One of my blog reader asked if I knew about finding all the sites in any particular extension at Google.com. For example he wanted to find all the .co.uk indexed sites in Google. It’s really interesting to find out because when .CO was launched I was curious to know how many sites have been developed and indexed by Google in first couple of months.
You simply need to type site:.co.uk or site:.co – You can change the extension with any one you are looking to find. It’s as simple as that. I am not sure how the sites are displayed in order. Whether the quality, traffic, PR or the combination of some factors because I was unable to figure out why sites like going to a park page are even listed in top 100 which is really surprising to me and must be for others as well.
Do you have any idea about this? Did you found this tip useful for yourself?