Google Genealogy: related Operator

Google GenealogyBy Barry J. Ewell

Use the “related:” operator for searches that are similar to a specific URL. Begin the query with “related:.” The Google search query can be written as follows:

  • related:<URL>

Make sure there is no space between “related:” and the following word. When you use this search operator, Google provides a sample of what it thinks are sites having related content. For example, find the websites that link to content from Genealogy by Barry blog.

  • related:genealogybybarry.com