70 Examples of Site Search Boxes in Google Results Page
Yesterday, Google announced the launch of their new site search box, which may appear on the first page of search results. Typing your queries in this new box means you are asking Google to show only results from this particular site.
For example, if you are looking for a good article about Obama but you want the write-up to come from The New York Times website, you can search for “New York Times” in Google.com. Then, in the search results, you’ll found this new box along with the links to nytimes.com. Instead of going to the New York Times’ homepage and search the article there, you can just use the new search box. Just type in “Obama” in this new site search box, and Google will find relevant articles for you only from nytimes.com.
After going through all the Top 500 sites in Alexa.com and trying all popular sites I can think of, I found 70 sites where we can use the site search box with the Google search results page.
3. The New York Times
4. Discovery Channel
5. National Geographic
6. Time Magazine
7. Business Week
8. U.S. News & World Report
9. Washington Post
10. PC Magazine
11. How Stuff Works
12. Britannica Concise
Universities (most universities have the box)
Social Networking Sites/Community
Sites that are not published in English