In this article, we’re going to show how to search a website for a word. Both on the actual page, but also by using Google Search.
Search for a word on an entire website
Whether you’re looking for a recipe using a special ingredient on your favorite recipe website or researching for keywords for SEO purposes, there’s an easy way to find it!
By using Google Search you can type in site:example.com “your word(s)” . So if you’re looking for a good way to use your apple cider vinegar that’s been standing for a while, type in site:allrecipes.com/recipes “apple cider vinegar” and you’ll find all recipes from allrecipes.com that contains apple cider vinegar, easy right?
The use of quotes will narrow down your search to the specific order of your choice and can be excluded if you want.
You can find more advanced ways to search on Google at Ahrefs, 41 more to be exact.
Find a word on a web page
Once you’re on a web page, on most browsers you can press Ctrl+F (Windows) or ⌘ Command+F (Mac). A prompt comes up where you enter the word you’re looking for.
Once you hit enter, the word you’re looking for, if found, will be highlighted on the entire page.
If you would like help with keyword research, feel free to reach out to us at SEO Compliant.