URL parameters can be a Panda’s dream. If you’re worried about something like search sorts, filters, or pagination, and your site uses URL parameters to create those pages, then you can use “inurl:” plus the parameter name to track them down. Again, keep in mind that Google will look for that name anywhere in the URL, which can occasionally cause headaches. Pro Tip: Try out the example above, and you’ll notice that “inurl:ref” returns any URL with “ref” in it, not just traditional URL parameters. Be careful when searching for a parameter that is also a common word.