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No, you cannot change the sort order of Google Search results. The sort order is determined by Google's secret recipe. All you can do is filter your search for specific time periods.
Click 'Search tools' then select any date filter other than 'Any time'. Then click in the default 'Sorted by relevance' option and select 'Sorted by date'
Short answer Don't do batch Google searches. Explanation Doing automated queries could block you, your equipment, network, your app/script, etc. from getting results from Google Search, so instead of usign Google Search use the Google Apps Script Maps service. See Tutorial: Getting to Know the Maps Service to learn more. References "Unusual traffic from ...
One big copy-and-paste from the Wikipedia list, and then delete the ones you don't want.
Use double quotes to give more weight to the term. Previously, the + symbol did this, but it has probably been deprecated. Source: http://searchengineland.com/google-sunsets-search-operator-98189 In your specific example, I would suggest using double quotes for the entire phrase and then using another pair of double quotes for MiniProfiler. For example: ...
If you put MiniProfiler first, it will have more weight (maybe just slightly). That is my experience. Also, surrounding it by double quotes may help, even with single words, as it definitely changes the results.
Short answer Google Search doesn't include a way to sort unfiltered search results. Alternatives Google Search built-in filters Filter results by any time filter. This will display several dropdowns. One of them if for sorting options including sorting by date. (see ) Google Custom Search One alternative could be to create your own search engine ...
It's Google's Search engine, and they can do with it what they want. They could set it up so that no Apple results appear in the search, but that would certainly make their search engine less valuable. If their search engine is less valuable, then fewer people will use it, resulting in lower revenue as there will be fewer ads served. Google won't do that. ...
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