Weirdly, it seems that by simply repeating words in the Google search box it will give more weight to them (or at least look for more instances of them on the page).
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So, you could try:
resize resize image image bookmarklet bookmarklet chrome
‘Google Hacks (2003 version)’ – see the section ‘Repetition matters’ – suggests that Google looks for at least the number of instances of a keyword that you supply.
Also, the order of words in the query makes a difference…
resize image bookmarklet chrome
chrome resize image bookmarklet
the latter seems to give more emphasis to ‘chrome’ in the results.
You would need to do an OR search:
(resize image bookmarklet chrome) OR (resize image bookmarklet)
This will return results with and without chrome that contains the other items listed.
Same goes for exclusion:
(Apple contact sync -iPhone) OR (Apple contact sync)
In what I was testing, and maybe it was just a coincidence, the pages that matched both of the OR’d statements make up higher. In effect, this will return results that DONT have chrome, but only after the ones that have chrome.
Doesn’t really look that way. Basic search help says that “Every word matters. Generally, all the words you put in the query will be used.” Nothing there or in More search help gives any indication that you can give more or less weight to any term beyond “always include” or “always exclude”.