How to search
There are several ways to search our database. Read below to get familiar with them.
How to search for "All words"
If "All words" is selected in the search window, any document containing all the words you enter will be fetched regardless of the word's position.
How to search for a "Phrase"
If "Phrase" is selected in the search window, the engine will only match the entire phrase you enter, not words. If a spelling mistake exists in any word, the search results could be spoiled.
How to search for "Any word"
If "Any word" is selected in the search window, any document with 1 or more words from those you enter will be fetched. Yes, any document with any of the words will be fetched.
When searching for "All words" and "Any word" you should exclude common words like: and, the, a, for, or...etc.
You can enter a maximum of 10 words with less than 100 characters (all words combined) to search for.
What type of data do we have stored in our database?
We store information pulled from the websites' title tag, meta name="description" and meta name="keywords"( these are placed inside most webpages, they are not visible to the naked eye). We only pull this information from the index page of each website.
We only keep one entry per website.
A maximum of 300 records will be returned for each search.
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