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Good tips. About time you learn to search with wget and your browser's URI bar, without fancy UI widgets ...
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from Sebastian 1547 Days ago #
Votes: 1

&safe=off is for after hours

&num=100 is for greedy data rats

&filter=0 is for friends of redundancy

&num=69 is for horny data rats

&start=9&num=100 is for losers checking SERP rankings

Please continue...



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from AndyBeard 1547 Days ago #
Votes: 0

Is this an attempt to make the Sphinn worthwhile for user comments as I must admit for "power users" I expected a lot more.

I would use start=11 for the loser searches where I am looking for indents

Not sure this is perfect and some of it might be overkill but I have used this when doing some local testing for someone.

http://www.google.com/search?q=dentist&pws=0&hl=en&gr=US-NC&gl=US&gc=1021048&gpc=28134&near=28134




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from toddmintz 1545 Days ago #
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Push to home page...excellent resource post.



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