Google URL Trick For Real Time Search

Google is already in a mood to grab real time search market which is currently dominated by Twitter. We had already talked about the Google and Real Time Search competition but now you can do the real time search using Google by doing some tweaks from your side. You can say it a trick for real time search from Google.

By using this trick, you can get results from the pages published or changed in last 10 minutes or even seconds. Here is the trick to do that,

I need to search for “Taj Mahal, Agra” from the pages updated or published in last 15 minutes, so I will paste the URL as below on my browser:

http://www.google.co.in/search?hl=en&safe=off&tbo=1&tbs=qdr:n15&q=taj+mahal,+agra&btnG=Search&meta=&aq=f&oq=

I got the below pages as result where you can see “results past 15 minutes”,

google_real_time_search

Here you can see a term as qdr:n15 which is nothing but the time span for which I need the results. For this query I asked for 15 minutes. Now you can change the qdr: value and get the results as per your need. If you want the results in last 30 minutes then use qdr:n30 and if you want a result with pages updated or published in last 10 seconds then use qdr:s10. You can even provide a time span in days. For example, If you want to get results with pages updated in last 5 days then replace with qdr:d5, you will get the same.

This is a kind of search page for those who wants to get real time search using Google. Yes, this is true that it requires a kind of effort from our side, but may be in future Google will do something about it.

Anyway, You can also choose a date range from Google Advance Search to get these kind of results but that is only limited to time span in days. Thanks to Webworkersdaily for the above trick about Google real time search.

If you are having any other URL trick for Google then share that with us.

Sanjeev Mishra is a professional blogger and an Internet Marketing Consultant based in India. He has built the Internet Techies to provide you updates in technology and web application area.

2 Comments

  1. Tech-Freak Stuff

    September 17, 2009 at 5:27 pm

    I think this will be very helpful to find the latest trends in News All over the world. Good for people who blog about latest trends.

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