Google Refinements Applied to Site Command Search

Dec 8, 2006 - 8:04 am 3 by
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I often use the site command query operator at Google to find results within a particular site. This morning when writing about Possible Google Update Before Holiday Season? I conducted a search for all matches for the keyword florida on seroundtable.com. It brought up a set of refinement links (often pulled from Google Coop's Topics (but I did not set up topics for this site). Those refinements look like this:

refinements-site-google.png

They link to:

Of course this is a mix of refinements where they serve no relevant purpose to me at all. I know I do not write about dining information in Florida, nor do I talk about Florida tour or shopping.

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