Search Help

To perform a search, type a sequence of words or a phrase in quotes and simply press the submit button to begin your search.  By default we will search for the exact form of all words you type in the search box however searches are not case sensitive.

By default will automatically search all words you enter.  You can use query language or boolean operators to further narrow your search results.

Query Language:

  • Search in document titles using 'intitle:' function:
  • Search Meta Keywords using 'metakey:' function:
  • Search Meta Descriptions using 'metadesc:' function:
  • Document Body Search using 'body:' function:

Boolean Examples:

  • explicit operator AND:
    Bush & Obama
  • operator OR:
    Bush | Obama
  • operator NOT:
    Bush -Obama
    Bush !Obama
  • phrase search:
    "stock market"

Search by Site Example:

  • search operator SITE:

Search by Zip Code:

  • search operator zip:

Advanced Options Drop-Down:

Additionally you can narrow your search by clicking the input drop down button on the left side of the Newslookup input box. Advanced Options Drop Down

Options described below.

Setting for searching document parts.  The default setting will search the entire document.   Use this drop-down to narrow your result by URL title, document body or the documents meta keyword and description meta tags.

Documents can be sorted by relevancy or last time the document was modified.  If an indexed site does not provide last modified date from http server header, we then use last time document was indexed.


For more than one search result you can group results by site (default).  For example results from the same site will show up:
"More results from this site: [ 34 total ]"