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I’m familiar with how to create as custom search engine within Google, but not Yahoo. However if I understand what your trying to accomplish then the creation of a custom search engine may not be necessary. If I understand you correctly your trying to perform a search that effectively only searches one site. This can be accomplished from using whats referred to as a search operator.

For this example I’ll use the term Tylenol and the site webmd.com.

Go to Yahoo.com and in the search engine you’d type the following: site:webmd.com Tylenol

The results displayed will be limited to references of the word Tylenol (not case sensitive) within the webmd.com website only.

So, if your looking to search your own site for a particular term the search would look something like this:

site:yourwebsite.com term

If you want to search your site for a connected phrase rather than a singular term then the search would look something like this:

site:yourwebsite.com +term-term

If you’d like to search your site for two or more terms then your search would look something like this:

site:yourwebsite.com +term +term

Note that the www is not necessary for this type of search although you’ll get similar results if you choose to use the www prefix in your search.

Some search engines don’t support the use of search operators, but most larger engine do, including Yahoo and Google.

There are tons of useful search operators that you can use. Here is one article and one video that describes search operators in more detail.

Article: http://www.graphicseo.org/list-of-every-google-search-operator/

Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j-9GNUORJdc

Hope this helps!

John

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I’m familiar with how to create as custom search engine within Google, but not Yahoo. However if I understand what your trying to accomplish then the creation of a custom search engine may not be necessary. If I understand you correctly your trying to perform a search that effectively only searches one site. This can be accomplished from using whats referred to as a search operator.

For this example I’ll use the term Tylenol and the site webmd.com.

Go to Yahoo.com and in the search engine you’d type the following: site:webmd.com Tylenol

The results displayed will be limited to references of the word Tylenol (not case sensitive) within the webmd.com website only.

So, if your looking to search your own site for a particular term the search would look something like this:

site:yourwebsite.com term

If you want to search your site for a connected phrase rather than a singular term then the search would look something like this:

site:yourwebsite.com +term-term

If you’d like to search your site for two or more terms then your search would look something like this:

site:yourwebsite.com +term +term

Note that the www is not necessary for this type of search although you’ll get similar results if you choose to use the www prefix in your search.

Some search engines don’t support the use of search operators, but most larger engine do, including Yahoo and Google.

There are tons of useful search operators that you can use. Here is one article and one video that describes search operators in more detail.

Article: http://www.graphicseo.org/list-of-every-google-search-operator/

Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j-9GNUORJdc

Hope this helps!

John


Search Engine Optimization
Search engines only do just index what they got from spiders.the spiders or robots are objects that gather information from various websites so it might be depend on engine to engine how they gather information(to process) then they process that information and convert to data(processed information)
and then store that data in their servers as indexes so whenever the used search a keyword from their site that keywords point out to index that stored on the server and return the data to user. so in that context data is the links or image or video URLS.


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Search engine optimization (SEO) is the process of improving the visibility of a website or a web page in a search engine’s search results. SEO may target different kinds of search, including image search, local search, video search, academic search, news search and industry-specific vertical search engines.

As an Internet marketing strategy, SEO considers how search engines work, what people search for, the actual search terms or keywords typed into search engines and which search engines are preferred by their targeted audience. Optimizing a website may involve editing its content and HTML and associated coding to both increase its relevance to specific keywords and to remove barriers to the indexing activities of search engines. Promoting a site to increase the number of backlinks, or inbound links, is another SEO tactic.


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