Site Command Update in Yahoo! Search

Jul 14, 2004 - 10:21 am 0 by
Filed Under Yahoo SEO

In the past if you did a search in Yahoo on "domain.com", for example seroundtable.com, it would bring up sites that include text with "seroundtable.com". Now it works more like the site:www.domain.com command, where it brings up all your pages for your site.

But if you miss the old way of looking up sites that have "mydomain.com" on the page copy, all you need to do is type domain.com -11111, for example: seroundtable.com -11111. Quotes work well too, i.e. "seroundtable.com".

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