It is my understanding you can run a zip code radius search on Google by using zipcode..zipcode (Zipcode numbers and no quotes, parenthesis needed).  Is this correct?  If not, can anyone offer suggestions?


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Hi Julie,

Google does not specifically understand 5 digit numbers as zip codes. You can however leverage the Google Numrange search functionality. In order to target a zip code using this method you'll simply have to include the state or city so that the search can make a connection.

Just take note that the Google Numrange search is run in sequential order. So if you were online searching for a new jacket and you wanted to be between $40 and $50 you could search

"Spring Jacket" (Philadelphia | "King of Prussia") $40..$50  See the results here

Here is a recruiting example:

19087..19111 (PA | Philadelphia) "Design Engineer" (intitle:resume | inurl:resume) -job -jobs -sample -samples -example See the results here

Learn more about Google Numrange search here

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