Text of Google Search Using Advance Search Operators 
Google Search Using Advance Search Operators A Presentation by Satish Reddy
People who made internet very easy Larry Page Sergey Brin
How Google Works
There are N number of resumes on the internet,
but there are some keywords that are very common among them.
Consider this list and you will see what I mean.
Let's do a few searches to see this in action.
Google Advance Search Operators:
(OR) | (Vertical Bar)
.. (Range Operator)
The query intitle: term restricts results to documents containing
term in the title . For instance, [ java developer intitle:resume ] will return documents
that mention the word resume in their titles, and mention the words java and
developer anywhere in the document (title or not).
Note: There must be no space between the intitle: and the following word.
inurl: If you include inurl: in your query, Google will restrict the results to documents containing that word in the URL. For instance, [ inurl:healthy eating ] will return documents that mention the words healthy in their URL, and mention the word eating anywhere in the document. Note: There must be no space between the inurl: and the following word. Example: inurl:healthy eating www.indianchild.com/Recipes/healthy-eating-tips.htm
Phonebook: If you start your query with phonebook: Google shows all public U.S. residence telephone listings (name, address, phone number) for the person you specify. For example, [ phonebook: John Doe New York NY ] will show phonebook listings of everyone named John Doe in New York, NY.
TILDE SEARCH ~ Google finds synonyms for word immediately following tilde. (No spaces) identifies words you may not have considered. ~CV, not ~resume. Example: ~:java developer ~CV
Minus - Operator: (-) this minus symbol work as not to include. if we keep this symbol in prefix to any word it will restrict that word in our search. Example: intitle:oracle developer -job -jobs ~resumes The above example which restrict all jobs postings.
The OR and Vertical Bar | Operators The OR operator, for which you may also use | (vertical bar). Example: (Java OR J2ee) (Java|J2ee) Both results give the same results. FILETYPE Filetype:pdf PDF file is the most common resume format online. Others include doc, rtf, txt, ps, xls Example: Filetype:pdf ~cv(software sales OR software sell (.Net) ASP
(..) NUMBER RANGE OPERATOR Finds WebPages that contain a number between a listed range To specify range, place two periods between low and high values: Example: 60521..60532 (intitle:resume OR inurl:resume) (java|j2ee) (EjB|JSP) (filetype:doc OR filetype:pdf OR filetype:txt OR filetype:rtf) 90101..95101 (CA|California) Let see what the results of above string in google
Below are the strings which restrict your search to particular state . 35004..36925 (AL | Alabama) 99501..99950 (AK | Alaska) 71601..72959 (AR | Arkansas) 85001..86556 (AZ | Arizona) 90001..96162 (CA | California) 80001..81658 (CO | Colorado) 6001..6928 (CT | Connecticut) 19701..19980 (DE | Delaware) 32004..34997 (FL | Florida) 30002..39901 (GA | Georgia) 96701..96898 (HI | Hawaii) 50001..52809 (IA | Iowa) 83201..83888 (ID | Idaho) 60001..62999 (IL | Illinois) 46001..47997 (IN | Indiana) 66002..67954 (KS | Kansas) 40003..42788 (KY | Kentucky) 70001..71497 (LA | Louisiana) 1001..5544 (MA | Massachusetts) 20601..21930 (MD | Maryland) 3901..4992 (ME | Maine) 48001..49971 (MI | Michigan) 55001..56763 (MN | Minnesota) 63001..65899 (MO | Missouri) 38601..39776 (MS | Mississippi) 59001..59937 (MT | Montana) 27006..28909 (NC | North Carolina) 58001..58856 (ND | North Dakota) 68001..69367 (NE | Nebraska) 210..3897 (NH | New Hampshire) 7001..8989 (NJ | New Jersey) 87001..88441 (NM | New Mexico) 88901..89883 (NV | Nevada) 88901..89883 (NV | Nevada) 43001..45999 (OH | Ohio) 73001..74966 (OK | Oklahoma)