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Bing – Guide to Query Language / Advanced Syntax

July 2, 2010
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Since we all know that Bing has shown to be more accurate in finding health information, and that Bing has been doing a lot of work in this area (as evidenced by the new rollouts in health search recently), it should not be too surprising that Bing has recently rolled out their Guide to Query Language – also known as the advanced search syntax guide.

Not surprisingly, some of the query terms are similar (site: , filetype: , url:), but there are also some other ones which will be useful to the information professional, such as altloc: , noalter: and norelax:

Here’s a link to the HTML version.

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