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- v. Alternative form of entitle.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. See entitle.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- An obsolete form of entitle.
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It uses Google's web database, and somewhat responds to syntax such as intitle:, site:, and - for exclude.
Syntax will work such as intitle:, and it will be important to use OR.
For large digs I'd also recommend removing the "intitle:" command from the queries above, running each query and then analyze them using the SERPs dominator process.
Using the "intitle:" command allows you to see if people have mentioned your brand in a negative way.
We identified our prospects using "intitle" queries on Google.
Search for a title (intitle: [search_words]): If you want to search for pages with specific title, then you can use the "intitle" tag for searching the query.
The "intitle:" command is useful if you are obtaining many results and want to focus your results to those with the search phrase in the title.
- Catcher Console - Web Monitor "intitle:" Toshiba Network Camera "user login intitle:" Live View
Using the exact search term, "coupons site:maps.google.com intitle:Google Offers" will let you see the coupons, which you can then sort by location.
I sit and watch you debate if I'm intitle to have repectable health care.