LINKLook for a word in a specific page. This makes a list of a webpage's backlinks, meaning that it gives us a list of the pages that link directly to a page with another domain name:Link:www.genial.ly
TWO DOTSUse two consecutive dots/periods to express a range (price, measurement, time):war histories 1914..1918
RELATEDWith this word, you'll be searching for webpages that have content similar to another. So, if you find a website that you like, you can use it to find websites similar to it:related: nytimes.com
COMMASWrite the phrase between commas to search for those exact words in the same order they were written:"everything you need"
SITEWorks to find a specific word in a website or specific portal, or even a specific part of a site:Meninas site:genial.ly
SWUNG DASHPut this swung dash in front of a word in your search to also search for results which include synonyms of that word:anniversary ~gift
DEFINETo search for the definition of a word:Define: interactivity
HYPHENBy using a hyphen before a word, you tell Google to exclude that word from its search. This is useful when you look for words that often are accompanied by another, in the case that you don't want this to happen: milky -way