After reading three Helpful Hints pages I built this search string for a Google Search in FireFox FWIW):
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allintext: 709-468-7370 breakfast or bed or room
The phone number is that of a Bed&Breakfast right here in Bonavista.
I expected that phone number alone to return me ONLY hits for the HarbourView Bed and Breakfast.
Breakfast/bed/room were just added terms to make me feel good.
"About 17 results (0.56 seconds)" seemed about right for me; these B&B have postings on several travel/vacation sites as well as Facebook et al..
The seventh or eight entries go off the rails (attached image).
How could/should I modify my search string so that the hits returned are exclusively the targeted phone number?
Assume in this case that whoever runs the B&B is not also the president of the Local Legion, nor runs an Electrical Contracting business on the side etc.
There are two reasons for wanting exclusive hits:-
(1) I could use the report on number-of-hits to qualify each search string (with a score of some sort)
(2) I would not need to add a parsing step to the returned results, that is, to examine each reported hit and drop hits which are NOT (in this case) B&B.
Thanks for any tips.
I have several candidate searches lined up, so any adjustment to the general search expression, I can test pretty quickly.