year2]

What does it do?
Limits search results to a specific range of years.

Example: 2000..2010

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