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    Google search for websites

    I've seen several websites that have "Google" on one of their webpages where you can search that specific site with the option to search the web as well. Does anyone know where I can find information about this service? I've searched Google's own webpages and can't seem to find anything about this. <img src=/S/shrug.gif border=0 alt=shrug width=39 height=15>

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    Re: Google search for websites

    Try this page: Want to drive traffic? Try the Google Free way. I don't know how quickly Google updates its index of your site's pages, so this might not be as current as an index you build yourself using a software package or a paid solution.

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    Re: Google search for websites

    Here are a couple of links that discuss various Google services and issues. Hope these are useful to you.

    Google Services Guide

    Inside Google

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    Re: Google search for websites

    Yep.... that looks like what I was looking for. And you are right about wondering how often Google archives one's website. I have been using a 3rd-party software Search Engine which does work quite well, albeit a little slow at times in returning results. But it is setup via a Cronjob to index my site nightly, so it is up-to-date every 24 hours. I'll do some further reading on Google's utility and see if might be worth a try.

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