When I'm searching for answers on Experts Exchange, I often use Google because it's built into my browser. To search only on Experts Exchange, I use the "site:" search operator, which can be cumbersome to type out each time I want to run a search. Fortunately, I have found an automated workaround that streamlines the process.
It involves setting up a simple browser shortcut (for Chrome and Firefox), that you can implement in less than a minute, allowing you to search experts-exchange.com with Google by typing "ee" (instead of a site operator) before your search query in the browser address bar. In this article, I will detail how to set up this shortcut for yourself.
The process for Chrome is to add a new search engine to the browser (video instructions here):
The process for Firefox is to add a dynamic bookmark to the browser (video instructions here):
The process for adding new Search Providers to Internet Explorer is currently broken (as of 4/14/2015). When IE is updated, I will update this article with the instructions.
Once you've completed the setup, it's very simple to search Experts Exchange now with Google. All you have to do is:
You will now only see results from experts-exchange.com
There you have it -- searching just Experts Exchange should be a much faster process. If you have any followup questions, post them as comments below.