Wednesday, 29 August 2007

How to use Google to search for Rapidshare files

Using this simple technique, you can use Google to search for Rapidshare files. This is achieved using two special Google operators - site and inurl

The site operator limits the search to the site you specify while inurl operator tells the search engine to return only results with that particular keyword in the URL.

Using a combination of both operators, we can search Rapidshare for any number of different files.

Just go to Google and type site:rapidshare.com followed by:

inurl:pdf Name of PDF File [for PDF files]
inurl:avi|wmv|mpg|nva Name of Video File [for Video files]
inurl:mp3|ogg|wma for Name of Audio File [for Audio files]
inurl:exe Name of Executable File [for executable files]
inurl:zip|rar|7zip|tar Name of compressed File [for compressed archives]

(Be sure to replace the green text with the names of the files you want to search for)

Examples usage:

To search for a Linkin Park MP3's, you would type:
site:rapidshare.com inurl:mp3 Linkin Park


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1 Responses to “How to use Google to search for Rapidshare files”

Martin said...
13 September 2007 at 10:27

Thanks for the info, it really works great.


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