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    Difference b/w "site:netbuilders.org" & (site:netbuilders.org "www.netbuilders.org")

    What is the difference b/w these queries "site:netbuilders.org" and
    site:netbuilders.org "www.netbuilders.org"

    When we searched in Google, both will give different results?? Why it so??

    It shows 2300 results..
    [ame="http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&rlz=1B3GGGL_enIN337IN338&q=site%3Anet builders.org&aq=f&aqi=&oq="]site:netbuilders.org - Google Search[/ame]


    while It gives 228K results.
    [ame="http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&rlz=1B3GGGL_enIN337IN338&q=site%3Anet builders.org+%22www.netbuilders.org%22&aq=f&aqi=&o q="]site:netbuilders.org "www.netbuilders.org" - Google Search[/ame]

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    The second query looks for the words "www.netbuilders.org" at site netbuilders.org.
    The first querie is empty I think. Funny, your post shows up at the results now.
    Last edited by Loko; 15 February, 2010 at 12:12 PM. Reason: hit the wrong button..

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    When we want to find Indexed pages of a site then which one of these will be ok??

    Quote Originally Posted by Loko View Post
    The second query looks for the words "www.netbuilders.org" at site netbuilders.org.
    The first querie is empty I think. Funny, your post shows up at the results now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wwe_fan9417 View Post
    When we want to find Indexed pages of a site then which one of these will be ok??
    You use the query "site:netbuilders.org" to see the indexed pages.

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    I was using this before, But some one told me that this (site:netbuilders.org "www.netbuilders.org") is the proper query..

    Quote Originally Posted by tmongy View Post
    You use the query "site:netbuilders.org" to see the indexed pages.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wwe_fan9417 View Post
    I was using this before, But some one told me that this (site:netbuilders.org "www.netbuilders.org") is the proper query..
    The only thing that does is search for the words "www.netbuilders.org" on the site called netbuilders.org. You could similarly do a search of any topic such as link building, on only netbuilders by submitting the following: site:netbuilders.org "link building"

    Using (site:netbuilders.org "www.netbuilders.org") will pretty much give you the same result as using just site:netbuilders.org unless google has indexed pages from your site without the "www", in which case the query site:netbuilders.org will give more results as it will include pages indexed without the www

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loko View Post
    The second query looks for the words "www.netbuilders.org" at site netbuilders.org.
    The first querie is empty I think. Funny, your post shows up at the results now.
    I just realized that my second statement is incorrect

    Google Webmaster Central gives a correct and more sophisticated answer:

    The site operator, on the other hand, takes into account whatever Google has crawled, which may include URLs not included in your Sitemap, such as newly added URLs or other URLs discovered via links.

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