Google’s Site Search feature

Everyone knows how to type in Google the little bar, keywords for Google to find and it will trace through its vast index for matches.
Not many know of the filtering process that you can search with called SiteSearch. Here, if you type your entry and follow it with “site:” then it will search whatever you are looking for within the site located at the url. You can get even farther up the chain if you don’t know exactly what you’re looking for by typing “site:
For example:

  • admissions site:mit.edu
  • 1090 site:.gov

Very useful.
Via GoogleBlog