You can greatly narrow down your search
results with the
NOT operator. If you get too many responses, try adding NOT clauses using keywords
from the sites you don't want to be returned. You can add more NOT
if you need to screen out more sites.
However, remember that most search engines
implement the NOT operator as a minus sign, so that for example if you want
to say "NOT
keyword" you need to type "-keyword". For example, the following
search will block any page that contains the
words "art", "car", or "auto", maximizing the
chances that the pages returned will be about live mustang horses.
AND mustang AND -art AND -car AND -auto
If you are getting a lot of irrelevant sites from the same Internet
you can filter them all at once with the URL
by adding the domain name
the NOT clause. For example, the
following search will
block any site with the word "motorcycle" in its URL.
AND mustang AND -art AND -car AND -auto and -inurl:motorcycle