I always wanted that there were additional search operators covering these, quite useful functions. And only last night I caught up: "It is possible to implement them by means of user.js!" Outlined a planchik, sat down at several o'clock (because a dzhavaskripter from me any) and proapdeytit already known to you "Tuned Google SERPs".
So, for this moment the following operators are available:
co: <dvukhbukvennyy_kod_strana> — sets the country from which you perform web surfing. Happens it is useful if you decided to look "and what positions my website has in issue for Argentina".
lang: <dvukhbukvennyy_kod_yazyka> — sets language of the pages displayed in results. For example, you look for materials in Russian about a modern gedzhet or the program. How many did earlier? Wrote the English-language name and some Russian word. For example: "iphone 3g overview". But first, it narrows a circle of searches, secondly, Google lately is guided by the fact that this word was in exile to article, article at the same time can be English-speaking and not to contain the word. Having set a script, we safely write "lang:ru iPhone 3gs" and we enjoy the complete range of materials in Russian. The second case which occurs is intersection of words in different languages. For example, on the Russian requests sometimes get out the Bulgarian pages. I, having for the first time seen them, with astonishment thought that it is pages of the next udaffovsky website. By means of the operator "lang:" it is possible to cast away these foreign pages.
loc: <dvukhbukvennyy_kod_strana> — sets the country in which the website is located.
num: <chislo_ot_1_do_100> — sets amount of the issued results. It would seem why not to set "100" in search setups! However, as a rule, classical there are quite enough ten. Only in some, special cases it is necessary to increase this quantity.
We set, we test, we report about bugs, we make efficient offers on improvements …
P. S. Who passed — Tuned Google SERPs does some more interesting things, read about them in the previous posts of my blog.
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