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How Do Search Engines Work - URated SEO Article

05-Apr-2021

Search Engines are responsible for getting your website in front of prospective clients. Knowing that is half the battle to win the war on getting your information in front of prospective buyers before your competition does. The other half of the battle is knowing how these Search Engines work, what makes them tick, and what makes them generate the results they do. Search Engines can be broken down into two categories, the primary is a bot or a spider, appropriately named as they crawl your website. The second is a human-controlled web directory. Search Engines use spiders to index websites. once you submit your website pages to a search engine by completing their required submission page, the program spider will index your entire site. A ‘spider’ is an automatic program that's pass by the program system. A spider visits an online site, reads the content on the actual site, the site's Meta tags, and also follows the links that the situation connects. Then after amassing this information, the spider then formulates all this information in readable files in a central depository, where it is then deciphered and indexed. During this time the spider will also every link you have on your websites, good-bad, dead or alive, and then index those too. Some spiders will only index a selected number of pages on your site, so don’t create a site with 500 pages! The spider will periodically return to the sites to ascertain any information that has changed. The frequency with which this happens is set by the moderators of the program. A spider is almost sort of a book where it contains the table of contents, the actual content, and thus the links and references for all the websites it finds during its search, and it's getting to index up to 1,000,000 pages every day. Example: Excite, Lycos, AltaVista, and Google. When you ask a search engine to locate information, it's actually searching through the index which it's created and not actually searching the web. Different programs produce different rankings because not every program uses the same algorithm to see through the indices. One of the items that an inquiry engine algorithm scans for is that the frequency and site of keywords on a web page, but it also can detect artificial keyword stuffing or spamdexing. Then the algorithms analyze the way that page links to other pages online. By checking how pages link to each other, an engine can both determine what a page is about if the keywords of the linked pages are almost just like the keywords on the first page.

05-Apr-2021 How Do Search Engines Work - URated SEO Article
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How Do Search Engines Work - URated SEO Article

Search Engines are responsible for getting your website in front of prospective clients. Knowing that is half the battle to win the war on getting your information in front of prospective buyers before your competition does. The other half of the battle is knowing how these Search Engines work, what makes them tick, and what makes them generate the results they do.

Search Engines can be broken down into two categories, the primary is a bot or a spider, appropriately named as they crawl your website. The second is a human-controlled web directory.

Search Engines use spiders to index websites. once you submit your website pages to a search engine by completing their required submission page, the program spider will index your entire site. A ‘spider’ is an automatic program that's pass by the program system. A spider visits an online site, reads the content on the actual site, the site's Meta tags, and also follows the links that the situation connects. Then after amassing this information, the spider then formulates all this information in readable files in a central depository, where it is then deciphered and indexed. During this time the spider will also every link you have on your websites, good-bad, dead or alive, and then index those too. Some spiders will only index a selected number of pages on your site, so don’t create a site with 500 pages!

The spider will periodically return to the sites to ascertain any information that has changed. The frequency with which this happens is set by the moderators of the program.

A spider is almost sort of a book where it contains the table of contents, the actual content, and thus the links and references for all the websites it finds during its search, and it's getting to index up to 1,000,000 pages every day.

Example: Excite, Lycos, AltaVista, and Google.

When you ask a search engine to locate information, it's actually searching through the index which it's created and not actually searching the web. Different programs produce different rankings because not every program uses the same algorithm to see through the indices.

One of the items that an inquiry engine algorithm scans for is that the frequency and site of keywords on a web page, but it also can detect artificial keyword stuffing or spamdexing. Then the algorithms analyze the way that page links to other pages online. By checking how pages link to each other, an engine can both determine what a page is about if the keywords of the linked pages are almost just like the keywords on the first page.

John URated

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