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Now there is a feature to download the site list. Here are the steps I used: Go to your custom search engine Click on Advanced tab under Control Panel. The url looks something like http://www.google.com/cse/panel/advanced?..... Look for Download Annotations in the main pane and download in your preferred format


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This worked for me: I had a blogger blog, and using Google's options, I redirected it to a real www.example.com domain. Now, AdSense ads would not show up on my blog. Solution: In Blogger dashboard, I clicked on Earnings. In the main menu, I clicked on "My Ads". The screen says, "Content > URL Channels" On this screen, I clicked "+ New URL Channel" I ...


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In the search box add in:sms to limit the results to just text messages: > 2125551212 in:sms The above will search for all text messages with the phone number (212) 555-1212. You can also add other Gmail like search terms, such as date limiters, e.g., before:2016-08-01 after:2016-06-15.


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Short answer Instead of q=x&hq=y+OR+z try q=y+OR+z&hq=x Explanation q It's required. The search expression. hq Appends the specified query terms to the query, as if they were combined with a logical AND operator.


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The offical documentation is on https://developers.google.com/custom-search/docs/queries#limits From the above link: +----------------------------------+---------------------------------+ | Item | Maximum allowed | +----------------------------------+---------------------------------+ | Number of search terms ...


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From tooltip on that page: URLs must be from sites you have verified in Webmaster Tools.


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There are all sorts of possibilities here. First, inside AdSense, have you restricted the sites that your ads can be shown on? Have you added your new custom-domain to that list? Second, when did you sign up for AdSense? If it was after early November 2012, then you probably went through the fast-track sign-up process for host-partner publishers. I'...


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It seems like it is possible to do pragmatically, though i didn't try. Here you can find bit more about it. Basically, this is what I get from that page. You can have an xml file on your website, that google will query and will show results from that file only for you custom search engine. Now all you would need is an interface to have that xml file ...


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In case you want to export 'excluded sites' from within advanced options. There doesn't look to be an official way of doing it. If you open Chrome dev tools on the network tab, and click the next page of excluded sites, you can see the XHR request that is fired. Copy the XHR link it should look something like: https://cse.google.com/cse/api/...


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