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Creates a Google search link for the supplied term. By default, the search link is for the name of the page it is put on, if no term is present.


Type this To get this What it searches for
{{subst:google}} Google Pages with the phrase "Google", because the name of this page that you are reading is "Template:Google"
{{subst:google|Godzilla}} Godzilla Pages with the term "Godzilla".
{{subst:google|Godzilla Rodan}} Godzilla Rodan Pages which contain "Godzilla" and "Rodan".
{{subst:google|"Godzilla Movie"}} "Godzilla Movie" Pages with the phrase "Godzilla Movie".

Using the Google template can be better than using the Google: interwiki link prefix, because with the template you can separate multiple search keywords with spaces, whereas with the interwiki link prefix you have to type   for a space to get the search to work right. Compare the wikitext source for the following links:

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