Searching within search results at Google
August 6, 2004 3:16 PM   Subscribe

Is there a way to Google a Google? That is to say, is there a way to find where in a particular set of search results a particular result lies?

Something better than simply paging through the results as normal, I should say.
posted by o2b to Computers & Internet (5 answers total)
 
You mean search within results?
posted by milovoo at 3:34 PM on August 6, 2004


Response by poster: wow, i'd never seen that, thanks.
posted by o2b at 3:42 PM on August 6, 2004


Response by poster: Ah, but it doesn't tell me where the new result was in the original set of results. Any thoughts? I'm really trying to figure out a way to determine what Google thinks of my clients' sites.
posted by o2b at 3:44 PM on August 6, 2004


Oh I get it, that was here.
posted by milovoo at 3:53 PM on August 6, 2004


This is likely something that could be done with the Google API and a little programming.
posted by Zed_Lopez at 12:11 AM on August 7, 2004


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