First things first: a site search is a Google search performed within a specific domain as opposed to across the entire internet. Results from one website are returned when you conduct a site search. A web search is a simple process. You just need to add site: before the URL you want to search through, and that’s it! Your search results are limited to one domain when they are displayed to you. Site searches have a variety of functions, but one of them is discovering similar content online, particularly photographs. Here is a step-by-step tutorial on how to use Google’s site search to identify related images.
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Step 1: From your web browser, navigate to images.google.com.
Step 2: Enter the domain URL from which you want results first, followed by the site: search operator and the image search terms. (For instance, site:pexels.com nature, where site: is the search operator, pexels.com is the URL from which results are needed, and nature is the term used to search for nature photographs on the pexels.com website.)
The end! All of the images from the website you used for your site search that are related to the phrase nature will be shown on your screen.
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Finding the original source of an image or photos that are strikingly similar to it is made easier by using Google’s site search operator. It can also be helpful for conducting market or competition research because it makes it simple to browse any website for any type of content, including photographs, data, blogs, and articles. Additionally, you can search your own website to uncover previous content that you can use as a reference or decide to alter. This is especially useful if your domain is relatively large because a site search can quickly traverse and filter through information.
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