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I forgot the domain name of the site I'm looking for, however, I know a word that is part of the domain.

How do I use Google to find a site with a specific word in its domain name?

I tried using inurl:{keyword} site:.com but it's also showing the result having that particular word as the part of the full URL.

  • Checked browser history? – Xen2050 Dec 24 '14 at 16:24
  • @Xen2050 I read the domain name of the site somewhere else. – curious_kid Dec 24 '14 at 16:26
  • I don't think google doesn't let you use regex for their searches (not even for your own gmail), but maybe the word you know plus some descriptive words about the website would find it... article topic it was on, etc? – Xen2050 Dec 24 '14 at 16:38
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You wrote site:.com which I think is not that accurate.
Try searching like this: inurl:xxx + .com + SomeOtherTags
This will show you at least the name of that website. ALSO note the spaces between plus signs and add tags with caution .
For Example: I wanna find blogger I write: inurl:blog + .com + google and the fifth result is that.

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