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thats pretty cool, are there written documents on how you can do that? or is it in the web dev. script (html, javascript etc.)

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Using Google's (non-API) version is incredibly easy to implement and you get money when searchers click on sponsored links. When using the API version, none of the sponsored links show up (and until recently, google prohibited displaying AdSense on search result pages.) Of course you need programming experience to use the API version. But aside from that, one of the main reasons I don't use it here is because Google restricts you to a maximum number of searches per day, which isn't always practical with largescale sites.

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I remember reading that Google's API restricted you to a maximum number of searches per day. Is this true? How limiting is Google's API, exactly?

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you are limited to 1000 queries a day, and only 10 results per query...
however you can specify an offset like VSBrown did to display more results... another thing you could do if you wanted to get 50 or 100 results in 1 page is just put the code in a loop and get 10 results each time so you could put as many as you want on a page

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