[Daily] 11 Jul 2022; Google Search Operator for the win

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There are tons of interesting applications of Google Search Operators that you can use for the various SEO tasks. Recently, I discovered a use case which lets you pursue unlinked mentions and get them converted as backlinks.

I have tweeted about it recently.

The exact search operator that’s explained in the above tweet is:

intext:"Brand Name" -yourwebsite.com -facebook.com -twitter.com -linkedin.com

The intext: operator helps you search the exact brand name that you put inside double quotes. And the minus (–) is used to filter out the results.

-yourwebsite.com
-facebook.com
-twitter.com

These filters filter out the results from your own website and the social media sites. You can add other filters like -linkedin.com, -pinterest.com, etc.

At 7am today, I had a meeting with a client who was looking for complete SEO related services for the new content site that they are starting. Nothing is decided yet, but we have to provide a quote by tomorrow and let’s see if anything works out between us. I am only working on it because it’s fascinating and there are countless things that can be done.

Apart from this, I would be doing lots of writing today and then making some plans for the upcoming months.

I will also be planning for the new content strategy service that we will be providing under Untalked SEO.

Let’s see how the day goes.

See ya!

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