Search Engines In A Nutshell

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A very brief and simple explanation of how search engines work.

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  • 1.Search engines
    (in a nutshell)
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2. The world wide web is made up of pages
3. w
Squillions of pages
4. w
Search engines use web crawlers (or spiders) to trawl the world wide web looking at pages and indexing information on them such as headlines, titles, text and metadata
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5. Search engines storethe indexed information about web pages for later reference
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6. When we type keywords into a search engine
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(Key words)
7. the search engine looks through the indexed pages for our keywords
8. It singles out the pages that feature our keywords and has a closer look
9. It calculates how often and how prominently our keywords appear on each page

  • How many times keywords appear

10. Where keywords appear 11. Page title 12. A few more things

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