Google is a short, 6-letter name. But its spread is getting bigger and bigger all over the world. So I say, people who use the internet but haven’t heard of Google can’t be found.
A day without the internet is currently inconceivable because of how much time we spend online every day. You may not be aware, though, that Google has made using the Internet much simpler for us. You can simply go to Google and type in your own topic to instantly find millions of pieces of information, saving you the trouble of having to search the internet for any information.
We’re always connected to any of Google’s services or products in today’s quick-paced technological world. Assume someone is using an Android phone, using Google for a search, and saving a file or image to Google’s cloud—all Google services.
A wide range of additional services is also provided by Google, all of which are free and available globally. Some of the primary services are listed below with their names:
- Google Search
- Google Translate
- Google Drive
- Google Photos
- Google Gmail
- Google Blogger
- Google Maps
- Google AdSense
- Google Meet
- Google Analytics
Google also has many other services that cannot be overstated. We will explain this in more detail later in today’s lesson. Our topic of discussion today is how Google Search works or what information Google presents to us when we do some search on Google and how.
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Google search works in three steps:
Google Search typically operates in three steps, though it occasionally operates differently. But thanks to Google’s fundamental algorithm, because of any person or piece of content can become instantly famous. Let’s find out, friends-
Google downloads text, pictures and videos from pages found on the Internet by Crawlers, an automated program. The program that does this is called Googlebot (Robot or Bot).
Googlebot uses an algorithmic process to determine which sites to crawl and how many pages to crawl from each website.
This process is called “URL discovery”. Some pages are known because Google has already visited them and new pages are discovered when Google enters a link from a familiar page to a new page. Google then sends that newly discovered URL to Googlebot to crawl.
The word index means table of contents. The next step in crawling information found on the Google Internet is Google Page Indexing. After indexing each link through this page indexing, Google stores it in its main and larger database.
In more detail, after crawling a page, Google tries to figure out what the page is about. This stage is called Google Indexing and involves reviewing and analyzing textual content and key content tags and attributes such as and Alt attributes, images, videos and more.
During the indexing process, Google searches another matter very seriously, whether one page is a copy of another page on the Internet. Google automatically lowers the page’s rating if the information is found in Google’s search, and this process is called Google Panda Penalty.
3. Serving search results:
Now we will discuss the last step “Serving search results”, when a Google user searches by typing a query, how Google provides relevant results to the user.
When Google indexes a data, it indexes it by hundreds of relevance. And when a user searches for a topic, it analyzes some of the topics relevant to it and provides the user with accurate results, such as its location, language and device (desktop or phone).
For example, if I type “Restaurant or Food” in Google from Bangladesh, the results will come to me. The reason is our geographical change.